Persona 4: Dancing All Night screenshots introduce gameplay modes, costumes

Story Mode, Free Dance, Shopping, and Collections.

Persona 4: Dancing All Night

Atlus USA has released a new set of Persona 4: Dancing All Night screenshots introducing the game’s different modes and costumes.

Get the batch of information below.

Story Mode

Persona 4: Dancing All Night‘s story mode is presented in similar format to Persona 4 Arena and Persona 4 Arena Ultimax‘s. It follows the Investigation Team as they solve the mystery behind the Midnight Stage and how it ties in to Rise and her junior group, Kanamin Kitchen.

Free Dance Mode

Free Dance mode lets you practice the game’s songs and aim for that personal high score. You can try out the songs with the difficulty, partner, and costume of your choosing.

Shopping

At Tanaka’s Amazing Commodities, you can purchase character costumes and more with P$ earned from performing well during songs.

Collection

Music player, character profiles, gallery, high scores and online leaderboards, and more.

Persona 4: Dancing All Night is due out for PS Vita in Japan this Thursday, June 25, and this fall in North America.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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