PlayStation Vita

Persona 4: Dancing All Night Begins When Rise Starts Working As An Idol Again


Hatsune Miku: Project Diva developer Dingo is making a Persona rhythm game for PlayStation Vita. Persona 4: Dancing All Night picks up after the events in Persona 4. Rise Kujikawa leaves Inaba and goes back to becoming an idol. However, a rumor spreads to the big city that if you open a site exactly at midnight a strange video will play. Whoever views this video goes into the "other side."




Someone from Rise’s idol group, Kanamin Kitchen, goes missing. Rise contacts Yu Narukami (the protagonist in Persona 4) and reaches out to the Investigation Team to help rescue the missing idols.


And that’s why Yu is dancing with Izanagi.




Kanami Mashita is a junior idol who goes by the nickname Kanamin and her other group members have gone missing.


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Persona 4: Dancing All Night will have songs from the game and anime series. "Pursuing My True Self," "Heaven," "Reach out to the Truth," "Time to Make History" from Persona 4: Golden, and "True Story" from Persona 4: The Animation are confirmed for the game. Japanese musicians including Tetsuya Komuro and Daisuke Asakura will make remixes for the game.


Persona 4: Dancing All Night is slated for release in fall 2014 for PlayStation Vita.



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