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Persona 5: Dancing In Starlight - PlayStation 4
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- Memorable Soundtrack - Return to the world of Persona 5 and relive cherished memories with the games' most memorable songs by Shoji Meguro, composed by Rota Kotuku, as well as all-new remixes by KAIEN, mite (Clemson), ☆Take Takahashi (m-flu / block.fm), Jazztronik and tofu beats! Unlock a total of 25 fan-favorite tracks!
- Dancing! Choose from several difficulty levels and dance alongside the members of The Phantom Thieves in a customizable rhythm game experience. Characters can tear up the dance floor with a partner by performing well during a song and entering “Fever” mode; try out some of your favorite character combinations!
- English and Japanese Voiceovers - Choose to listen to your favorite characters' voices in either English or Japanese with dual audio options!
- Social - In "Social," players can connect with their favorite characters and deepen their social bonds through conversations and mini-events. Fulfill character-specific conditions to unlock special events and unlock new items.
- Collect Costumes - Collect and equip a variety of costumes and accessories to create an even flashier dance experience.
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Persona 5: Dancing In Starlight - PlayStation 4
Meet The Characters:
- The main character (protagonist) of Persona 5. The spotlight shines on him and the rest of the Phantom Thieves! When he busts out his smooth moves.
- An honest girl who's part Japanese, part American. Her work as a model has prepared her well to strike extravagant, alluring poses!
- A former star of the track team with a reputation as a delinquent. His rockin' dance burns on the fuel of his heart! - The student council president, and adviser for the Phantom Thieves. By breaking out of the expectations society places on her, she is free to show off her powerful, martial arts-inspired dance moves!
- A handsome young man with an eye for the arts. His eccentricity sometimes goes over the heads of his peers, but the dance floor is a perfect opportunity for him to unleash his artistic vision!
- A mysterious being with a cat-like appearance. His unpredictable moves are sure to hype up the dance floor! - A skilled programmer who prefers to stay home in her room. No one else is quite like Futaba, boppin' around the dance floor with adorable charm!
- The sheltered and refined daughter of a rich CEO. Classical training in ballet has prepared her for a stunning performance!
The Phantom Thieves return for a new heist! Will they be able to steal your heart through dance in the mysterious Club Velvet? Don't miss this new rhythm game featuring the familiar characters from the hit, Persona 5! Day One Editions of Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight come with everyone's favorite pancake-loving detective, Gore Kechi! Kechi comes with the pulse-pounding Persona awakening theme of Persona 5 – Will Power.
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Fair Warning: This is game is mainly intended to people who have played the mainline Persona 5 as it references events that happen at the ending of said title. So, if you are someone who is interested in playing this game without playing Persona 5 -- do not get this game as the nice and quirky banter between characters may not stick with you as it will for people who have completed Persona 5 and may just leave you bored and confused with Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight. Also, if you have played Persona 5 and are on the fence on buying this Dancing game at full price -- wait for a sale. While Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight is a fun game I don't believe it is worth $60, but if you are itching for more content for the Phantom Thieves, then you probably already bought this game :)
- Great Rhythm based gameplay
- The Phantom Thief characters are all back and their interactions are still hella fun
- Voice Actors did a great job
- Sountrack is amazing
- No real story like Persona 4 Dancing All Night had
In the end though if you loved Persona 5 and even kinda like music games you should get this game just to see the characters again.
TBH, the story is a little strange, but the original story is strange too. I feel like it had an appropriate amount of songs for a game like this- it took me several hours to get through all the songs on easy mode, barely having to replay anything. There are conversations you have between your characters, and some of them did make me laugh out loud. It was a pleasant reminder of characters that I love, especially as a wait for P5 Royal to come out. I am still working through the other difficulty levels and the dialogue of the characters, but the game is so fun, it isn't going to take long.
I spent $30 on the game, and I think it is worth that price. I will probably continue to go back to it when I want an easy going break from other games.
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I would like to preface this review by stating that the Day One Edition is not worth your money unless you really love Pancake boy. Goro Akechi's add-on includes one song (on all 4 difficulties), plus he will have occasional small sets of dialogue while you are dancing to other songs. Outside of that, Akechi cannot dance along to other songs, has no support conversations, etc.
The gameplay is very welcoming to newcomers, including that of myself. The controls were responsive with options to adjust lag. I managed to get a good grasp of the concepts within a couple days to the point that the All Night difficulty became pretty easy. Even at that point, the game allows you to challenge yourself further by turning on a series of "Challenges" that rewards you with bonus points. Conversely, if you find the game to be too difficult, there are a series of "Support" options that forgive your mistakes with the penalty of a lowered score (keep in mind that "Support" and "Challenges" options are unlocked by completing certain criteria in the game). The gameplay is about 5 hours with an additional 5-7 hours of content for completionists (~11 hours cumulative). Personally it took me 11.5 hours to get all the trophies, from which I realized this game does not have its $80 CAD worth of content. Arguments such as "this is how it's always been" or "every penny will go towards the next Persona game" are not very helpful when Atlus is literally charging you the same amount for 11 hours of content vs. 100+ hours of contebt. P5D is by all means a good game, however I recommend you buy it after some price drops, rather than being purchased at its initial 79.99 price tag.
The song selection is great for the base game. Some good remixes here, some not so good remixes elsewhere, it's all up to what songs you do and don't like. Of course the game does include original mixes of P5 songs such as Price and Rivers in the Desert. There is a total of 25 tracks plus additional free and purchasable DLC tracks.
There is a good selection of visually appealing and joke costumes and accessories. This game heavily emphasizes on the fan service, such as giving Futaba gamer armour or Haru a short ponytail hairstyle. If you don't enjoy fan service, you are not obligated to play with the costumes or accessories (unless you want to complete a confidant's maximum Social). There is a good selection in the base game, but once again not enough to justify the 79.99 price tag.
Not much of story this time around, however you do have the ability to talk to your Confidants in the "Social" section (similar to Social Links from the main game). As you complete the game, your Confidants will have the ability to talk to you such that you may unlock more accessories or costumes. Despite what others have said, each character actually has 8 conversations, each one being unlocked from completing certain criteria such as achieving 1000 combos cumulatively. Social conversations are done in a more visual novel style, where you are given a first person view from the eyes of the protagonist (Ren) as you converse with your confidants and learn new information about them, information that wasn't included in the main game. Now, in my opinion the P5 game had more natural flow to its conversations, whereas P5D took a more "anime" approach, with less natural conversations and more unnatural/exaggerated facial expressions and reactions. Granted this isn't necessarily a bad aspect, as we do get some gems such as seeing Yusuke's laughing expression. However, it is ultimately up to the player as to whether they believe this different conversations style adds or retracts to the overall atmosphere of the game.
+ Fan service
+ Good song selection
+ Social conversations adding character facial expressions
+ Welcoming to all skill levels
+ Easy to pick and put down (not a large time dedication)
+ Fan service
+ Fan service
- Social conversations are sometime too unnatural/exaggerated
- Lack of content leaving it unworthy of 79.99 price tag (even with Akechi DLC for Day One edition)