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* ThatOneLevel: While the songs are fairly easy for the most part, you'll never hear anyone say they love playing any of the ending themes for the original games ([[VideoGame/Persona3 Brand New Days,]] and DownloadableContent songs [[VideoGame/Persona3 Memories of You]] and [[VideoGame/PersonaQShadowOfTheLabyrinth changing me]]) due to their [[MarathonLevel sheer length,]] (5:54, 6:09, and 6:01 respectively) and lack of interesting visuals, turning trying to get a King Crazy on any of them into hours of frustration.

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* ThatOneLevel: While the songs are fairly easy for the most part, you'll never hear anyone say they love playing any of the ending themes for the original games ([[VideoGame/Persona3 Brand New Days,]] and DownloadableContent songs [[VideoGame/Persona3 Memories of You]] and [[VideoGame/PersonaQShadowOfTheLabyrinth changing me]]) Changing Me]]) due to their [[MarathonLevel sheer length,]] (5:54, 6:09, and 6:01 respectively) and lack of interesting visuals, turning trying to get a King Crazy on any of them into hours of frustration.


* AuthorsSavingThrow: {{Flanderization}} in spin-off media has made Akihiko a very divisive character, particularly in ''VideoGame/Persona4ArenaUltimax''. The game downplays his flanderized traits, with one social rank having him dedicate more to his education rather than on his boxing.

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{{Flanderization}} in spin-off media has made Akihiko a very divisive character, particularly in ''VideoGame/Persona4ArenaUltimax''. The game downplays his flanderized traits, with one social rank having him dedicate more to his education rather than on his boxing.



* HilariousInHindsight: A stroll in ''VideoGame/PersonaQShadowOfTheLabyrinth'' has Junpei wanting to participate in a crossdressing pageant after finding out from the one that was held at [[VideoGame/Persona4 Yasogami High]] from Yosuke and Kanji. The boys are able to dress in drag in this game with Ken having two of them.

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A stroll in ''VideoGame/PersonaQShadowOfTheLabyrinth'' has Junpei wanting to participate in a crossdressing pageant after finding out from the one that was held at [[VideoGame/Persona4 Yasogami High]] from Yosuke and Kanji. The boys are able to dress in drag in this game with Ken having two of them.


** Many fans were surprised to see [[ButtMonkey Junpei]] be such a great dancer, along with having two great remixes for his dances. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlA2yiSwMd8 This video]] made by a professional dancer even states that he is among the best dancers outstripping even his leader, Makoto Yuuki, due to his control in speed and control in it.

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** Many fans were surprised to see [[ButtMonkey Junpei]] be such a great dancer, along with having two great remixes for his dances. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlA2yiSwMd8 This video]] made by a professional dancer even states that he is among the best dancers outstripping even his leader, Makoto Yuuki, due to his fast moves and amount of control in speed and control in it.he has over them.


* SugarWiki/AwesomeMoments: [[VideoGame/Persona4ArenaUltimax Sho]] will draw his swords on whoever his Fever Time partner is. Knowing [[AxCrazy him]], he's genuinely trying to cut them, which the cast's frantic reactions to this confirms. While most just dodge and run off, [[https://gfycat.com/ThatClosedFlycatcher Makoto remains nonchalant throughout,]] and refuses to let Sho intimidate him. By the end, Makoto walks off casually and leaves Sho to stew in frustration.
** Many fans were surprised to see [[ButtMonkey Junpei]] be such a great dancer, along with having two great remixes for his dances.

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[[VideoGame/Persona4ArenaUltimax Sho]] will draw his swords on whoever his Fever Time partner is. Knowing [[AxCrazy him]], he's genuinely trying to cut them, which the cast's frantic reactions to this confirms. While most just dodge and run off, [[https://gfycat.com/ThatClosedFlycatcher Makoto remains nonchalant throughout,]] and refuses to let Sho intimidate him. By the end, Makoto walks off casually and leaves Sho to stew in frustration.
** Many fans were surprised to see [[ButtMonkey Junpei]] be such a great dancer, along with having two great remixes for his dances. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlA2yiSwMd8 This video]] made by a professional dancer even states that he is among the best dancers outstripping even his leader, Makoto Yuuki, due to his control in speed and control in it.


* SpecialEffectsFailure: When Junpei wears his Christmas costume, which is a large bulbous snowman suit, his arms will constantly clip through the costume.

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When Junpei wears his Christmas costume, which is a large bulbous snowman suit, his arms will constantly clip through the costume.costume.
** The opening version of "Our Moment" and "Laser Beam" feature high quality cinematics that severely lag the game and thus make the notes harder to hit.

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** Elizabeth has more of her normal personality back, after ''VideoGame/PersonaQ'' turned her into a troll instead of being eager, yet ignorant, and causing mishaps through misunderstanding how things work. While she still has trolling as a personality trait, she also has moments where she misunderstands what things are meant to be used for, especially with Aigis' weaponry, which she suggests would be good as fireworks.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Quite a few fans of the original JRPG were and still continue to be really irked that the female protagonist from ''Portable'' wasn't added as a dancer despite the game using a lot of the songs that are available on her route only.


** The initial absence of Shinjiro, as well as the lack of Koromaru and several others among the game's lineup of playable characters led to ''many'' impassioned questions and battle cries from the fanbase, including "WHERE (THE FUCK) IS X?", "SHINJI OR WE RIOT!", and, in an extreme case of BlackComedy based on [[Memes/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona a pre-existing meme]], "DID YOU SEE THAT SHINJI?!" This was lessened when Shinjiro was announced for DLC in the third Persona Series livestream about it and ''[=P5D=]'', but still surprisingly prevalent for other characters.

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** The initial absence of Shinjiro, as well as the lack of Koromaru and several others among the game's lineup of playable characters led to ''many'' impassioned questions and battle cries from the fanbase, including "WHERE (THE FUCK) IS X?", "SHINJI OR WE RIOT!", and, in an extreme case of BlackComedy based on [[Memes/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona [[Memes/{{Persona}} a pre-existing meme]], "DID YOU SEE THAT SHINJI?!" This was lessened when Shinjiro was announced for DLC in the third Persona Series livestream about it and ''[=P5D=]'', but still surprisingly prevalent for other characters.

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** The fact that despite having comparatively less content (eg. the lack of story mode) than its [[VideoGame/Persona4DancingAllNight predecessor]], ''Dancing in Moonlight'' and ''Dancing in Starlight'' were sold separately as full-priced games. The fact that fan favorites such as Shinjiro, additional content such as new costumes and songs would be sold as paid DLC did not suit well with fans.

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* AuthorsSavingThrow: {{Flanderization}} in spin-off media has made Akihiko a very divisive character, particularly in ''VideoGame/Persona4ArenaUltimax''. The game downplays his flanderized traits, with one social rank having him dedicate more to his education rather than on his boxing.


** For people who noticed that how similar the Yuzu Tanikawa and the main protagonist character of ''VideoGame/DevilSurvivor'' look to Yukari and [=P3=]'s main hero may get a laugh out of the fact that the two have costumes based on the aforementioned duo.

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** For people who noticed that how similar the Yuzu Tanikawa and the main protagonist character of ''VideoGame/DevilSurvivor'' look to Yukari and [=P3=]'s main hero may get a laugh out of the fact that the two have costumes based on the aforementioned duo.

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** For people who noticed that how similar the Yuzu Tanikawa and the main protagonist character of ''VideoGame/DevilSurvivor'' look to Yukari and [=P3=]'s main hero may get a laugh out of the fact that the two have costumes based on the aforementioned duo.

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* SpecialEffectsFailure: When Junpei wears his Christmas costume, which is a large bulbous snowman suit, his arms will constantly clip through the costume.


* FandomRivalry: A small one between fans of this work and fans of ''VideoGame/Persona5'' and its [[VideoGame/Persona5DancingInStarlight version.]] As both works were developed at the same time, a VocalMinority accuses the other of sapping resources away from their preferred game. For example, fans of Dancing in Moonlight point out the repetitive stages of their own game, and fans of Dancing in Starlight point out their own game's lackluster remixes. Many fans, however, enjoy both.

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* FandomRivalry: A small one between fans of this work and fans of ''VideoGame/Persona5'' and its [[VideoGame/Persona5DancingInStarlight version.]] As both works were developed at the same time, a VocalMinority accuses the other of sapping resources away from their preferred game. For example, fans of Dancing ''Dancing in Moonlight Moonlight'' point out the repetitive stages of their own game, and fans of Dancing ''Dancing in Starlight Starlight'' point out their own game's lackluster remixes. Many fans, however, enjoy both.


* FandomRivalry: A small one between fans of this work and fans of ''VideoGame/Persona5'' and its [[VideoGame/Persona5DancingInStarlight version.]] As both works were developed at the same time, a VocalMinority accuses the other of zapping resources away from their preferred game. For example, fans of Dancing in Moonlight point out the repetitive stages of their own game, and fans of Dancing in Starlight point out their own game's lackluster remixes. Many fans, however, enjoy both.

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* FandomRivalry: A small one between fans of this work and fans of ''VideoGame/Persona5'' and its [[VideoGame/Persona5DancingInStarlight version.]] As both works were developed at the same time, a VocalMinority accuses the other of zapping sapping resources away from their preferred game. For example, fans of Dancing in Moonlight point out the repetitive stages of their own game, and fans of Dancing in Starlight point out their own game's lackluster remixes. Many fans, however, enjoy both.

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