The lack of any true narrative makes Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight feel like half of a complete game. The half it presents is done quite nicely.
Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight
Persona 3 and 5 follow Persona 4 in getting a rhythm game spin-off. No, they’re not RPGs but we’re covering them anyway!
Starting off as a Shin Megami Tensei spin-off, Atlus’s Persona series has become the developer’s most popular. RPGamer’s latest Where to Start? feature returns to give a thorough introduction to the series.
It’s time for way too many people to get on a Skype call and debate the following. How much is Wheels is wrong? What decade will the Final Fantasy VII remake will come out? And most importantly, what did we do to deserve Metal Max Xeno and The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2?
Atlus invites players to grab their controllers and don their favorite Morgana hats – it’s time to party like it’s 2007. Or 2017. Whichever you prefer, Atlus has a host of add-ons to enhance your rhythm game experience.
The record isn’t quite ready to drop, but Atlus is releasing some singles ahead of the pair of Persona Dancing titles. PlayStation 4 owners can jam to them now.
The members of SEES and the Phantom Thieves showcase their moves in the latest English trailers for Persona’s upcoming rhythm spin-offs. RPGamers will be able to dance in moonlight and starlight with them this December.
Atlus announced that Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight have Day One Editions. Pre-order bonuses, pricing, and dates are all included.
Persona 3 and Persona 5’s rhythm spin-offs are releasing in 2018 after all. The two games are coming in December, along with a bundle that also includes Persona 4: Dancing All Night.
Atlus held a livestream at E3 in Los Angeles, where it demonstrated gameplay from Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight. The forty-minute video features plenty of gameplay and discussion of its features.
Atlus has confirmed that the latest Persona rhythm spin-offs are indeed coming to North America and Europe. The casts of Persona 3 and 5 will be Dancing in Moonlight and Starlight early next year.
There are always those people who show up late to the party. The duo of Persona dancing titles have not quite found their release in Japan yet and already four DLC characters are getting their own introductions.
Now that all the guests have arrived, its time for the hosts to enter the scene for their respective parties. With all the characters now outlined, its time to play the waiting game.
With just over a month to go until the Japanese premiere, the two dancing titles have shown off their animated openings leading the charge. Some info on DLC costumes has also been announced.
The Japan release date for the pair of dancing Persona titles marches closer with a host of new videos. Hopefully at some point some localized releases get confirmed.
The Persona dance party is getting more and more crowded as each game’s attendants join the roster. A short trailer also gives a look at the VR mode and future DLC characters.
Another six characters star in their own short trailers for the upcoming Persona-themed rhythm games. Let’s hope that news of an English release arrive soon.
Ready to dance? Atlus has a handful of character trailers for the two upcoming Persona spinoffs. PlayStation 4 versions will also be receiving an additional mode as well.
RPGamer once again pushes the boundaries of its coverage for Persona’s newest spin-offs. Atlus recently revealed more details and screenshots for Persona 3 and Persona 5’s upcoming rhythm games.