Persona 4: Dancing All Night has a decently large set of songs, however most of them are remixes.

Persona 4: Dancing All Nights and its Remix-Filled Soundtrack

Persona 4: Dancing All Night has a decently large set of songs, however most of them are remixes.

For those eagerly waiting for Persona 5‘s release this winter, another Persona game is coming out this September. Persona 4: Dancing All Night is a very flashy rhythm game that is a far departure from the original series and is only coming out on the Playstation Vita. As surprising as it is for a rhythm game, P4: Dancing All Night does have a story, one which takes place right after the end of Persona 4/Persona 4 Golden where the cast of Persona 4, once again, fights shadows, but this time they do it via “dance battle” in the mysterious “Midnight Stage”.

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if you love the catchy and epic songs of Persona 4, Persona 4 Golden, Persona 4 Arena and Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth, this game has samplings from each of them. There are also a few original songs for the game, but only a handful in total. The entire selection of music for P4: Dancing All Night is about thirty songs, three of which are DLC, making it so-so compared to other rhythm video games out there. Majority of these songs consist of remixes of some of the more memorable tunes of Persona 4 like “Reach Out to the Truth” and “Pursuing My True Self”.

P4: Dancing All Night was released in Japan on June 25th and so far it has rather decent reviews. So if you’re a Persona fan or a fan of rhythm games looking for something new, Persona 4: Dancing All Night might be right for you.


The protagonist of P4 rocking out the theme of Persona Q.

Persona 4: Dancing All Night will be released on September 29th in the US so it will be hitting shelves soon enough. So what do you think about this Persona spinoff? Does it seem like something that might be fun or just another flashy spinoff with no substance? Leave a comment and remember: for all your Persona and video game articles and news, stay tuned to GameSkinny.com.


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