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RobotsFightingDinosaurs — Nov 27, 2018
Persona 3: Dancing In Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing Star Night have no excuses. Despite the flash, they are both bare-bones experiences, and it's clear that the team couldn't bottle the same lightning they had for Persona 4: Dancing All Night. It's a shame, because bringing these games West was a pretty big deal for Atlus, riding on the massive success of Persona 5, and if the games under-perform, it doesn't bode well for a possible Persona 6 dancing game.
Cody Gravelle — Nov 27, 2018
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.
Jason Faulkner — Nov 27, 2018
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.
Dan Hodges — Nov 25, 2018
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.
A.J. Maciejewski — Dec 05, 2018
I also want to discuss the quality of the music. Whereas the tracks in Persona 4: Dancing All Night are fantastic, these other 2 games contain some pretty lame remixes that simply don't live up to the original versions. This is especially true in Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight as I felt they butchered many of the tunes.
Stephanie Sung — Nov 27, 2018
Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection has three games in one, making it perfect if you are craving a new challenge with familiar songs and characters. Day One edition will also include Shinjiro (Persona 3) and Akechi (Persona 5), so that’s always exciting to have more people on your team. 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.
Stefan Briesenick — Dec 03, 2018
One must admittedly be a hardcore fan of the series to play the games because of their short stories, and the small snippets are largely superficial (which to some extent is due to the characters), wistful, and filled with all sorts of references. So it's a lazy niche title that, despite its weaknesses, could well make fans of the series happy. However, those who don't know anything about Persona will probably not get much out of them.
Az Elias — Dec 02, 2018
At $99.99, this is a hefty sum for the only way to get Persona 4 Dancing on PS4, but considering the entire package as a whole, the three rhythm games do provide a good deal of content...even if the entire track selection and remixes aren't top tier. There is some good stuff here if you can deal with the poorly-designed gameplay interface, but only the most enthusiastic of Persona fans will want to fork out for this collection.
Timothy Nunes — Nov 27, 2018
Persona Dancing: Endless Night spotlights the interstellar soundtracks from the last three Persona entries. Payoff is limited here, since these are side stories, but strong writing and interesting concepts accentuate the rhythm experience wonderfully. This collection, and each of its individual games, is meant for anyone looking for a great rhythm game that features fantastic music.
PEDRO CANO — Nov 27, 2018
Persona 5 Dancing in Starlight y Persona 3 Dancing in Moonlight abandonan territorio nipón para tratar de conquistar el resto de regiones y, aunque copian la exitosa fórmula de Persona 4 Dancing All Night, no la mejoran, es más, la simplifican y devalúan. Ambos son juegos que prometen horas de diversión con temas pegadizos y coreografías que ya quisiera el galán de Tony Manero, pero sin aportar nada nuevo al género.
Biagio Etna — Nov 27, 2018
A fronte di un esborso non proprio economico, Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection offre un livello di intrattenimento notevole per gli amanti del genere e della saga di ATLUS. Nonostante il gameplay si riveli alla lunga un po' semplicistico, l'aspetto coreografico e il coinvolgimento rimangono sempre su altissimi livelli. Vivisezionando l'intero pacchetto si può ravvisare qualche ingenuità di troppo, ma nell'insieme - e inquadrato il target di riferimento - risulta una raccolta appetibile e ben confezionata.