Persona 5 Dancing Star Night and 3 Dancing Moon Night Shine in Tons of PS4 Gameplay

New PS4 gameplay of Persona 5 Dancing Star Night and Persona 3 Dancing Moon Night show customization, "Commu" mode, dancing, and more.

on April 14, 2018 10:29 PM

During a livestream from SegaFes in Akihabara, Tokyo, Atlus showcased a large batch of gameplay upcoming twin rhythm games Persona 5 Dancing Star Night and Persona 3 Dancing Moon Night.

We start with Persona 3 Dancing Moon Night, and we get to see a lot of different costumes and accessories, alongside the ability to change hair color. After the choice of partners, we see some dancing. The video also shows how the performance is scored.

After that we also get to see the “Collection” mode that lets you dress up characters and check out the models. On PS4 this is also compatible with PlayStation VR.

Following, we move to Persona 5 Dancing Star Night, showing the “Commu” mode that lets you check out the character’s room, and interact with them. To be more specific, we see Ryuji’s room. Apparently, he’s quite the nerd. This is also compatible with PlayStation VR.

The video showcases some more dancing here as well, within multiple different modes.

You can check it out below. If you want to see more, you can also watch the previous videos of the character series, featuring Morgana and Akihiko Sanada, two more starring Mitsuru and Yusuke, another pair showing Futaba Sakura and Fuuka Yamagishi, the fourth couple with Haru Okumura and Ken Amada, and the fifth with Caroline, Justine, and Elizabeth.

Both Persona 5 Dancing Star Night and Persona 3 Dancing Moon Night will launch on the same day in Japan on May 24, 2018 for PS4 and PS Vita. A western release has not been announced yet.

 /  Executive News Editor
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