It’s well known by now that we’re rather large fans of rhythm games in the office, so we jumped at the chance to review the Persona: Endless Night Collection recently. We didn’t only do that though, sitting down before the launch of the collection to play through some songs of each game, giving our thoughts on the tracks and aesthetic of each one.
For those unaware, the Persona series began with Revelations: Persona for the Playstation in 1996, following the high school students from St. Hermelin High, who are forced to confront an outbreak of demons in their hometown. It has since gone on to become a phenomenally popular series, with the last main title Persona 5 arriving in 2017 worldwide and garnering considerable critical and commercial success. The Persona: Endless Night Collection comprises of three spin-off titles taking the characters of the third, fourth and fifth numbered titles into a rhythm setting in which they have to dance to succeed.
Come and join us as we enter the dream world of Club Velvet and generally chat about the games (and more than touch on the topic of the series in general) in our stream from November 30th 2018.
We stream regularly on our Twitch channel every Tuesday and Friday at 3pm BST! Tuesdays will always be a series, of which we are currently playing the iconic Killer7, and Fridays will always be something new and tasty! Come and join us for the fun as we show how good (and how bad) we are at games!
Have you had a chance to play Persona: Endless Night Collection, or the individual titles? Have you got any King Crazy ratings yet? Let us know in the comments, or on Twitter, and check back for more fighting games and other Japanese titles too!
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