Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection
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Perhaps the best way to describe how infectious the cheer and simple fun in Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection is to reflect on how it stays with you after you put it down. Hours or days later, you’ll find yourself tapping your foot to a song you played, and rather than just leaving it at that, a temptation emerges. Why not just play it again? If only for five minutes at a time, that kind of staying power is a rarity in gaming, spin-off or no, and as far as rhythm games go, Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection combines two into one of the better, more accessible variants of the genre in recent memory.
Ultimately, Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection may seem like a dense package, but it’s actually surprisingly slight. These are passable rhythm games, at best, offering a few hours of great music and wholesome character moments. Unless you’re a huge fan of the series, there’s not much here for you.
The inclusion of P4D in the $99 Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection sweetens the deal somewhat, but it’s still a lot to ask for an unchanged port of P4D and two games that are sparse on substance. I really hope this isn’t an indicator of future business practice for Atlus, and this is a one-off miscalculation on their part.