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Video by Matt S.

Persona 4 Dancing All Night could have easily been a bad game. Making a rhythm game “sequel” to a JRPG isn’t exactly a logical path I would have taken.

But it turned out so, so well. And now it’s available on the PlayStation 4, if you buy the ultra-limited edition pack of the newly released Persona 3 and 5 dancing games too. It’s the only way you can get P4DAN on your PS4 currently!

This video looks at some of the reasons it is the perfect spinoff.

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