Based on the Japanese releases of Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight and Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight, we always knew both games were gonna get a lot of downloadable content, but seeing it all listed with its Western pricing is enough to make our eyes water.

Okay, so here's a rough outline of all the DLC. There's one 'Song Season Pass' that gets you a load of songs for both games, and it costs €24.99. On top of that, each game has a 'Costume Season Pass', priced at €19.99 each. Then there's a fourth season pass which deals with accessories that covers both games, and that's another €19.99.

All together, that's roughly €85 for the four season passes -- more than it costs to buy the two games separately at most retailers. It's just below the price of the digital bundle that includes both games on the PlayStation Store.

And it's worth pointing out that you don't have to buy everything via the season passes -- it can all be bought separately, but obviously that'll cost you even more. Oh, and if you do buy any DLC, you also have to keep in mind that none of it carries over between the PS4 and PS Vita versions of the games.

What do you think of huge DLC lineups like this? Question whether you really need those accessories in the comments section below.

[via gematsu.com]