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  • Summary: 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.
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 11 out of 18
  2. Negative: 0 out of 18
  1. 90
    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.
  2. Nov 27, 2018
    80
    It's actually really hard to pick between the two which might be a better game, but for me, that Last Surprise remix in Dancing in Starlight really steals the show.
  3. Nov 28, 2018
    80
    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.
  4. Nov 27, 2018
    76
    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.
  5. Dec 17, 2018
    74
    If you are interested in the dancing adventure of the Persona crews, get the collection. Not only is it cheaper, it is also the only chance for you to play the still superior Persona 4 Dancing on PS4.
  6. Nov 27, 2018
    70
    Anyone looking for a challenging rhythm game would do well to approach any incarnation of the Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA series.
  7. Nov 27, 2018
    50
    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.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 6
  2. Negative: 0 out of 6
  1. Dec 4, 2018
    10
    Having a lot of fun with it, an excellent deal for all 3 games for $99.99 and something any persona fan should look into getting
  2. Dec 6, 2018
    10
    10/10 for Persona fans, 8/10 for other players (other rythmic games fans).
    Pros:
    - gameplay is master piece - AMAZING soundtrack (for me
    10/10 for Persona fans, 8/10 for other players (other rythmic games fans).
    Pros:
    - gameplay is master piece
    - AMAZING soundtrack (for me the best soundtrack is in ... P4D, and genius intro)
    - gorgeus graphic, 60 fps Full HD very smooth animations
    - very good choreography and adorable cast (my favorite is Rise)
    - that Kanji moves, and Rise flopping in intro P4D maked me laugh :D
    - easy to learn, hard to master
    - difficulty is very flexible, easy/normal is very good for beginners, but hard and ALL NIGHT difficulty is a nice challenge for experienced players (especialy if u aiming for KING CRAZY rank)
    - u can customize ur dancers (uniforms, accesories, hair styles and so on)
    - u can also customize your track from support/challenge mods, example: change notes speed, increase bonus points from FEVER, add mirror notes, or good notes can't brake your combo. Good option when u aim for higher score (challlenge mods) or if u have trouble with clear some track (support mods). Challenge mods give u more score, but support mods decrease. Simple.
    - stages from Persona's games
    - soundrack and artbook from collector editor
    - fun social links
    - voice acting is awesome, ENGLISH or JAPANESE (also in P4D! )
    - bonus Goro Akechi and Shinjiro Aragaki DLC
    Coins:
    - overpriced game, 60$ is to much for P3D or P5D, that games should be in bundle double pack for max. 60$, or 30$ per game. Same mistake SEGA did with Valkyria Chronicles 4 (60$ for low budget game, really). If u are not fan Persona wait few months for sale, or buy Endless Night Collection for 100$ (is better choice)
    - lack off content, only 25 songs +2 unlockable per game (with 3 games = 75 songs + unlockables)
    - overpriced DLC, season pass + DLC costs more than single game (again same mistake SEGA did with Valkyria Chronicles 4 DLC's)
    - some voice actors are changed, Junpei english voice is strange
    - no story mode in P3D/P5D (P4D got)
    - P4D included only in 100$ Endless Night Collection, u can't buy that game separately (PS4 version),detriment P4D is my favorite
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  3. Dec 4, 2018
    10
    A collection consisting of 3 games: Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight, Persona 4: Dancing All Night, and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight. HighlyA collection consisting of 3 games: Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight, Persona 4: Dancing All Night, and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight. Highly recommend Expand
  4. Dec 4, 2018
    10
    really fun time seeing the cast of all the games again and the music is really good
  5. Dec 5, 2018
    9
    It should be noted that someone is exploiting the user score. The number of negatives on all Persona games has been steadily rising by theIt should be noted that someone is exploiting the user score. The number of negatives on all Persona games has been steadily rising by the same amount, same pace. Over 100 negatives were added to P5 overnight even though it's older. Metacritic has been alerted but apparently they don't care. Just goes to show you shouldn't place any faith in user scores (big surprise) because some children use bots and dupe accounts to sway the number. Expand
  6. Dec 17, 2018
    6
    The Persona Endless Night Collection is an idea that should have been great but has been questionably executed. I will start by saying theThe Persona Endless Night Collection is an idea that should have been great but has been questionably executed. I will start by saying the best part of this deal is getting three games for $100, and Persona 4:Dancing All Night is a great spin-off game, and how P3D and P5D SHOULD have been done. The first problem is the packaging, the two physical games and download code come in one case that only has a single disc slot with the two discs stacked on top of each other. For a Collectors Edition, they should have had separate slots for the two discs at the very least, the art book okay I suppose. Not good or terrible, just okay. Persona 3 and 5 Dancing feel like they were rushed compared to Persona 4 Dancing. There is no real story mode in these two games and they are both lacking in tracks compared to P4D. Both games are well animated and they brought back their original voice actors (not including P4D, which for some reason replaced Rise's voice actor. I'm guessing Laura Bailey was busy when Atlus was creating the game?) but the worst practice for all of these games is the insulting DLC. There is over $80 worth of DLC for P3D and P5D, most of which is costume packs that should have been in the game to increase the content and additional songs that are either insulting that they aren't included in the game (seriously, how are you going to make P5D and cut out Beneath the Mask?) or not worth your money because they are only the intro's of the songs (really Atlus, 0.99 for the first 30 seconds of Shadow World? Mmk). If you bought the DLC for P4D already on the Vita, I have bad news for you; It doesn't carry over. There is certainly fun to be had with this collection since you can never go wrong with the amazing soundtrack from Persona games, just make sure to skip the DLC if you decide to get it. Expand