Insert Coin's New Persona 5 Clothing Range is Here

And they ship to the US!

News by Hirun Cryer, .

Looking for some Persona 5 merch? Then look no further, for Insert Coin's new Persona 5 range has just launched, and they can be shipped stateside.

There are five new designs out right now over on Insert Coin, with more to come at some point in the future. Check out the range just below, which are inspired by Ryuji, Morgana, Futaba, and Shujin Academy.

For us, the jacket just above is the pick of the bunch. We don't yet know when Insert Coin will be launching new Persona 5 items, but in an official press release the retailer said that more products are "due to launch over the coming weeks and months".

Yes, Insert Coin is a UK-based retailer, but orders can be shipped to the US for just a little bit extra. The flat international shipping fee to the US is $15, but we should note that orders could incur customs fees when arriving in the states.

As for the future of Persona 5, the Dancing Star Night spin-off game is out in Japan right now, and is due to come to the West in early 2019. There's also a Persona 5 anime adaptation airing every Saturday on Crunchyroll right now, which is roughly halfway through its 24-episode run.

No design for the best girl (sad face).

We'll make sure to report on any new Persona 5 items whenever Insert Coin reveals anything new. If you're playing Persona 5 right now and you need a helping hand on some of the end of term exams, check out our Persona 5 test answers guide.

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  • Avatar for The-Challenger #1 The-Challenger 9 days ago
    "No Mo' Rules", is this one of the lines people found to be poorly translated?
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  • Avatar for nimzy #2 nimzy 9 days ago

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  • Avatar for NotCarolKaye #3 NotCarolKaye 8 days ago



    They've got the Persona 5 license. They could have shirts with Soejima portrait art, but they do.....
    .....instead? What assholes. I hate them!!
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  • Avatar for discohospital #4 discohospital 8 days ago
    Honestly, the western P5 merchandising efforts have done little to shake the long-standing rule that Japan evidently puts a lot more effort and care into the promotional art and merchandising for its own games. It is, however, worth noting that the "No Mo' Rules" shirt is a straight replica of one of Ryuji's shirts in the game, although this had already been done by COSPA in Japan, and the JLMK shirt has been done by a Japanese brand called WEGO with the striped undershirt seen in the game layered under it (which makes the difference between "t-shirt with letters" and recognizably Persona 5, I'd say). There's just not much attention to detail in any of what I've seen. Look at the cover of the Japanese P5 artbook vs Prima Games' slapdash one, for example. At least these days western publishers less frequently feel the need to substitute half-assed, lowest common denominator-appeal cover art on the games themselves.Edited 2 weeks ago by discohospital
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