Atlus just shared all the latest information on Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night and Persona 5: Dancing Star Night with a myriad details on games’ story, social links and events as well as a bunch of new screenshots.
In “Dancing!” you’ll have the members of SEES or The Phantom Thieves participate in a rhythm game. The games will offer up to 4 difficulty levels and a total of 25 songs including new ones that can be unlocked by clearing stages. Players will also be given the ability to dance with a pathner during the ‘Fever Time’ feature as you can see in the screenshot below:
Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night’s story starts off with the sudden gathering of the SEES members at place called Club Velvet. There, Elizabeth, who has now nicknamed herself “Eli-P”, appears and tells the members that she is going to throw a party and as her guests they will be obliged to show off their best dance moves.
The story continues on from there with Elizabeth taking charge of everything and the members of SEES performing at the party though in the dark about why.
Persona 5: Dancing Star Night starts off with the protagonist waking up in Club Velvet along the other members of The Phantom Thieves. Similar to Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night, the attendants of the Velvet Room, Caroline and Justine, show up and announce that they’re throwing a party and force The Phantom Thieves to participate in their ‘request’ by dancing for them.
Nobody in the team knows why they’re throwing a party or why dancing is the requirement.
As for the Social Links, that’s where you’ll get to hang out with all the members and check out special mini-events. These can be unlocked on a character by character basis through the the clearing of certain conditions and doing so will also grant new costumes. By sharing enthusiasm for dancing and having a heart -to-heart, you’ll be able to deepen bonds with the cast.
The different costumes that can be unlocked range from stylish to hilarious and come with different styles that you can try on your favorite characters.
Check out some of the costumes available in Persona 3 & Persona 5 Dancing below:
Next up, the latest batch of character screenshots staring off with:
Followed by fellow by SEES member:
And for fans of The Phantom Thieves, the resident eccentric artist:
And finally, the group’s lovable mascot:
Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night and Persona 5: Dancing Star Night release on May 24, 2018 in Japan for PS4 and PlayStation Vita.