By the end of Persona 5, Sae ends up turning in her prosecutor's badge. She now aims to become a defense attorney, with aspirations to help the innocently accused. It's a noble cause, and a game following her new occupation (perhaps in the vein of a certain Capcom series) would be a blast.
Ann's modeling aspirations go past the one year that Persona 5 takes place in, and it'd only make sense that she'd eventually come across another Japanese idol, Persona 4's Rise Kujikawa. A modeling game pitting the two characters as rivals (and eventually friends), could provide a fun way to make some of the most beloved Persona characters meet up. As far as mechanics go, the great Style Savvy games provide a base that could be expanded upon.
While not a technical showcase, Persona 5 still manages to be one of the best looking PlayStation 4 games. This is due to some amazing art direction, that left me impressed from start to finish. A mobile game starring Yusuke, where he teaches the player how to draw the game's iconic characters and enemies, could make for a really fun art lesson, and would even fit into the Persona 5 canon.
One of the highlights of Persona 5 is getting to learn the ins and outs of cooking curry and making coffee. It's clear that Sojiro knows his way around the kitchen, but what if Café Leblanc wasn't always so empty? A Diner Dash-style game where Sojiro would have to manage keeping customers happy, while also cooking food, could make for a fun mobile game. It would just have to take place in an alternate reality where people actually went to Leblanc.
Developer Arc System Works really hit it out of the park with Persona 4 Arena, their 2D fighting game adapatation of Atlus' popular RPG. A sequel adding in the cast of Persona 5 seems like a no-brainer. Plus it could allow players to settle the ultimate debate — Chie vs. Makoto.
One constant in the Persona series is that there's always fantastic music, and Persona 5 is no different in that regard. Thus it'd be great if another rhythm game was made in order for gamers to rock out to the excellent soundtrack. Judging by the RPG's opening movie, the Phantom Thieves have some wild dance moves to show off, so this is a natural fit.
Remote play is one of the PlayStation 4's coolest features, but getting to see Persona 5 played on Vita felt like one huge tease. The game seems like a perfect fit for portable play, and it only makes sense that a enhanced handheld version will be made at some point down the line. Whenever it does, I'll happily reunite the Phantom Thieves, and get back to stealing more hearts.
The police in Persona 5 have a difficult job tracking down the Phantom Thieves, but what would happen if Conan Edogawa was on the case? That's a dream scenario for some fans, and the beloved teenage detective isn't unfamiliar to crossover video games. This alternate timeline game could have players seeing both viewpoints, and alternate between playing sleuth and criminal.
If I learned one thing while playing Persona 5, it was that Sojiro is a certified ladykiller. While he still has plenty of charm when the game takes place (just look at that hat!), it'd be really fun to see Sojiro's past explored in a dating simulator. While he might not find Mrs. Right, I'm sure his adventurous ways led him into all kinds of hilarious situations in the past.
Near the end of Persona 5, Morgana ends up spending several months as a stray cat. What kind of mischief did he possibly get into during this time period? That's what one spin-off could explore, and I'd like to see it presented in the format of The Littlest Hobo, a Canadian television series that followed a helpful stray dog from town to town.