Persona 5's protagonist and Persona 3's protagonists don't have their canon names, when the Persona 4 protagonist uses his canon name why is that, I wonder. I can understand Persona 5's protagonist not having it, considering the fact he hasn't used the name Ren Amamiya outside of the Persona dancing games, the short manga, the anime and a couple of games that have had crossovers with persona, but even the crossovers, there's only a few that use Ren Amamiya. The Persona 3 protagonists though, I don't understand why they don't use their canon names, especially the male protagonist, in every crossover with the male protagonist of Persona 3 in it, he has been named Makoto Yuki and yeah the crossovers aren't canon, but when he is named in every single thing he's in aside from the manga as Makoto Yuki, it doesn't make since to not put that as the name instead of Persona 3 Protagonist or male protagonist. With the Persona 3 Female Protagonist, she's only ever had one name officially and that is Kotone Shiomi, and I get it, she's not as important of a character and is not as fleshed out as the male protagonist, but still having only had one name, which recently was used officially in the upcoming return of the crossover with Puzzle & Dragons. All in all I don't understand why Persona 3 Male protagonist isn't given the name Makoto Yuki, however the Persona 5 protagonist I can understand a little.