Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection
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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.
$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.
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.
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.
Neither Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight nor Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight improve the formula of Persona 4: Dancing All Night, which does not impede us from going to have some good dances with their catchy songs and choreographies.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
For a not exactly popular price, Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection offers a significant level of entertainment for lovers of the genre and the ATLUS saga. Although the gameplay is a bit simplistic, the choreographic aspect always remain at a high level. Vivisecting the package you can see some naivety too, but overall - and focused on target audience - is a well-packaged collection.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Featuring a great value of three games in the package, the Persona Dancing Endless Night Collection is the best way to experience Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight. While a bit grindy later on, some killer tracks, entertaining gameplay, and a refreshing aesthetic, the games in this collection are chart-toppers.
Persona Dancing: Endless Nights Collection is an overpriced project with a lot of small and noticeable flaws, but a dance component in a combination with a great music and bright stylish graphics is really cool. If you are a fan of the series, be sure to try.
Review in Russian | Read full review
The Persona Dancing Endless Collection's price tag is the true shadow of this rhythm compilation. If you choose to do battle with your wallet, you'll be rewarded with a trio of rhythm games that are filled with style, remixed beats, and another chance to spend a few hours with those RPG party members you developed such deep social links within previous adventures.
If you are into stylish rhythm games with beautiful colours and characters, even as a non-Persona fan I think it is worth trying out. But if you are a Persona fan and you know you love the songs and characters, you should definitely give Persona Dancing a chance to steal your heart.