Persona 4: Dancing All Night
Persona 4: Dancing All Night is a rhythm game and a sequel to Persona 4. It was released exclusively for the PlayStation Vita before being included in the Persona Endless Night Collection for the PlayStation 4, alongside Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight.
Rise Kujikawa is planning to return to the world of show business and asks her friends from Inaba to act as background dancers for the Love Meets Bonds (LMB) Festival. After a group of idols from Kanamin Kitchen go missing and a rumor of a dead idol showing up on a video that appears at midnight on the LMB website, a new case is ready for the Investigation Team.
Why It Rocks
- The same cast you know and love from Persona 4 return for an all-new adventure.
- Focuses on the theme of fake bonds vs. real bonds and how you should not abandon your "true self".
- Rather than a turn-based combat system, the Midnight Stage is a place where no one hurts or gets hurt. In order to save the day and get past the Shadows, the Investigation Team must express their feelings through dance.
- Remixes of various music from the original game.
- New character Kanami Mashita.
- Play as Yu's super cute little cousin (and sister-figure), Nanako Dojima.
- Among one of the easiest Platinum trophies you can obtain (Grust got it in only 11-12 days after receiving his copy and barely even put much effort in most of the trophies).
- Very well written story.
- Tons of costumes and accessories to spice up your characters.
- Several items to make the dances easier (at the cost of score and money) or more difficult (which can raise score and money)
- Dance Fevers allow the audience gauge to increase faster or decrease slower and can activate the Bond Fever, allowing a secondary partner to dance alongside your character.
- The Disco Fever Edition (collector's edition) has a Teddie Keychain, a Vita Pouch, a skin for your Vita (Warning, it will only fit a PCH-2000 model), a free DLC code, and a two-disc soundtrack.
The Only Bad Quality
- Story Mode has a ton of dialogue with very little gameplay in-between which can get boring.