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1.Persona 5 Royal

It may seem like the pitch for Jujutsu Kaisen, but Persona 5 Royal is about a group of students who use their extraordinary skills as manifestations in an effort to defeat evil.

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2.Dragon Ball FighterZ

Dragon Ball FighterZ, which is widely regarded as the most critically lauded game based on an anime licence, managed to be both a reputable competitive experience in the fighting game community.

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Even while the Persona series is extremely well-known in the West, it's not the only noteworthy Japanese video game series that centres around a group of high school students in peril.

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4.Cult of the Lamb

The recently launched management simulation and rogue-like game Cult of the Lamb from the creator Massive Monster focuses on letting the player build and expand a cult of devotees.

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5.Monster Prom

While Jujutsu Kaisen has plenty of suspense and action, it also has some humorous and romantic moments.

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6.Yakuza: Like A Dragon

Yakuza: Like A Dragon fits neatly into the notion that the Yakuza series as a whole is renowned for its blend of outrageous humour and very Japanese storylines. 

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The action beat 'em up game Sifu from developer Slocap may seem like an unusual pick at first, but it may become a fan of Jujutsu Kaisen's next favourite title.

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8.Persona 4 Golden

Few other series do a good job of capturing the scenario of a bunch of children attending a school and defeating evil, thus Persona 4 Golden, one of two Persona games on the list, does.