Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight is a rhythm game developed and published by Atlus that spins off from the Persona sub-series of the larger Megami Tensei franchise.
It features the cast of characters seen in the 2017 RPG Persona 5, and also uses remixed tracks from the game.
The combined sales of Persona 5, Persona 5 Royal, Persona 5 Strikers, and Persona 5 Dancing have hit the 9 million mark.
At last, Persona fans the world over get to spend some more time with Makoto.
While fans will still find these games enjoyable, there’s no denying that by almost every metric, they are demonstrably disappointing.
Now what games could Atlus announce at this concert?
Get your groove on, ahead of the games' launch next month.
Introducing you to SEES and the Phantom Thieves.
The poem of everyone’s pancakes.
That's one way to get both of these games at once.
Atlus announces that the western release of these games will be a bit earlier than expected.
They will be launching on PS4 and PS Vita. A new Vita game in 2019, imagine that.
As well as the file size for the PS4 port of Dancing All Night.
The poem of everyone's pancakes.
If your social links don't dance, well they're no social links of mine...
Although she was originally only a part of the cast of Persona 5, she will be available to play in both the upcoming rhythm games.
They're both excellent.
See your favourite characters jamming it to your favourite tunes.
Well, that’s... something, I suppose.
So much Shin Megami Tensei love!
Plus Aigis got a trailer for Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night as well.
Dancing with Makoto in VR, awww yeah.
I'm still waiting for the Makoto character trailer...
I'm just waiting for the Makoto Niijima trailer, tbh.
The screenshots showcase the different moves of a bunch of characters from both games the spin-offs are based on.
Persona 3 and Persona 5 spin offs here to take everyone's hearts.
Not a day goes by without me thinking about the way the world stopped mid motion...