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Persona 4: Dancing All Night - Chie Satonaka Trailer for PlayStation Vita: Check out this Please enter your birth date to watch this video. Get credits and details for Persona 4: Dancing All Night on PlayStation Vita at n3ws.info Yui Horie, Voice: Chie Satonaka (Japanese). For Persona 4: Dancing All Night on the PlayStation Vita, Chie and Yukiko are the best example since if you date one the other will try and.
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P sillyfudgemonke 3 years ago 7 Spinal45 posted Funnily enough, this is lampshaded in persona Q on the 4 side. When the 3 cast shows, aigis says something about how the P3MC is "special to her" and Rise says "No way, you two are dating?
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You're allowed to be open about that stuff in your group? But it's all subtext, so most people either don't notice or ignore it. I feel like Naoto, Rise, and Marie are all the most obvious in the spinoffs. As for breaking up with Rise because she goes back to being an idol The whole vagueness is kind of annoying sometimes, but it's understandable.
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Atlus wants the world to burn from ship to ship battles. Oh yeah I remember that! XD Atlus gotta keep it vague for all the ships. P Rise is the most up front, Naoto is the most sneaky, and Marie is XD I feel like it's just long distance relationship with every girl.
Naoto and Rise have it the easiest, or at least it's possible, since they aren't tied down to Inaba and there's a chance they can run into Souji. Chie and Yukiko are the best example since if you date one the other will try and rationalize the comment into a non-dating context, or if you do both an awkward silence occurs. Atlus seemed like it was not so much intentionally hiding relationships as the were delineating between S. Links and main story.
Persona 4: Dancing All Night Archives - Gematsu
The game is split into two main modes; Story, where the players experience the game's story which is split up by various music stages, and Free Dance, in which players can pick any song they have unlocked and perform at various difficulties, unlocking more songs by clearing each stage.
The game is played using six face buttons; the up, left, and down directional buttons and the triangle, circle, and cross buttons, and the analogue sticks.
As each stage plays, notes will appear from the center of the screen, requiring the player to hit the corresponding button in time with the music. Some notes require the player to hit two buttons at the same time, or hold the button down the duration of the note. In addition to the notes, Scratch Rings appear which require the player to flick either analogue stick to hit. Although missing Scratch Rings will not count as a miss, hitting enough pink Fever Rings will allow players to enter Fever Mode during certain parts of each song, allowing them to earn more points.
The player's success is represented by a Hype Gauge at the top of screen, with the song ending in failure if it drops too low, or is not at a high enough level by the end of the song.
If the player's Hype Gauge is high enough upon entering Fever Mode, Bond Fever will activate and a partner character may join the main character in their dance.
Upon clearing a song, players receive in-game money which they can use to purchase new items, costumes, and accessories.
Some items may only be unlocked after clearing certain requirements, such as clearing a certain number or songs or making a certain amount of purchases. Costumes and accessories can be used to customise each character's appearance during their songs in Free Dance mode. Items, on the other hand, can be used to alter the gameplay to make it easier or more challenging, which in turn increases or decreases the score and money earned from each level.
Additional songs, costumes, and accessories can be purchased as downloadable content. List of Persona 4 characters Taking place roughly a month following the epilogue of Persona 4 GoldenRise Kujikawawho has since returned to the idol industry, asks Yu Narukami and all her other friends to dance alongside her in the upcoming Love Meets Bonds Festival.
As Yu, along with Naoto Shiroganejoin up with Rise at her dance studio and are introduced to fellow idol Kanami Mashitathey learn that Kanami's idol group, Kanamin Kitchen, has mysteriously gone missing. Looking into a rumor concerning a video that shows up on the LMB website at midnight, allegedly showing a dead idol, Yu, Rise, and Naoto check out the video themselves and are sucked into the Midnight Stage, a world separate from the TV world they are used to.
There, they discover a mysterious entity is using strange ribbons and a song to force Shadows to form a bond with her, effectively brainwashing anyone who comes into contacts with the ribbons.
Unable to use violence in this world, the group discover that they can use the power of song and dance to express their feelings to the Shadows, freeing them from the voice's control.