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Persona 4: Dancing All Night [Crazy Value Pack 3D Crystal Set Famitsu DX Pack]
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Half a year after the events of Persona 4, the sleepy town of Inaba is once again threatened with mysteries that only happen at midnight. A new rumor is spread, and with it, the all too familiar undertones of something more sinister starts to have real world effects: "At midnight, if you see a strange video playing on a certain site, you are transported to the 'other side' and will never wake up again..."
With members of the J-Pop idol group "Kanamin Kitchen" disappearing, it's up to the original Investigation Team to work together once again, but this time, the only way to defeat the shadows lurking in the "Midnight Stage" is to engage in epic dance battles.
Only for the PlayStation Vita, Persona 4: Dancing All Night is the newest spinoff from this masterpiece of a series, and the title features 29 new muscial arrangements of the Persona 4 OST. With talent from the likes of Yuu Miyake (Katamari Damacy, Tekken), Norihiko Hibino (Metal Gear Solid, Bayonetta), Akira Yamaoka (Silent Hill, Lollipop Chainsaw), Shinichi Osawa (aka Mondo Grosso), and even internationally famous artist Towa Tei, Gamers are in for a unique sonic treat that will have them dancing all night! Heartbreak~ Heartbreak~
Full Confirmed Track List:
“Specialist” (“Never More” ver.)
“Time to Make History”
“Your Affection” (“Never More” ver.)
“Heartbeat, Heartbreak” (“Never More” ver.)
“Pursuing My True Self” (Atlus Kozuka Remix)
“Backside of the TV” (Lotus Juice Remix)
“Snowflakes” (Narasaki Remix)
“Signs of Love” (TK Remix)
“Like a Dream Come True” (“Never More” ver.)
“Signs of Love” (“Never More” ver.)
“Time to Make History” (Akira Yamaoka Remix)
“Heaven” (Norihiko Hibino Remix)
“Now I Know” (Yu Miyake Remix)
“Shadow World” (Atlus Kozuka Remix)
“Best Friends” (Banvox Remix)
“Pursuing My True Self” (Shinichi Osawa Remix)
“Maze of Life”
“Heartbeat, Hearbreak” (Towa Tei Remix)
“Your Affection” (Daisuke Asakura Remix)
“Pursuing My True Self”
“Reach Out to the Truth” (Dancing on Persona Stage)
“Electronica In Velvet Room”
“Shadow World” (De De Mouse Shadow Swing Remix)
“Reach Out to the Truth”
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|Original Name||ペルソナ4 ダンシング・オールナイト クレイジー・バリューパック ファミ通DXパック 3Dクリスタルセット|
|Official Release Date||Jun 25, 2015|
|Genre||Music & Party|
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|Average rating:||Too few reviews (min 3 reviews required)|
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If you're a huge fan of Persona 4 then this is a must buy for any fan. Hearing the remixed tracks from the original game brings back a lot of nostalgia for the original game. This plus Persona 4 Golden is enough reason alone to purchase a PS VITA. If you can understand Japanese - there is little need to wait for the European/USA release of this game!
INFO: The DLC that comes with this addition of the game is the summer swimsuit outfits for the characters plus a remix of Never More.
Now unfortunately for the negatives:
It feels that there aren't enough songs on here if you compare it to something like Project Diva F 2nd which has a much larger roster of tracks. (But this might be due to Project Diva having more source material to pick from). I was finished with P4 Dancing All Night a lot sooner than expected - completing all songs on 'ALL NIGHT' difficulty (the hardest) with a BRILLIANT rating or higher within a week AND 100% trophy completion. It should be noted that there is plenty of replay value if you intend to get KING CRAZY rating on all songs.
Additionally the accessories for the characters feel incredibly lazy as they're practically the same for every character and are just colour variations of the same item (e.g. 5 different colour variants of the same headphones).
All in all though, it's a good pick if you're a fan of Persona 4 and of beat games. It's enough to tide you over for some time until Persona 5 is out. :)
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