We Didn't Ask For This Persona Music Game

We Didn't Ask for this Persona Music Game

But...we're getting it. Well, the PS Vita is. It's called Persona 4: Dancing All Night.

Slated for a fall 2014 release, the game is dubbed as a "sound action" title. Atlus isn't developing Persona 4: Dancing All Night, but rather, Tokyo-based developer Dingo. (Who?)

No word yet on a Western release.

We Didn't Ask for this Persona Music Game
We Didn't Ask for this Persona Music Game
We Didn't Ask for this Persona Music Game
We Didn't Ask for this Persona Music Game
We Didn't Ask for this Persona Music Game

Persona Channel [Official Site]

ペルソナ4の音ゲー『ペルソナ4 ダンシングオールナイト』PSVitaで発売決定!!開発:ディンゴ [はちま起稿]


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    If it was a competitive versus dancing game like Bust-A-Groove back on the PS1 I would probably pick it up. Man, I used to love Bust-A-Groove so damn much!

    Last edited 25/11/13 10:06 pm

      I had a demo disc with the Bust-a-Groove demo on it, and in my opinion, I really did not like it. I didn't like it as a kid, and I used to like a lot of shitty games.
      I played the demo again not too recently, and it is really as bad as I thought it was. The big problem was that there was no prior warning on what the button to press was. Which means that a random button would flash for 0.75 seconds and you were somehow expected to press it in time. But hey, maybe the full game was good.

        I played it when I was little, so never really cared about how "good" or "bad" it was, all I know is that it was fun, to me anyway! I used to play multiplayer with my sisters a lot, and can still remember a large amount of the songs from it! I would assume that there wouldn't really be any differences between the demo and full game though. Oh well, I really enjoyed it! But still, if this game was in a similar style (versus dance-off?) I think it would be better than just a dancing-type game.

          I loved that game as a kid as well, although I don't think I ever played it. I always watched my brothers/cousins playing it. I can still remember most of the lyrics to a lot of the songs today.

            The songs are so catchy, haha! It was a clever take on a dancing game, and I found it a lot of fun too! Even watching others play it was fun, I reckon anyway!

              Bust A Groove was the first OST I ever ordered from overseas (followed real quickly by CastleVania - SotN), haha! I've got it on my phone too - Kitty N's theme was pure pop awesomeness, and Hiro's 'The Natural Playboy' still gets stuck in my head all day!

              Last edited 26/11/13 6:55 am

    Not too surprised, I remember playing a Jungle Book dancing game on the PS1.

    Its just sad how much persona they are spamming. This is worse than Cod.

      Well SEGA just bought Atlus for US$141 million, they have to make there money back somehow.

    Shoji Meguro composing the music? Hell ya I'm picking this up.

    Who cares if we didn't ask for this, besides we got what we asked for and bonuses in the end anyway.

    This game is also made by Dingo the guys behind the Project Diva games so there's no doubt that this is gonna be a good game.

    Besides, they don't call Yu the swagtagonist for no reason.

      https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BZ1Q776CMAA83qa.jpg:large
      So much damn swag.

      This game is also made by Dingo the guys behind the Project Diva games so there's no doubt that this is gonna be a good game.I'm surprised (Not really) that Brian didn't take 5 minutes to look this up. With how much enthusiasm I saw for Project Diva F coming West, I imagine there's going to be a sizable amount of demand for this game.

    Didn't ask for it, didn't expect it, but certainly not complaining either ;)
    Hopefully this'll see a western (Atleast PAL) release! Can always import if not though!

    Last edited 25/11/13 11:49 pm

    I never asked for this persona game...
    yet after it was announced i realised it's everything i ever wanted.

    No no no. It's the Deus Ex dancing game we didn't ask for.

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