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Doki Doki Kusoge deals in all things Japanese culture, be it video games, anime, music, or film. You can find the latest info translated from Japanese rags, reviews, previews, and other weird features. Despite its namesake (kusoge means shit game), DDK does not deal exclusively in garbage video games. Its founder just has a masochistic tendency to subject himself to them. No, it's not healthy. Elliot G. runs things here. A former Destructoid and Japanator contributor living in Japan, he likes to make himself suffer by playing the bad stuff so you don't have to.
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Posts tagged "Persona 4 Dancing All Night"

GOTY.

Hey guys, Persona 4: Dancing All Night is pretty cool.

Here’s a screenshot of Nanako. She’s pretty cool too. 

Actually coverage coming soon.

What’s that? You want 12-ish minutes of off-screen Persona 4: Dancing All Night footage?

Sure. Why the hell not.

Joining you on this journey are Oshou and Migeru, both of which aren’t particularly great at the game, but hey, that’s the way things go.

I can’t wait to play this goddamn game.

This week’s Famitsu Persona 4: Dancing All Night feature. Introducing Teddie in his human form busting a groove, and Margaret being awesome. Really curious to see what the latter looks like in motion, since everybody has such distinct dancing styles. 

We also get a look the Velvet Room and Maid costumes you can buy with the in-game currency, Persona Dollars. Can we talk about that Igor costume for Teddie? Can we just? 

Additionally, the feature introduces the School Festival Girls and Wakame Set as paid DLC. It’s exactly what you think it is. As free DLC, you’ll be able to download Teddie’s look from Persona 4 Arena, as well as Shadow World, remixed by DE DE MOUSE. As paid DLC, you can grab the P4 anime and P4G anime sets, which gets you the anime videos from those respective shows playing over their respective songs instead of the dancing models. Not sure why you’d want that, but hey, there it is.

One of the bigger pieces of news in this week’s Famitsu however, is the reveal of online leaderboards/scores! You can even download and save replays by other players, which is pretty rad. Leaderboards are a simple way to keep players coming back to the game, and I’m really happy about their inclusion.

Like the headphones seen in pretty much every trailer for Persona 4: Dancing All Night? Well you can own them for yourselves, should you so choose.

As turns out, they’re all real headphones by maker DENON, as part of a special collaboration between them and P4D.

None of that really matters though, because there’s a new video full of our favorite investigation team dancing their asses off.

Another week, another Persona 4: Dancing All Night trailer.

This one shows off the ladies of P4 in their various swim attire, dancing till they can’t dance anymore.

That’s really it. Just a video showing off some of the bonus costumes. 

Enjoy it. Or don’t. Or say you didn’t, but secretly you loved it?

Whatever. GOD.

Bye.

Nanako is goddamn adorable. A mini-poster that came with this week’s issue of Famitsu. 

With all this Dissidia news, I almost missed the new Persona 4: Dancing All Night trailer! 

I narrowly avoided a grave mistake.

This week’s video stars none other than the ice queen herself, Yukiko Amagi. She dances. She talks about silly shit. She styles her way into your hearts.

Or something.

Still can’t wait for this game.

Another week, another Persona 4: Dancing All Night trailer.

Yosuke’s up next, and he’s too busy showing off his new moves to remember how derpy he actually is.

We’re gonna dance.

Dance our way to freedom, ya’all.

I want this game yesterday.

Oh shit.

It’s that time of the year again.

That’s right. It’s time for Persona character trailers. This time for Persona 4: Dancing All Night.

First up? Good ole’ Rise. We get to see some animated cutscenes, some rhythm gameplay, and lots of Rise doing the dancy dance dance.

Gimme now.