Persona 3 & 5 Dancing Limited Editions Announced, Screenshots, P4: Dancing for PS4 in Bundle Pack

Alongside the new trailers for Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night and Persona 5: Dancing Star Night, new information for the spin-off rhythm games slated for PS4 and PS Vita release has been announced.

Limited Editions

Atlus has announced two limited edition bundle packs for Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night and Persona 5: Dancing Star Night.: The “Persona Dancin’ All-Star Triple Pack” for PlayStation 4, and “Persona Dancin’ Deluxe Twin Plus” for PlayStation Vita.

The PlayStation 4 bundle pack will include a digital copy of Persona 4: Dancing All Night, and the PlayStation Vita bundle pack will include a selection of costumes from various Atlus titles. Both will include a complete original soundtrack for the games.


Persona Dancin’ All-Star Triple Pack (PS4)

For PlayStation 4 only, the Triple pack will retail for 16,880 yen (excluding tax) and include:

  • Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night for PlayStation 4
  • Persona 5: Dancing Star Night for PlayStation 4
  • Persona 4: Dancing All Night for PlayStation 4 (Download Only)
  • Shigenori Soejima illustrated luxury box
  • P3D & P5D full soundtrack (4 discs with over 60 tracks)

Persona 4: Dancing All Night  is not planned for a separate release on the PlayStation 4. That version of the game will be compatible with purchased DLC for the Vita version, and there will be no cross-save support.

Persona Dancin’ Deluxe Twin Plus (PS Vita)

For PlayStation Vita only, the Twin pack will retail for 15,780 yen (excluding tax) and include:

  • Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night for PlayStation Vita
  • Persona 5: Dancing Star Night for PlayStation Vita
  • P3D & P5D Atlus Selection Costume DLC Assortment (Equivalent to 2,400 yen):
    • Shin Megami Tensei: Hero
    • Shin Megami Tensei II: Hero
    • Shin Megami Tensei II: Hiroko
    • Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne: Hero
    • Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne: Hijiri
    • Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse: Asahi
    • Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey: Demonica Suit
    • Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Kyouji Kuzunoha
    • Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers: Nemissa
    • Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers:  Yu-ichi
    • Devil Summoner: Raidou Kuzunoha vs The Soulless Army: Tae Asakura
    • Devil Survivor: Main Character
    • Devil Survivor: Yuzu Tanikawa
    • Digital Devil Saga: Sera
  • Shigenori Soejima illustrated luxury box
  • P3D & P5D full soundtrack (4 discs with over 60 tracks)

The P3D & P5D Atlus Selection DLC Assortment Set will be released as paid DLC at a later date.

Track List

Track lists for both games have been released on the official Persona 5: Dancing Star Night and Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night websites, which have launched alongside this announcement.

The track lists include the Japanese artists who are working on remixes for songs in the games. List (via Gematsu):

Persona 5: Dancing Star Night

  • “Rivers in the Desert”
  • “Wake Up, Get Up, Get Out There” (Jazztronik Remix)
  • “Keeper of Lust”
  • “Blooming Villain” (Atlus Konishi Remix)
  • “Hoshi to Bokura to” (Tofubeats Remix)
  • “Tokyo Daylight” (Atlus Kozuka Remix)
  • “Wake Up, Get Up, Get Out There”
  • “Rivers in the Desert” (Mito Remix)
  • “Blooming of Villain”
  • “Life Goes On”
  • “Price”
  • “Whims of Fate” (Yukuhiro Fukutomi Remix)
  • “Beneath the Mask” (KAIEN Remix)
  • “Will Power” (Shacho Remix)
  • “Last Surprise” (Taku Takahashi Remix)
  • “Haha no Ita Hibi” (Atlus Kitajoh Remix)
  • “Life Will Change” (Atlus Meguro Remix)
  • “Jaldabaoth ~Our Beginning”
  • “Last Surprise”
  • “Life Will Change”
  • “Groovy”
  • “One Nightbreak”
  • “Rivers in the Desert” (Persona Super Live P-Sound Bomb 2017)
  • “Hoshi to Bokura to”
  • “Last Surprise” (Jazztronik Remix)

Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night

  • “Brand New Days” (Yuyoyuppe Remix)
  • “Mass Destruction”
  • “When The Moon’s Reaching Out Stars” (Hideki Naganuma Remix)
  • “Want to be Close” (ATOLS Remix)
  • “Shinsou Shinri” (Lotus Juice Remix)
  • “Deep Break Deep Breath” (Yuu Miyake Remix)
  • “Soul Phrase”
  • “Light the Fire Up in the Night ‘Kagejikan’ + ‘Mayonaka’”
  • “Burn My Dread” (Novoiski Remix)
  • “When the Moon’s Reaching Out Stars”
  • “Time” (Atlus Kitajoh Remix)
  • “Wiping All Out” (Atlus Kozuka Remix)
  • “A Way of Life” (Atlus Kitajoh Remix)
  • “Heartful Cry” (Atlus Konishi Remix)
  • “Light the Fire Up in the Night ‘Kagejikan’ + ‘Mayonaka’” (Sasakure.UK Remix)
  • “Mass Destruction” (Tetsuya Kobayashi Remix)
  • “Subete no Hito no Tamashii no Tatakai” (T.Komine Remix)
  • “Burn my Dread”
  • “Subete no Hito no Tamashii no Tatakai” (Daisuke Asakura Remix)
  • “Kimi no Kioku” (Atlus Meguro Remix)
  • “Our Moment”
  • “Moonlight Serendipity”
  • “Mass Destruction” (Persona Music Fes 2013)
  • “Burn my Dead -Last Battle-“
  • “Brand New Days”

Weekly Famitsu Magazine

Weekly Famitsu issue #1518, released December 27th, 2017 will feature a follow-up article on the two games with over 10 pages, including an interview with producer Kazuhisa Wada.

Screenshots & Box Art

Famitsu has also released additional screenshots of the games, and the box art.

Persona 5: Dancing Star Night

Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night

Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night and Persona 5: Dancing Star Night will release simultaneously on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita on May 24, 2018 in Japan.


The Art of Persona 5
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  • Valwin Mediaz

    I hate this dancing crap WERE IS Persona 5 Q

    • Dave M.

      At least PQ2 was announced. Atlas said P5 arena depends on how successful blazblue cross tag battle is =[

      • Dave Bordios

        I just want p4 arena on vita to complete the trilogy. is that too much to ask?

    • Hee-Ho

      im sick of all these spin off games. i want a real canon follow up on par with the numbered games

      • Jason Ryer

        Dance is cannon though.

        • Hee-Ho

          It’s not. P3D and P5D were confirmed non-canon. Only P4D is canon

          • Strain42

            I’m not saying you’re wrong, but do you have a source on that? I’d like to see this confirmation with my own eyes. All I heard was they aren’t doing a traditional story mode like 4 had.

            If it really is non-canon, I’ll be slightly annoyed. Not because it’s non-canonical, but because it really seems like they’re leaving Shinji, FeMC, and Akechi out of this. There’s no excuse for that if they aren’t chained to continuity. Unless they’re gonna announce them later or bust out some DLC or something.

          • Nivite

            Pretty sure I also remember seeing something about it being non-canon. Atlus has been really finicky about what’s canon and what’s not lately so don’t hold your breath on either these or PQ2 being canon. They’re kinda just going all over the place at this point.

          • Hee-Ho

            Dude. They only just revealed the first trailer. Don’t start crying just yet, there’ll be more news

          • Strain42

            Of course there is. Dunno how you got crying from “slightly annoyed” but okay.

            Still waiting for that confirmation source from you though.

          • sillyfudgemonkeys

            There’s been no official word from Atlus stating it’s “not canon.” Only person with any credibility that said this was someone who translates these types of articles, but they stated it was “not canon” due to not having a story mode…..which I don’t think we should jump to that conclusion yet cause there’s some sort of “hang out” option with the characters, which could totally be canon (the dancing of course not, but that’s just a means for us to see happy fun hang out times with the P3/5 cast).

            The translator only mentioned this a few days ago (tho he said “a reminder” so he might’ve mentioned it earlier and I missed it), I think most people are just jumping to the conclusion that “no traditional story mode” = “not canon.” Which I’d say is understandable if this wasn’t Atlus we’re talking about here (aka the fluid canon kings), but considering IT IS Atlus and considering how they’re VEEEEERRRRY picky when it comes to making content and making sure it’s canon, and considering the devs said in interviews “we want to explore the characters in a way we weren’t able to explore in their parent games” and the fact we seem to have some sort of interactions with the characters (possibly taking place off screen in P3/5’s actual games), it’s seems that Atlus wants to make that at least canon.

            tldr; Nothing’s been confirmed people are just misinterpreting their words. Atlus is very picky and fluid with their canon which means it totally possible this game is canon (or at least parts of it is). So we shouldn’t jump to any conclusions.

          • I want to say that I completely agree with your point as well as add something that furthers it: I stated that the story mode was pretty much not canon, not that it isn’t. We know that there is no story mode, so there’s no canon story mode, which was what I was inferring to. The comments made by characters could very well be canon depending on what is said. Only time will tell. I’m sure we’ll get some great dialogue seeing as they’re not trying to craft a story in a very distinct spin-off.

          • sillyfudgemonkeys

            Ah ok! Thanks for clearing that up! :) And yup only time can tell, hopefully they’ll reveal more info so we can get more of an idea of what they’re going for. ;w;

          • Jason Ryer

            I thought I said that.. link to part were Atlus Japan said 3 and 5 are not cause of the conversation systems. Hell we don’t even know much about the systems and ppl tripping.

  • Sabrena

    RIP my wallet -_-

  • I need some dates for the states, hopefully it a 2018 release

    • Jason Ryer

      Fall 2018 to winter. Atlus gonna be busy. Japan release is may and same day world wide with Atlus us is a joke. They got a game or 2 a month dropping starting feb.radient histortia Feb, allience alive and they are helping on Yakuza 6 in March,April -may probably smt redux, Caligua Effect PS4 june-August,Yakuza kiwai 2 late summer,Catherine winter 2018-2019,persona dance in the middle, Val 4 tda, shining res tda. They function as helping Sega USA As well.

  • Cait Lieber

    Seeing that it took almost a year for P5 to come west, it’ll probably be a while, so unless they release it to the west in 2018, I’ll just play the Japanese version.

    • Clari

      I don’t think it’ll be at that level; the mainline persona game was definitely a longer project, but I optimistically consider: Persona 4 Dancing all night came out in June 2015 in JP, then September 2015 for US. Hopefully it’ll be just as quick!

      • Cait Lieber

        Yeah you’re right! I didn’t think about that, I hope it comes out quick too.

        • Jason Ryer

          There’s also no true story mode so let’s see what plot mode is in these first.

    • Pit93

      Less than 7 months now equals almost a year? Ok…

  • billy

    Where can I import that ps4 deluxe edition with p4DAN?!?!

    • Jason Ryer

      Play Asia but I’d wait til we see the Atlus USA Bundle first.

  • Senpai Otaku

    HYPED FOR THE P3D one more than the P5D one but im getting one of the LE versions for sure

  • Camila YN
  • Agus Tri Maulidyanto
  • Kane

    Many different editions available on Amazon Japan (22: 11 on ViTA, 11 on PS4) and 8 of them are dedicated to the P3D+P5D bundle.

  • João Ribeiro

    I’d much prefer an announcement of Persona 5 Arena or P5 characters for cross tag battle, but oh well, I guess this is cool for rhythm fans.

    • Jason Ryer

      P4dance was cannon as it showed the rise concert talked about in ultimax. Any plot in p3/5dan will be too.

      • João Ribeiro

        It’s very unlikely they’ll release a demo though, and seeing that I’m terrible at rhythm games with the exception theatrhythm, I will still pass on this and wait for p5arena.

        • Jason Ryer

          The rythem shit was stupidly easy compaired to project Miku f.