Persona 4: Dancing All Night Comes Free Digitally to PS4 in Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection; Western Release Date Revealed
Atlus announced that their Persona series rhythm visual novels Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight will launch in the west on December 4 physically for PlayStation 4 and digital only for PlayStation Vita.
To celebrate the game’s release, Atlus will be pairing up the titles in one bundle titled “Endless Night Collection“. The physical version of the bundle will only be available for PS4 and will come with a hardcore artbook packaging hosing the dual PS4 discs. Also included is the previously PS Vita exclusive Persona 4: Dancing All Night making this the first time the title is available on the PS4. Additionally, the game will come digitally for those who purchase the digital bundle on PS Vita.
The bundle will cost $99.99 for PS4 and $69.99 for PS Vita. The standalone copies of the game will $59.99 for PS4 and $39.99 for PS Vita. Meaning that those purchasing the bundle will be saving some money in the long run.
In Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight, players will experience a brand new original story told in the title’s respective universe and featuring the full returning cast of characters. The game features lengthy visual novel scenes, but breaks them up with rhyme sections where players must tap to the beat.
The game will include both Japanese and English voice overs for those purist out there with several difficulty options. Additionally, the game features a variety of different costumes that the characters can change into to spice up the performances. There are 25 tracks available in each title, so picking up the bundle will give you a total of 50 tracks.
Pre-order date for the Endless Night Collection official websitehas not been announced, but will update when the game is available for western fans.
You can check out the bundle along with the some screenshots below:
Author’s take: This game really puts Persona fans at divide because it is very much a visual novel with songs to break up the lengthy dialog. Those who enjoy the Persona RPG series usually put this one down, but I am very much excited to hang out with these characters some more!
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