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Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection

Rating Summary

Based on 49 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

76

Top Critic Average

65%

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Based on 49 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Dec 4, 2018

Publisher: Atlus

Genre: Music

3 games in 1! Jam out to all your favorite Persona music with both Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight in an exclusive collector's box featuring character art by Shigenori Soejima. Also includes a digital download code for Persona 4: Dancing All Night for the PlayStation 4 - the only way to get P4D on PS4! Besides the three games (one digital) and hardcover artbook packaging, for a limited time Day One Editions of Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection come with everyone’s favorite pancake-loving detective, Goro Akechi! Akechi comes with the pulse-pounding Persona awakening theme of Persona 5 – Will Power. They also come with the gruff SEES member with a heart of gold, Shinjiro Aragaki! Shinjiro comes with the final boss theme of Persona 3 – Battle Hymn of the Soul. - Get the Club Velvet VIP Treatment with the Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection. - Jam out to all your favorite Persona music with both Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight in an exclusive collector's box featuring character art by Shigenori Soejima. - Also includes a digital download code for Persona 4: Dancing All Night for the PlayStation 4 - the only way to get P4D on PS4!

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If you miss your S.E.E.S. pals or Phantom Thieves buddies, then look no further than the boogie bliss of Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight. While it's a rhythm game still best suited for portable, if you're a fan of the Persona soundtracks, it's a sweet way to enjoy its excellent music all over again. Though without a story mode unlike its predecessor and a so-so rhythm game still at its core, both games end up feeling a little lesser, reserving these entries for only the most dedicated and eager of fans.

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$60 for both P3D and P5D would be at the upper limits of what I would pay, and that price for them individually is outrageous.

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Both games suffer from the same issues of small track-lists and bizarre character-locking, but if you're a fan of Persona, you'll still end up having a hell of a lot of fun.

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If you're aching to go dancing with your favorite Persona characters, Persona 4: Dancing All Night remains the best choice for now. If you want to listen to Persona 3 or Persona 5 songs instead, opt to borrow these games if possible instead of investing in them for now.

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