Both games are available for free, but the publisher asks players to provide spoiler alerts for certain sections of the series, especially since Atlus has been particularly strict with live streaming requirements for Persona 5.
Persona 5's initial release included video content that was restricted to 90-minute segments. Anyone who streamed content after this date was at danger of losing an account.
The regulations of the time, after the game was re-released at the end of last year, still prohibited the broadcasting of story content at the end of the game. This does not apply to Persona 3 and 4, where streamers may show the entire game as long as spoiler warnings are enabled.
The author advises that when submitting narrative information, such as event moments, make sure that the information does not include story spoilers in order not to deprive other users of the fun.
Although many people will be familiar with them for the first time, this is certainly acceptable for games that originally were released in 2006 and 2008.
Persona 3 Portable and Persona 4 Golden are available on Xbox and PlayStation consoles, as well as PC and Nintendo Switch, as well as Game Pass on January 19.