I get kinda scared criticising things these days: You're either unanimous, or on the losing side and getting flack for what you think*. What I want to say is: I really don't give a crap about Q or the dance game (the former because I'm kinda over my dungeon crawlers these days, or at least I haven't been "taken" with one in some time; and the latter because, even though they're fun, I suck ass at rhythm-titles), the only one that's got my attention is the one we know least about: P5.
Certainly the fact "Q" and "Dancing with the Persona-Stars" are spin-offs, and not particularly inspired ones at that, really makes this fly by my radar till maaaaybe some earth-shattering, (literally) game-changing news can change my mind otherwise.
I DO like that whole "give the game a chance!" approach, but the "Inner-Dice" is shouting back more something to the tune of: "YUP, YOU JUST KEEP MILKING IT ATLUS, MILK THAT PERSONA TEET DRY". I could also probably ramble on for hours about how irritated I get with some of the design decisions with respect to the Final Fantasy 13 saga and it's muddy plot, but I don't want Yggy getting salty on me**.
*On that note, I hate this whole fucking Disqus thing using Upvotes and Downvotes for this exact reason. If you actually, honestly, and truthfully mean to criticize something and not be a troll or complete dick about it (eg; you're not like "FUCKEN JRPGS AND THEIR WEIRD SHIT"), you will STILL get "downvoted" for mere differences in "excitement" and anticipation for a title. It feels more like a "fuck your opinion, it clashes with my interests!" even if a valid point is made.
** If it helps, one of my favorite series, the Star Ocean series, gets a lot of hell on this forum too. *shrug*