Persona 3 Dancing Moon Night & Persona 5 Dancing Star Night to support PSVR on PlayStation 4

Persona 3 Dancing Moon Night & Persona 5 Dancing Star Night to support PSVR on PlayStation 4

It has been announced that both Persona 3 Dancing Moon Night and Persona 5 Dancing Star Night will support PSVR on the PlayStation 4.

Persona dancing games to have PSVR support on PlayStation 4

Japan’s PlayStation Blog revealed that both Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night and Persona 5: Dancing Star Night will be PSVR compatible. No further information has yet been revealed about the nature of the PSVR compatibility. If it’s significant instead of just one VR stage, it’ll make them a must buy for me.

Persona 3 Dancing

The Persona series is just amazing. If you haven’t played them yet, stop dancing & start playing them.

Are you so excited by this news that you could dance? If so, go ahead. And then please comment below and let us know all about it.

That’s right! The wait is almost over. You will soon be able to see your favourite Persona waifu in VR!

Both games will be released on May the 24th, 2018.

So, I hope that you liked this article. If so, you may be interested in the New Persona anime & Persona dancing details article. Alternatively, you could read the Persona 5 voted the best game of all time article.

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One comment on “Persona 3 Dancing Moon Night & Persona 5 Dancing Star Night to support PSVR on PlayStation 4”

  1. ckmishn says:

    Suppose this series is a victim of XBox’s poor sales in Japan? I ask because the one thing that everyone agrees the Kinect did well was dancing games. Granted I’d take the PS Move’s shooting mechanic over the Kinect’s dancing advantage any day (and both are dead regardless).

    I know that Sony did have a camera available for the PlayStation. I wonder if previous Persona dancing games supported it, and, if so, how well it worked.


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