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Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection - PlayStation 4
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- Get the Club Velvet VIP Treatment with the Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection.
- 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.
- Also includes a digital download code for Persona 4: Dancing All Night for the PlayStation 4 - the only way to get P4D on PS4!
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3 games in 1! 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. Also includes a digital download code for Persona 4: Dancing All Night for the PlayStation 4 - the only way to get P4D on PS4!
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This lazily put together mess is just disappointing false advertising. No artist commentary, beta designs, or concept art simply just the official full body art (which is already available online in HD) not to mention the clunky layout of this “art book” where all the pages aren’t even the same length and you can’t even see the pages without them awkwardly sticking up (and creasing which ruins the pages) as well as the fact the disks are uncomfortably out in this case.
I am disappointed with Atlus USA and those involved of the production/marketing of the English release as both a loyal customer for years and a persona fan. This does not look good on them for allowing such laziness to be tolerated.
Eventually, I caved to that feeling and cancelled the pre-order, though my friend and neighbor did not. Today she received her copy, much to her disappointment. I'm not the type of person to say "I told you so"...at least not to her face. But I told her so.
1-The packaging is utterly abysmal compared to what Japan got. Theirs featured both games in their original, individual cases AND a large 4-disc soundtrack collection all packaged in a beautiful, shiny chipboard box. This? "Artbook" digipak packaging, with the "artbook" being something like 10-pages and the game discs STACKED onto a single digipak tray. The hell?
2-There's absolutely no story mode here. I didn't actually know this until today, but....unlike Persona 4 dancing, this has no story or campaign or anything of the sort. It's basically just an arcade dancing game.
3-The DLC is downright predatory. The game discs you purchase are less games, and more like playback devices devised to play all the DLC you buy. There's about $90 worth of DLC for each game. That's $180 on top of the $100 you just paid for.
Frankly, I'm getting kind of tired of having to give Atlus USA games a bad review. They've gone all-out with the greed, and their packaging and contents don't even remotely compare to their Japanese counterpart. The quality has been getting more and more abysmal too.
This.....this isn't really working out.
The Art book is where my main gripes are, it's not at all like it shows in the picture where it shows it having it's own standalone Front Cover and Back Cover art, it is instead fused with the game case to form that awkward "Art Book/Game Case" crap that I'm not a big fan of. Pretty damn deceptive if I do say so myself. Yes, The description of the Amazon Game page mentions something that hints to something along the lines of "Art Book Packaging", but still, I'm not very pleased with the way they promote this specific "Endless Night Collection".
Other than that this should be an amazing Game if you're into Persona. If you've played Persona 4: Dancing all Night then you know what you will get out of this (more or less). Have fun!
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Se queda muy abajo cuando lo comparamos a la versión japonesa la cual incluye un total de 6 DISCOS!! 4 de ellos son el soundtrack de los juegos 3 y 5 los cuales vienene en un bonito estuche para guardarlos. Cada disco de juego vienen en su caja INDIVIDUAL estándar de Playstation 4. Aunado a esto, incluye litografías y unos pequeños folletos con la lista de las canciones incluídas. El arte de los discos está mucho mejor elaborado con los personajes, mientras la versión americana incluye únicamente los logos de cada versión.
Todo dentro de una colorida caja con colores metálicos que de verdad lo vuelven un paquete especial. Imaginaba que Atlus reduciría el impacto de la versión cuando llegara a USA pero no tanto!! El único motivo por el cual me vería forzado a mantener esta versión inferior es por el idioma de las voces, ya que como fan de los juegos de Persona, estoy acostumbrado a la personalidad de cada uno de ellos, pero la decisión es complicada, cuando se toma en cuenta que este articulo en este momento cuesta $2,000 pesos VS $1300 de la versión japonesa que he descrito a detalle.
Aunado a todo, acabo de ver un ENORME LISTADO de FIRST DAY DLC que Atlus va a publicar entre los que se incluye un season pass, paquetes de canciones y paquetes de personajes y cosméticos para ambos juegos, para un total de $80 dólares extra!! En verdad me estoy cuestionando seriamente si valió la pena mi compra de $100 dólares, creo que a lo mucho este juego deberia de costar $1,200 pesos. Me deja algo insatisfecho mi compra.
No creo que sea justo comprar esta versión con la asiática ya que en ningun momento se dice que sea una edición especial o limitada, simplemente es un bundle con los 3 juegos.
The games are colorful, and have some great remixes of well known songs from the series. It can seem very chaotic and difficult to understand at first glance, but the tutorial, and practicing on easy mode consistently for a few songs I found was good enough to help me master the basics.
Don't buy this for its "collectability," the art book isnt anything impressive, it's attached to the case and is similar to a small guide book with just a few character profiles (without the descriptions, just with a small page of art). but considering the cost to buy these 3 games separately, I found the price worth it anyway.
Overall I'm happy with my purchase, the songs from this series have always been fun and catchy. I like the different difficulty modes so you can just chill with some music in easy mode, or have a real challenge if in the mood for it. I've easily put an hour or two I to Dancing in Starlight every night since I bought it Haha.
In summary: if you like rhythm games, you'll like these.