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Persona 4: Dancing All Night Producer Shares The Latest Details

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    Recently, Persona 4: Dancing All Night’s official website was updated, and producer Kazuhisa Wada answered some fan questions in a Q&A session on the game’s blog. Here are some of the details Game Jouhou put together from his answers.

     

    • There are plans for a downloadable version.

     

    • No plans for a demo, but there are plans for an event where the game will be demoed.

     

    • The gameplay is basically the kind where you have notes appear from the middle of the screen, and go towards one of the six areas, and you time your button or D-pad presses accordingly. Similar to other rhythm games, there are multiple presses, long holds, and “scratch” elements. The game is also compatible to touch functions. A tutorial and play demonstration video is expected to be revealed soon.

     

    • The difficulties are Easy, Normal, Hard, and All Night. In story mode, you’ll get to make it even easier.

     

    • Persona 4: Dancing All Night is a rhythm game with a story. It takes place several days after the very end of Persona 4 Golden.More details on that will be revealed later on.

     

    • Each character has multiple costumes, a part that Atlus put a lot of effort into.

     

    • There are plans for costume and song DLCs. Things will be put in motion after seeing how fans react.

     

    • There will be a mode to look at character models.

     

    • There’s a main dance mode called “Free Dance” that will unlock more songs as you play along.

     

    • There are rewards for achieving full-combos for the tracks.

     

    • Nanako plays a big role in the game’s story, and will dance, but she won’t participate in the battles we’ll see in the story.

     

    • Persona 4: Dancing All Night will be compatible with the PlayStation TV.

     

    • Hanako Ohtani won’t dance.

     

    Persona 4: Dancing All Night releases in Japan on June 25, 2015 for PlayStation Vita.

    Sato
    Editor-in-Chief at Siliconera. Gamer, avid hockey fan, and firm believer in the heart of the cards.

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