Persona 4: Dancing All Night

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Persona 4: Dancing All Night is a 2015 rhythm game for the PlayStation Vita, and a spin-off of Persona 4 from the Persona series. It was developed by Dingo[a], published by Atlus, and released on June 25, 2015 in Japan, and subsequently on September 29 in North America and on November 6 in Europe that same year. The game was ported to the PlayStation 4 and released on May 24, 2018 in Japan, followed by a worldwide release in all other regions on December 4, 2018.

Blurb

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English

TUNE IN, TURN ON, and GET DOWN!!!

Pop idols go missing when the Midnight Stage opens... only Rise, Yu, and the rest of the P4 crew can solve the case!

Music, rhythm, and motion combine to test your skills in a disco-fueled dance battle!

Synopsis

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Gameplay

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The game is split into Story Mode and Free Dance. In Story Mode, the player progresses through the eight chapter plot of Dancing All Night. By completing the story, the player can unlock new tracks for Free Dance. In Free Dance, the player starts with 4 dance tracks and can unlock more by successfully playing through tracks and clearing Story Mode, for a total of 27. More tracks and dancers can be obtained through the game's DLC. By completing all of the Free Dance songs at least once, the player can unlock a prologue that shows how the Investigation Team got involved in the Love Meets Bonds Fest. From the main menu, the player can shop for items to use in Free Dance at Tanaka's Shop and browse through their collection.

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Characters

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Downloadable Content (DLC)

Persona Dancers

Related Media

Development

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Nomenclature

Names in Other Languages
Language Name Meaning
Japanese ペルソナ4 ダンシングオールナイト Persona 4 Dancing All Night

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Notes

  1. The game was primarily being developed by Dingo, but in 2014 due to quality concerns ATLUS took over the main development of the game, meanwhile Dingo remained as a supporting developer.[1]

References

  1. IGN, TGS 2014: Atlus Takes Over Lead Development On Persona 4: Dancing All Night. Published September 14, 2014. Retrieved October 31, 2023. Website.

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