By Steve Baltimore / February 13th, 2019
Best Music Game
Editor’s Note: There are no previous winners listed since this was not a category we voted on last year.
Since we added some genre categories to the awards this year, oprainfall now has a Best Music Game Award. This award goes to the game based around rhythm or music theme. The field for this was pretty light according to our staff. At least all of them seemed to only play one game in this field this year, and that title was…
Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection
NA Release Date: December 4th, 2018
Platform(s): PlayStation 4
This collection consisted of Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight, Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight and even a remaster of Persona 4: Dancing All Night. We have a lot of fans of the Persona series on staff here, so this was no shock at all. You finally got to see your favorite characters from Persona 3 and Persona 5 take the stage to solve their own “incident” through dancing. While these games may have been lighter on story, both featured some of the best tracks from their respective games and some great remixes as well. The dancing was a step up from the previous Persona 4: Dancing All Night as well, or it’s just that Fuuka dancing was such a treasure that it made it all seem better!
At any rate, getting three great games in one collection with some of the best music in the franchise and a solid rhythm game to back it all up made this an easy choice for our Best Music Game of 2018.
Thanks to Brandon and Brodie for the awesome Featured Images
2018 oprainfall AwardsBest Music GamePersona 3: Dancing in MoonlightPersona 4: Dancing All NightPersona 5: Dancing in StarlightPersona Dancing: Endless Night CollectionPlayStation 4