She’s pursuing her true self.
Persona 4: Dancing All Night is one of the unlikeliest but also most obvious spin offs of all time. Unlikely because a rhythm dancing game for a game dealing with high concept philosophy, psychology, and metaphysics is a bit out of the left field; obvious because when its music is as great as it is, then of course a rhythm game based on it makes sense.
It’s almost here, which means Atlus is starting to push the pedal to the metal and start the hype cycle for it. With a release in Japan this June (a release in the rest of the world will follow later this year), they’ve only got a few months to sell everyone on the game (not me- to me the game just sells itself).
If you weren’t sold so far, however, then maybe this trailer will change your mind- it features everyone’s favorite, Chie Satonaka, showing off her smooth moves to Persona 4’s music. It certainly worked for me.
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