Persona 5: Dancing In Starlight
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Content Rating: Teen
Face-to-face with enigmatic Velvet Room residents, the Phantom Thieves are forced to perform at a mysterious dance party. Test your rhythm based gameplay skills and steal some hearts on the dance floor!
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If you're looking for a Persona spin-off, Persona Q is a much better use of your time and money. Meanwhile, if you're looking for a rhythm game first and foremost, there are much better options for you to persue. Persona 3 and 5 Dancing aren't bad, but in today's rhythm games climate - they needed to offer a lot more to stand out from the crowd.
For any Persona fan, Dancing in Starlight is a solid entry. It gives you a chance to go back and experience more stories with the main characters, and it’s a nice change of pace from the RPGs and shooters releasing this fall. But it’s main gameplay mechanic - the actual rhythm gameplay - does get in its own way.
Those who simply love music rhythm games and haven’t got much experience with the Persona series, though, should probably just dip their toes in with Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight to test the water. And maybe wait for it to go on sale before they do so. Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight are both very good, but they don’t quite feel like they’re worth their asking price.