Persona 3 Dancing Moon Night & Persona 5 Dancing Star Night Releases May 24


Japanese video game developer and publisher Atlus recently held a livestream event focusing on their upcoming games in the Persona series, namely the two new rhythm based spin-offs Persona 3 Dancing Moon Night and Persona 5 Dancing Star Night. The event has revealed that the two games will be releasing on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in Japan on May 24th. New trailers and character visuals were also revealed.


The second promotional video has been released for Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night, previewing more songs and the characters with dancing fever:

And here is the game’s announcement video:

The first set of character visuals for the game have been revealed for P3D:

  • Makoto Yuki

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  • Yukari Takeba

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  • Junpei Iori

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  • Shinjiro Aragaki

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  • Aigis

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  • Mitsuru Kirijo

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Details for Persona 5 Dancing Star Night has also been revealed, alongside the key visual image:


The second promotional video for Persona 5 Dancing Star Night has also been revealed showing off the Phantom Thieves with their new threads stealing the dance floor:

And here is the game’s announcement video:

The character visuals were revealed for P5D, showing off the new designs:

  • Ren Amamiya



  • Ryuji Sakamoto



  • Ann Takamaki



  • Makoto Niijima



  • Yusuke Kitagawa



  • Morgana


The two rhythm games are based on the 2014 title Persona 4: Dancing All Night, which was co-developed by DingoThe games themselves featured remixed songs from the parent games where players will have dance battles against shadows. The original dancing game was set one year after the events of Persona 4 – no details on whether this would be case in the two new games have been confirmed.

The Persona series started off in 1996 on the PlayStation as a spin off in the Megami Tensei. Titled Megami Ibunroku Persona, or Revelations: Persona in the west, the game featured a series of high school characters who could summon a persona, a physical representation of their personality. The game received positive reviews and is considered as a hit. Since then, 3 main line games were released and numerous spin offs, re-releases and adaptations. Persona 2 released in 1999 and was made up of two games:Innocent Sin and Eternal Punishment. The game was a success in Japan but the game failed to receive good international support. The next game wouldn’t release until 2006 on the PlayStation 2. Persona 3 was a massive hit in both Japan and overseas selling over 500,000 units worldwide. Persona 4 followed the same path of success in 2008. The latest main line title is 2016’s Persona 5, releasing on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 to similar acclaim. with over 1.5 Million copies sold worldwide. The series has also seen numerous spin-offs, adaptations and direct sequels.


The two new rythm Persona spin-off titles, Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night and Persona 5 Dancing Star Night, will both be released on the PS4 and Vita on May 24th in Japan. More details about the title will be revealed at a later date.

You can visit the dancing games’ website here:
And follow the series on Twitter: @p_kouhou

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