You, who wish to safeguard the future, however limited it may be...sub-series, released for the Play Station 2 in 2006 for Japan, and in English in 2007.In Persona 2, the male protagonist, Tatsuya, can choose to date Lisa, Maya, Eikichi, or Jun depending on the specific dialogue choices that the player makes.If Tatsuya chooses Jun, they are able to have a positively portrayed homosexual romantic relationship that the other playable character don’t disapprove of.Fuuka is the second most annoying character in the game (besides Ken), and has "great" voice acting. Before that, I was firmly planted on the Yukari side.Mitsuru is not the most likable (Sheltered Rich Girl who fails on a social level? I never got close to maxing Yuko, so I will keep my mouth shut. However, during the course of her Social Link, Mitsuru displayed a side I found tender and charming. whatever) isn’t something most people would look at twice. But there something significant about it: it’s a mark of her identity.
Shin Megami Tensei: Persona is a JRPG series that has existed since 1996, but has only recently gained notable popularity through Persona 4.
Throughout It’s entirety, Persona has had a very high amount of homoeroticism.
Even though a lot of the eroticism could be portrayed as admiration, or pseudo-crushes, some of these are still notable.
Outwardly, she was strong and loyal to her responsiblities, but she was also naive and sweet when comfortable to let her guard down. Aigis is as relevant a character as any of those listed.
More so, considering how the story plays out and what follows, but she is missing from the list.