Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight are great Persona fanservice titles wrapped in a disappointing rhythm game.
The CloverWorks production team goes all out for the 26th episode of Persona 5 the Animation, with varying degrees of success
Episode 25 of Persona 5: The Animation does a good job of representing the best aspects of the current arc, while improving on it in notable ways.
Episode 24 of Persona 5: The Animation flips the script on a few familiar plot points to deliver a mostly satisfying episode.
Episode 23 of Persona 5: The Animation does a good job of setting up the next major arc, though it stumbles in a few key areas in the process.
Episode 22 of Persona 5: The Animation serves as another episode that tries to juggle multiple plotlines, with varying degrees of success
Episode 21 of Persona 5: The Animation is a serviceable episode with some clear improvements on the source material, but with rushed pacing as well.
Episode 20 of Persona 5: The Animation is a major improvement from last week, delivering an enjoyable and surprisingly touching episode.
Episode 19 of Persona 5: The Animation continues the anime’s descent into mediocrity, as it delivers one of its most underwhelming episodes yet.
Persona 5: The Animation’s episode 18 covers many of the game’s events, but rushes through them, weakening the overall experience.