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  1. Persona 4 Dancing All Night (PSVITA VPK) by Mad Loader January 6, 2018 Funky Student isn’t funky enough to bust a move with Rise and the rest of the Persona 4 crew in Persona 4 Dancing All Night for the PlayStation®Vita handheld entertainment system.
  2. Persona 4 Dancing All Night OST - So Baby Go For It, Feel The Vibe! [Extended] Video duration: 31:37; Video uploaded by: Jerryle3 Video release date: Mar 19th, 2016.

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Genre: Soundtrack
Date: 2018
Country: Japan
Audio codec: MP3
Quality: 320 kbs
Playtime: 1:43:53

CD1
1. GROOVY (OP ver.) (1:43)
2. Wake Up, Get Up, Get Out There – Jazztronik Remix (3:15)
3. Last Surprise – ☆Taku Takahashi Remix (3:29)
4. Beneath the Mask – KAIEN Remix (3:21)
5. The Whims of Fate – Yukihiro Fukutomi Remix (3:21)
6. Will Power – Shacho Remix (3:12)
7. Rivers in the Desert – mito Remix (2:33)
8. 星と僕らと – tofubeats Remix (3:44)
9. Last Surprise – Jazztronik Remix (3:31)
10. Tokyo Daylight – ATLUS Kozuka Remix (3:39)
11. 母のいた日々 – ATLUS Kitajoh Remix (3:13)
12. Booming Villain – ATLUS Konishi Remix (3:32)
13. Life Will Change – ATLUS Meguro Remix (2:58)
14. Rivers In the Desert (PERSONA SUPER LIVE P-SOUND BOMB !!!! 2017) (5:23)

CD2
1. Wake Up, Get Up, Get Out There (P5D-EDIT) (3:41)
2. Last Surprise (P5D-EDIT) (3:32)
3. Keeper of Lust (P5D-EDIT) (3:27)
4. Blooming Villain (P5D-EDIT) (3:17)
5. Life Goes On (P5D-EDIT) (2:47)
6. Price (P5D-EDIT) (2:52)
7. Life Will Change (P5D-EDIT) (3:44)
8. Rivers In the Desert (P5D-EDIT) (3:32)
9. Jaldabaoth~Our Beginning (P5D-EDIT) (5:22)
10. 星と僕らと (7:11)
11. One Nightbreak (4:05)
12. Climb The Stage Together! (2:22)
13. 勝利 (P5D ver.) (1:10)
14. Let’s Be Honest (2:04)
15. Hop Step From Light To Dark (2:02)
16. Private Room -P5D side #1- (1:47)
17. Private Room -P5D side #2- (2:04)
18. クラブ·ベルベット (1:58)

Persona 4: Dancing All Night

ペルソナ4 ダンシングオールナイト

Perusona 4 Danshingu Ōru Naito

Game Information

Developer

Publisher

Atlus (JPN, NA)
NIS America (EU, PS Vita) SEGA (EU, PS4)

Genre

Platform

Release Dates

Japan

North America

Europe

Persona 4: Dancing All Night is a rhythm game for the PlayStation Vita developed by Atlus and Dingo. The game is compatible with the console version of the Vita, the PlayStation TV. It features remixes of the soundtrack and dancing characters from Persona 4. Some of the contributing remixing artists include Akira Yamaoka, Norihiko Hibino, Daisuke Asakura, and Towa Tei.

Two related games, Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight, follow their specific games in similar fashion.

PlotEdit

Taking place roughly a month following the epilogue of Persona 4 Golden, Rise Kujikawa, who has since returned to the idol industry, asks Yu Narukami and all her other friends to dance alongside her in the upcoming Love Meets Bonds Festival. As Yu, along with Naoto Shirogane, join up with Rise at her dance studio and are introduced to fellow idol Kanami Mashita, they learn that Kanami's idol group, Kanamin Kitchen, has mysteriously gone missing. Looking into a rumor concerning a video that shows up on the LMB website at midnight, allegedly showing a dead idol, Yu, Rise, and Naoto check out the video themselves and are sucked into the Midnight Stage, a world separate from the TV world they are used to. There, they discover a mysterious entity is using strange ribbons and a song to force Shadows to form a bond with her, effectively brainwashing anyone who comes into contacts with the ribbons. Unable to use violence in this world, the group discover that they can use the power of song and dance to express their feelings to the Shadows, freeing them from the voice's control.

The next day, as the rest of the Investigation Team are assembled at the dance studio, the mysterious voice attempts to pull Kanami into the Midnight Stage, but ends up grabbing producer Kyoka Ochimizu instead. Following in after them, the Investigation Team split up in order to rescue the captured members of Kanamin Kitchen as the voice attempts to force a fake bond with them. As each member is rescued and taken to a safe dressing room, the team discover pages from a diary. Coming across Ochimizu as well, the group deduce that the world is somehow tied to Yuko Osada, an idol who committed suicide years ago, while the Shadows they encounter are people who got dragged into the world after watching the video. Back in the real world, Kanami comes across Ryotaro and Nanako Dojima, who become curious about the whereabouts of Yu and the others. As Dojima helps Kanami look into the strange circumstances surrounding the incident, Nanako is recognized for her dancing talent and is chosen to appear alongside Kanami in the LMB Festival. During this time, Kanami experiences painful flashbacks as she ponders over the lyrics of her upcoming song, 'Calystegia', which was originally intended for Yuko. To her shock, Kanami eventually discovers that the diary she had been carrying all this time belonged to Yuko, who she had witnessed killing herself when she came to the studio to audition years ago. Traumatized over the repressed memories, Kanami is overcome by despair and pulled into the Midnight Stage.

Back in the Midnight Stage, Ochimizu, who was Yuko's producer back when she was alive, is swayed by the voice but brought to her senses by Yu and the others. Discovering the song sung by the Shadows to be a reversed recording of Calystegia, the team discover the voice to be a Shadow version of Kanami, who has pulled the real Kanami, along with the entire LMB audience, into the Midnight Stage. Although the team manage to save Kanami and bring her to her senses, the Shadow Kanami, revealed to be a god of desire named Mikuratana-no-Kami, bonds itself with the rest of the audience. Determined to get their feelings across, Rise combines her strength with Kanami and the Kanamin Kitchen girls to power up her Persona, Himiko, transforming it into a giant stage for Yu and the others to express themselves. Finally understanding their feelings, Mikuratana-no-Kami releases everyone and returns them to the real world, where Kanami prepares to finish off the festival with a performance of Calystegia.

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GameplayEdit

In the game, players engage in a 'dance battle' with the Shadows in the mysterious world of the 'Mayonaka Stage.' There will be four difficulties -- Easy, Normal, Hard, and an unlockable All Night. In story mode, it will be possible to make things even easier. Clearing a song will cause the Investigation Team's Personas to appear and clear away the Shadows.

Modifiers also exist to make the game easier or harder, and affect your final score and Persona $ reward accordingly.

All characters in the game have multiple costumes, which can be purchased with currency earned for clearing songs. Additional DLC costumes, tracks, accessories, characters and song backgrounds are available.

In Free Dance mode, the player can pick any character and their costumes, but not the song, as each track is tied to a specific character. Support characters, who provide unique choreographies for the main character, can also be chosen. There are also a number of songs which are exclusive to Free Dance mode, including all the DLC tracks.

CharactersEdit

Main article: List of Persona 4: Dancing All Night Characters
  • Teddie / Human Teddie

Additional Character DatesEdit

  • Marie (DLC Character/Free Dance Only): July 30, 2015
  • Tohru Adachi (DLC Character/Free Dance Only): August 6, 2015
  • Hatsune Miku (DLC Character/Free Dance Only): August 27, 2015

TracklistEdit

  • “Specialist” (“Never More” ver.) Featuring Yu Narukami
  • “Time To Make History” Featuring Yu Narukami
  • “Your Affection” (“Never More” ver.) Featuring Yosuke Hanamura
  • “Heartbeat, Heartbreak” (“Never More” ver.) Featuring Yukiko Amagi
  • “Pursuing My True Self” (Atlus Kozuka Remix) Featuring Chie Satonaka
  • “Backside of the TV” (Lotus Juice Remix) Featuring Yosuke Hanamura
  • “Snowflakes” (Narasaki Remix) Featuring Yukiko Amagi
  • “Signs of Love” (TK Remix) Featuring Yu Narukami
  • “Best Friends” Featuring Kanji Tatsumi
  • “Like a Dream Come True” (“Never More” ver.) Featuring Teddie
  • “Signs of Love” (“Never More” ver.) Featuring Naoto Shirogane
  • “Time To Make History” (Akira Yamaoka Remix) Featuring Kanji Tatsumi
  • “Heaven” (Norihiko Hibino Remix) Featuring Naoto Shirogane
  • “Now I Know” (Yu Miyake Remix) Featuring Rise Kujikawa
  • “Shadow World” Featuring Kanami Mashita
  • “Junes Theme” (Vocal Version) Featuring Nanako Dojima
  • “Shadow World” (Atlus Kozuka Remix) Featuring Nanako Dojima
  • “Best Friends” (Banvox Remix) Featuring Chie Satonaka
  • “Pursuing My True Self” (Shinichi Osawa Remix) Featuring Teddie
  • “Maze of Life” Featuring Yu Narukami
  • “Heartbeat, Heartbreak” (Towa Tei Remix) Featuring Nanako Dojima
  • “Your Affection” (Daisuke Asakura Remix) Featuring Kanami Mashita
  • “Dance!” Featuring Yu Narukami
  • “Pursuing My True Self” Featuring Rise Kujikawa
  • “Reach Out To The Truth” (Dancing on Persona Stage) Featuring everyone except Nanako Dojima
  • 'Calystegia' P4DAN Ending Credit
  • “Electronica In Velvet Room” Featuring Margaret

DLC SongsEdit

Dancing
  • “Never More” P4G Credits version
  • “Shadow World” (De De Mouse Shadow Swing Remix)
  • “Reach Out To The Truth” Music Live 2013 version
  • “Break Out Of..” Featuring by Marie
  • 'Fog' (ATLUS Konishi Remix) Featuring Tohru Adachi
  • “True Story” (ATLUS Kozuka Remix) Featuring Rise Kujikawa
  • 'Heaven' (ATOLS Remix) Performed and Featuring Hatsune Miku
  • “sky's the limit” TV version (part of Persona 4 the Animation set A)
  • “Beauty of Destiny” TV version (part of Persona 4 the Animation set A)
  • “key plus words” TV version (part of Persona 4 the Animation set B)
  • “Detective in Love” Loveline theme (part of Persona 4 the Animation set B)
  • “Next Chance to Move On” TV version (part of P4G anime set)
  • “Dazzling Smile” TV version (part of P4G anime set)

Downloadable ContentEdit

ItemFree/PaidJP Release DateNA Release Date
Costumes
General Teddie costumeFreeJune 25, 2015September 29, 2015
P-color Selection SetPaid
Gekkoukan High uniforms (Crazy Value Pack)
P4G Summer Vacation Outfits. Based on the outfits from the Golden Epilogue (Crazy Value Pack)
P4G Midwinter Yasogami High School Uniform setFreeJuly 2, 2015October 6, 2015
Cross-dressing + Kanji Seaweed setPaid
P4G Midwinter Plain Clothes setFreeJuly 9, 2015
Women's Swimsuit SetPaidSeptember 29, 2015
P4G Ski setFreeJuly 16, 2015October 20, 2015
Nanako Costume setPaid
Original Stage Costumes setSeptember 29, 2015
Naoto Female High School Uniform set
Phoenix Ranger Featherman CostumesPaidJuly 23, 2015October 27, 2015
P-Color Selection 2Free until August 19August 12, 2015October 13, 2015
Lawson Original CostumePaidSeptember 24, 2015September 29, 2015
Songs
'Never More' Golden VersionFreewith purchase of Crazy Value Pack
'Shadow World (DE DE MOUSE shadow swing mix)'FreeJune 25, 2015September 29, 2015
'Reach Out To The Truth (PERSONA MUSIC FES 2013)'
'Never More'Paid
'Persona 4 the Animation set A'PaidJuly 2, 2015October 6, 2015
'Persona 4 the Animation set B'PaidJuly 9, 2015October 13, 2015
P4G anime setPaidJuly 16, 2015October 20, 2015
'True Story (ATLUS Kozuka Remix)'PaidJuly 23, 2015September 29, 2015
'Break Out Of..'PaidJuly 30, 2015October 6, 2015
'Fog' (ATLUS Konishi Remix)PaidAugust 6, 2015October 13, 2015
'Heaven' (ATOLS Remix)PaidAugust 27, 2015October 20, 2015
Accessories
Stylish Glasses SetPaidJuly 2, 2015October 6, 2015
Colored Contacts SetPaidJuly 9, 2015October 13, 2015
Feather Mask SetFreeJuly 16, 2015October 20, 2015
Dyed Wig setPaidJuly 23, 2015October 27, 2015
ETC
Vid 'Tripshots: Sign of Love (TK Love)'Paidn/aOctober 27, 2015
Vid 'Masataka P: SNOWFLAKES (NARASAKI Remix)'
Vid 'Saine: Backside of the TV (Lotus Juice Remix)'
Vid 'Gyudon: Shadow World (shadow swing world)'
Vid 'Wakamura P: Your Affection (Daisuke Asakura Remix)
Vid 'Tsuyoshi Yamaya:Heartbreak, Heartbreak (TOWA TEI Remix)
Vid 'edu.: Pursuing My True Self (Shinichi Osawa Remix)
Vid 'TOHRU_MITSUHASHI; Best Friends (Banvox Remix)
Vid 'Ilcheesell: Shadow World (ATLUS Kozuka Remix)
Vid 'Mie no Hito: NOW I KNOW (Yuu Miyake Remix)
Vid 'yama_ko: Heaven (Norihiko Hibino Remix)
Vid 'Hoshima: Time to Make History (AKIRA YAMAOKA Remix)

GalleryEdit

Boxart
Official package visual artwork
Boxart
Crazy Value Pack package visual
Premium Crazy Box Package
Persona 4: Dancing All Night game art released
Sega wallpaper of Teddie
DLC Costumes
Lawson Original Costume DLC
Gekkoukan High Uniform
Summer Vacation Clothes
Girls Swimsuit Set
Screenshots
Rise, as she appears in-game.
Yu Narukami's design
A cutscene featuring Yu and Rise.
Yu Narukami performing a dance battle with his Persona, Izanagi.
Rise and Kanami performing a dance battle together.
Teddie as he appears in-game
Yosuke's design
Chie's design
Kanji's design
Yukiko's design
Naoto's design
Nanako as she appears in-game
Margaret appears in-game
Teddie's human form design
DENON x Persona 4: Dancing All Night Collaboration
DENON x Persona 4 Dancing All Night Collaboration
P4D × DENON collaboration headphone AH-GC20 P4D Special Edition
Yu wearing Wireless Noise Cancelling Over Ear Headphone AH-GC20
Rise wearing Portable headphone AH-MM200WT
Yosuke wearing High quality On Ear Headphone AH-MM300
Chie wearing Reference Quality Over Ear Headphone AH-MM400

VideosEdit

TriviaEdit

  • This is the first rhythm game in the Persona series. It is also first Persona game to featured popular VOCALOID. Hatsune Miku.
  • Persona 4: Dancing All Night shares similarities and traits from two popular SEGA rhythm games, Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA and MaiMai:
    • Difficulty levels in P4DAN are taken from Project DIVA but the colors are from arcade series. However, extreme difficulty in Project DIVA has been renamed All Night;
    • The gameplay screen is based off the Maimai series;
    • Tanaka's super shop also works the same way as that in the Project DIVA console series, where players earn money by clearing a song. In Project DIVA, the money is called DIVA points.
    • The current Project DIVA game, Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X later inherited P4DAN traits and gameplay.
  • The Investigation Team's costumes almost all come from Persona 4 Golden; the only Golden costumes missing are Teddie's epilogue costume, all of Human Teddie's costumes except casual and drag, Festival Jubei (for Naoto), Yukata, Cheer Squad set (for everyone but Chie and Yukiko), Agent outfit, and Bath Towels (for males).
    • Rise's High-Cut Armor and Christmas costumes appear to be very different from the ones shown in one of Persona 4 The Golden Animation's costume themes.
  • Persona 4: Dancing All Night is the last Persona PlayStation Vitagame to be released in both psychically and digitally in Western territory. As well digital exclusive in PlayStation 4.
  • Data for an unused Velvet Room outfit was discovered by a fan. It bears a resemblance to an outfit featured in the second promotional video for Persona 5. Presumably, it was meant to be an alternate costume for Nanako.

External LinksEdit


Persona 4: Dancing All Night
Characters
PlayableRise Kujikawa - Yu Narukami - Kanami Mashita - Yosuke Hanamura - Chie Satonaka - Kanji Tatsumi - Teddie - Yukiko Amagi - Naoto Shirogane - Nanako Dojima - Margaret - Marie - Tohru Adachi - Hatsune Miku
Non-playableProtagonist - Ryotaro Dojima - Minoru Inoue - Sumomo Ujima - Tomoe Sayama - Tamami Uesugi - Nozomi Nakahara - Kyoka Ochimizu - Dance Instructor - Yuko Osada - Mikuratana-no-Kami - President Tanaka
Locations
OtherVelvet Room - Yomotsu Hirasaka - Takura Productions - Inaba - Midnight Channel
Midnight StageKujikawa Rise (Stage) - Circus Tent - Sultry Lounge - Doll House - Romantic Castle - Mechanical Castle - Event Space - Mikuratana-no-Kami's Realm
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AlbumsPersona 4: Dancing All Night Original Soundtrack
SongsDance! - Calystegia
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