Persona 4: Dancing All Night (PS Vita)
Teenage mega-idol Rise Kujikawa has returned to the city to restart her show business career. While she's home, a weird video appears on the Internet and anyone who watches it disappears, including the members of Rise's junior idol group, the Kanamin Kitchen. The Investigation team is up to the task of bringing home the missing group, and they mount a rescue mission. However, they soon discover Shadows from the Midnight Channel, which don't respond to the Investigation team's abilities at all. For some reason, the only way to defeat the Shadows is to dance. Get ready to arm yourself with the coolest style and slickest shoes, and dance the night away. Leave the RPG elements at home and get your dancing shoes on with Persona 4: Dancing All Night. Members of Rise Kujikawa's junior idol group, the Kanamin Kitchen, have gone missing, and the Investigation team launches a mission to rescue them. However, the monstrous Shadows from the Midnight Channel aren't affected by the normal Persona abilities. Only the power of dancing can defeat these diabolical villains. Flex your fingers and get ready to put your dexterity and accuracy to the test as you unleash sick dance moves to save the day. Rock out to more than 25 songs, including tracks from Persona 4, Persona Q and Persona 4 Arena, as well as remixes from legendary Japanese artists, such as Lotus Juice, TK and Yuu Miyake. Play through 27 unique stages in Story mode, or just put on a track in Free Dance mode to see how your skills stack up. Earn money in Free Dance mode that you can spend on stylish outfits for your characters. Are you ready to tap, spin and groove to save the day?see more...
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While there is a lot of good, there is still some bad. I felt the storyline was lackluster in story mode, as though it was thrown together without much thought. While the game is fun to play, I felt as though there weren't enough songs to dance to, and that some of the remixes were poorly done. While there is free downloadable content (songs, clothes, characters), a lot of the content requires you to purchase it, and since the game was expensive as it is, I doubt many would want to fork out anymore cash.
Overall, it's a fun game and great to own if you're a big Persona 4 fan, but doesn't even compare to the original Persona 4 game.