serious question: why aren't there equivalents to the Persona games set in the United States? (e.g. epic turn-based RPGs about being a teenager set in the present day)

(just thinking about how I've played seemingly countless video games set in Tokyo but few if any games set in New York City. or *any* US city really, other than their apocalyptic versions in e.g. fallout)

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@aparrish because Lycaon is an idiot that won't finish that game she is making, because she always wants to make it perfect
but she wants to make it, so maybe follow her =P

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