With eight days left until the game’s Japanese launch, Atlus has released a Persona 4: Dancing All Night flash mini-game on the official website.
The goal of the game is to help Teddie engage in a dance battle against Rise Kujikawa, performing “wotagei” to cheer him on.
Or, in other words, players need to continuously click on the screen when the game starts in order to reduce Teddie’s power gauge without completely emptying it. As Teddie uses his power, Rise’s “Tension” gauge increases, and the goal of the game (separated through 3 levels) is to completely fill Rise’s “Tension” gauge.
Players who pass all three of the mini-game’s levels will be granted five special Persona 4: Dancing All Night wallpapers for the PC.
A gallery of the wallpapers can be found here, for those who cannot clear the mini-game.
The mini-game features video of Rise Kujikawa dancing in the game to “Pursuing My True Self.” Her costumes are randomized as players win each phase of the game. The game also features background music from the upcoming rhythm game.
Persona 4: Dancing All Night is slated for a Japanese release on June 25, 2015. The PlayStation Vita exclusive rhythm game will release in North America in fall 2015.