GameRevolution writes:

Atlus is not done pulling the Phantom Thieves through yet another adventure. Compared to other P5 offshoots like Strikers and Dancing in Starlight, Persona 5 Tactica hits closer to home. This time around, the familiar cast needs to fight through a grid-based tactical RPG, similar to the SMT: Devil Survivor series, in a new story that takes place between the second and third semesters of high school in the original Persona 5 timeline. The solid combat system, though limited to a three-person party, allows for a lot of finely-tuned strategy. However, the linear plot is tangential at best and focuses on characters who arent the Phantom Thieves.

Source: N4G PC Persona 5 Tactica Review | GameRevolution