After being extremely well received by critics (have you already read our review?), Persona 5 is now available on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, and many players are already struggling with the adventures of the Phantom Thieves.
If, however, you want to livestream the game, there are some important rules to follow, as suggested in a detailed post on Atlus' official blog. To prevent spoilers circulating around, details that might compromise the player experience, the studio has decided to limit video content through to the in-game date of 7/7.
In this regard, Atlus is quite severe: "If you decide to stream past 7/7 (I HIGHLY RECOMMEND NOT DOING THIS, YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED), you do so at the risk of being issued a content ID claim or worse, a channel strike/account suspension".
So, if you want to stream Persona 5, we strongly recommend you stick to these rules to prevent your account from being suspended or even banned. There are other rules on more general video content, which you can read below:
You can post however many additional videos you'd like, but please limit each to be at most 90 minutes long.
No major story spoilers, and I'll leave that up to your good judgment. If you need some guidelines, avoid showing/spoiling the ending segments of the first three palaces. While you can show initial interactions with Yusuke, avoid his awakening scene, and that whole deal about THE painting. Also, don't post anything about a certain student investigator.
I know I mentioned not showing the end of each palace, but you can grab footage from the Kamoshida boss fight. However, don't capture video from the other major boss fights.
Must not focus solely on cutscenes/animated scenes, should prominently feature dungeon crawling/spending time in Tokyo.
You can post straight gameplay or have commentary.
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