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- Created by legendary Persona series music composer Shoji Meguro, the songs featured in this game include selections from Persona 4, Persona Q, and Persona 4 Arena. There are over 25 songs, as well as completely new songs specifically composed for P4D.
- In the Story Mode, there are 27 stages that you can play in 4 different difficulty levels for your favorite characters to fight off Shadows! The Free Dance Mode allows you to choose a song and dance to see if you've got the skills to do battle.
- P4D is PSTV compatible, and the fully voiced story mode features a brand new plot that carries on the story from previous titles in the series, bringing in familiar faces with new costumes, and a new character.
- Each member of the Investigation Team has been given a dance-ready style! You can spend the money you earn in the Free Dance Mode on costumes and dress your favorite character up in chic outfits.
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Persona 4: Dancing All Night is a story-driven music game of the cult hit RPG Persona 4, developed by ATLUS. Replacing the RPG elements are dance battles that challenge players' dexterity and accuracy, as they tap out re-mixes of fan-favorite themes and brand new music tracks. The storyline continues from after the events of Persona 4, when the teenage mega-idol, Rise Kujikawa, returns to the city to re-take her show biz career. During that time, a strange video appears on the internet and the unfortunate people who watched it have gone missing! Members of Kanamin Kitchen, Rise's junior idol group, have disappeared and it's up to the Investigation team to mount a rescue mission - only they discover the same monstrous Shadows from the Midnight Channel. To make matters even worse, their Persona abilities are rendered ineffective, and the Shadows in P4D can only be defeated by dance, so bust out powerful dance moves to save the day!
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Now I would never usually play a rhythm game on mobile, but with the Persona 4 skin, ATLUS got me. The game plays fine enough. The symbols appear on screen and you press the corresponding buttons. Seems simple, but often times the symbol correlation will change mid tempo in the song and you will miss a weird button press that you could have sworn you hit. Lots of people on Reddit and Gamefaqs have reported this issue. I don’t know what causes it. It doesn’t even happen all the time, just randomly it seems.
The characters models are very well done. They are snazzy HD representations of the crew from P4. Everyone looks great and their dialog avatar stills look well drawn and sharp. The graphics are probably the most colorful and fun thing about the game. I do think that some of them were aged weirdly (Yu and Yosuke) and have gone from 16/17 to about 25 in terms of look. Not the worst but still odd
The songs are catchy and fun. The soundtrack is mostly remixes of your fav songs, so if you were looking to hear the original version of Heartbreak Heartbreak, you won’t. They needed to jazz them up and lengthen them for the game to work. Occasionally, you might have an original sound track song, but mostly It will be remixes all the way through.
You can unlock new songs, characters, costumes and accessories as you play the game. You play story mode to get points based on your performance. More notes you hit perfectly, the more points you get (duh). You unlock the stuff you want in the games store then mix and match to your hearts content in free play mode.
I will say I am not a fan of DLC in general and even more so NOT a fan on this particular item. To get the complete experience (all songs, all characters, and all outfits) you will spend an additional 30$ on top of what you paid to get the game. I wish there was a complete edition that had everything in it. Even if you get the limited collectors edition, you don’t get everything available either. After two years that this game has been out, I think it would be nice if a price drop happened or heck, make the DLC free. Doubt anyone is clamoring for these paid items enough to justify their price
The DUMBEST part of the DLC items is one item in particular – colored contacts. You pay 2$ for three colors to change your characters eyes. That is beyond stupid. You can’t even see their eyes well enough half the time to justify a purchase like that
I was able to get the game for about $20.00 and it was a launch copy. It comes in a slightly oversized box with a vita skin (for Vita 2000 only) and access to some vita wallpapers (boo). It was a nice surprise for the price. I never would have paid full price and am happy with what I got after waiting this long.
Overall, the game is pretty decent despite the blah story, wonky controls, and DLC riddled nonsense. It is worth checking out if you are a big fan of P4 and you can get it on the cheap.
Persona 4: Dancing All Night is such a fun little game. I know many fans hate the dreaded spinoffs but P4:DAN tied in so well with Persona 4/Persona 4 Golden. The story can drag on at times so when I get a little antsy I'll just play Free Dance mode. I truly love the cast of P4 so much that being able to experience them in a different light was so nice to me. I especially enjoy playing as Naoto with Kanji as my backup dancer as the exchange between them is absolutely hilarious. I also loved seeing everyone's dancing styles that matched their personalities to a T.
If you're looking for a fun, lighthearted little game this is definitely a great option. You don't necessarily need to have played P4 to enjoy this but it sure helps you understand the characters a little more.
The songs are great and gameplay is entertaining.
I hope Atlus makes a new rhythm game for Persona 5 as well.
If you are feeling down, pick this game up and start playing.
It will brighten your day. :)
The story is kinda boring and predictable but the gameplay is entertaning and charming.
Naoto is bae