If you enjoyed Persona 4, you might be interested to know that ATLUS is releasing a “story-driven music game” for the PS Vita called Persona 4: Dancing All Night.
You can either purchase the standard version of the game, or a special “Disco Fever” pre-order version. The Disco Fever version will come with an extra disc, filled with remixes of Person music; a PS Vita carrying case; a gold (“not real gold, of course”) Teddie keychain; and two DLC costumes. All of this extra loot will be collected in large collectible box.
Person 4: Dancing All Night takes place after the events of Persona 4. The spotlight turns to Rise and her new pop group Kanamin Kitchen disappear into the Midnight Stage. When the investigation team enters the scene to find out what’s going on, the discover the same shadows that plagued the Midnight Channel. The only problem is that their Persona abilities don’t affect them, because these shadows can only be defeated by dance.
Including more than 25 songs, including music from the original Persona, and a fully-voiced story mode,Persona 4: Dancing All Night will be available on the PlayStation Network this fall for $49.99. If you want to pre-order the Disco Fever version, the extra crate of bonus items will run you $79.99.