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Is the Persona 4: Dancing All Night Disco Fever Edition worth buying?

Atlus recently announced that the upcoming PlayStation Vita game, Persona 4: Dancing All Night, is getting a Disco Fever Edition. Along with a physical copy of the videogame, the bundle includes in-game content unlocks, 10 wallpapers, two disc CD soundtrack, Vita skin in addition to a double-sided pouch. So is the limited edition worth buying? Let’s take a look at a few factors before you can make up your own purchasing decision.

Persona 4: Dancing All Night

First, let’s talk about the Persona 4: Dancing All Night videogame. The spin-off to Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 takes place after the events from the mainline installment of the franchise. The investigative team is forced to explore the Midnight Stage in order to rescue the disappearing members of Kanamin Kitchen pop idol group.

Instead of being a traditional JRPG experience, Dancing All Night is a music rhythm game where you have to match the button presses with the on-screen prompts. As a result, the main selling point for the Vita exclusive is the music. The upcoming game will have at least 25 different songs, including remixes of classic tracks from the series. The Disco Fever Edition also comes with an exclusive bonus track called Never More. persona-4-dancing-all-night-screen-3The main composers are Atsushi Kitajoh, Kenichi Tsuchiya, Ryota Kozuka and Shoji Meguro. The remix artists behind the tracks are Akira Yamaoka, Banvox, Daisuke Asakura, De De Mouse, Lotus Juice Narasaki, Norihiko Hibino, Ryota Kozuka, Shinichi Osawa, Tetsuya Komuro, Towa Tei and Yuu Miyake. You can check out the Persona 4: Dancing All Night track list below.

  • Backside of the TV – Lotus Juice Remix
  • Best Friends
  • Best Friends – Banvox Remix
  • Dance!
  • Electronica In Velvet Room
  • Heartbeat, Heartbreak – Towa Tei Remix
  • Heartbeat, Heartbreak – Nevermore Version
  • Heaven – Norihiko Hibino Remix
  • Junes Theme Song (With Vocals)
  • Like a Dream Come True – Nevermore Version
  • Maze of Life
  • Never More
  • Now I Know – Yuu Miyake Remix
  • Reach Out to the Truth
  • Pursuing My True Self
  • Pursuing My True Self – Atlus Kozuka Remix
  • Pursuing My True Self – Shinichi Osawa Remix
  • Shadow World
  • Shadow World – Atlus Kozuka Remix
  • Shadow World – De De Mouse Shadow Swing Remix
  • Signs of Love – TK Remix
  • Signs of Love – Nevermore Version
  • Snowflakes – Narasaki Remix
  • Specialist – Nevermore Version
  • Time to Make History
  • Time to Make History – Akira Yamaoka Remix
  • Your Affection – Nevermore Version
  • Your Affection – Daisuke Asakura Remix

If you are a fan of Persona 4 and or the music-rhythm gaming genre, you should definitely check out the upcoming Vita exclusive.

Digital Bonuses

DLC Costumes – In the videogame, you will able to change the performance costumes of the dancers. The limited edition will add two more sets for you to choose from. One of the pack is based on the Gekkoukan High School uniforms from Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3. The other contains summer break outfits for the investigation team (with the exception of Teddy).

Wallpapers – Both the Launch Edition and the Disco Fever Edition also comes with 10 wallpapers for your Vita system if you want to decorate the theme of the menus.

Physical Extras

Two-Disc CD Soundtrack – Along with the game, the Persona 4: Dancing All Night Disco Fever Edition also comes with a two-disc CD soundtrack from the videogame. Thus, you can listen to the same songs at your leisure without having to play the game.

Key Chain – The bundle also includes a gold-colored Teddie key chain, which is based on the belt buckle worn by the character in the game. This product is exclusive to the limited edition.

Skin – You will get a special form-fitting skin to decorate your Vita as well. Keep in mind that this will only be compatible Vita-2000 models. The skin will also be available with the Launch Edition in addition to the limited edition.

Pouch – The package comes with a pouch to store your Vita. One side of the case features Teddie doing his best Elvis pose while the other contains the logo of the game.

All the physical extras, in addition to the videogame, will be stored inside a large collectible box that is decorated with custom art for the disco ball. With that said, none of the extras will have an impact on playing the game. Persona-4-Dancing-All-Night-Disco-Fever-Edition


Persona 4: Dancing All Night looks like it will please both fans of Persona and/or music games. Aside from the extra bonus track, however, the Launch Edition and Disco Fever Edition have the same amount of content in terms of gameplay. So, if you simply want to play the game, you should probably go with the regular release. You can preorder the Launch Edition with this link on Amazon.

If you are interested in the extras included in the Disco Fever Edition, then you should get the limited edition bundle. You can do so with this page.