Japan is getting their Hatsune Miku DLC on August 27th, and players will get to play as the Vocaloid and her own remix title in Persona 4: Dancing All Night. Dengeki got to try out a sneak peek of the DLC and shared a closer look of Miku grooving it out.
The Miku and her “Heaven feat. Hatsune Miku (ATOLS Remix)” track’s gameplay begins at the 11:08 mark. Lupin Kojima of Dengeki jokingly says that he’s totally a pro at rhythm games, so he’s going to take on the stage on normal mode.
As you can see from the footage, the normal mode isn’t too difficult, and even a beginner player like Lupin Kojima can play it without any trouble (okay, maybe just a little in his case).
Kojima says that the game’s normal mode shouldn’t be too difficult for those who like rhythm or music games, but there’s something about it that makes him want to try becoming better so he can eventually take on harder difficulties.
At the 19:08 mark of the video, they show some more gameplay with Nanako as the dancer for the “Heartbeat, Heartbreak (TOWA TEI Remix)” track by Shihoko Hirata. They put it in a setting where you can see a music video for the track instead of the character dancing.
Persona 4: Dancing All Night will release on September 29th in North America and November 6th in Europe for PlayStation Vita.