For many rhythm game fans, mastering hard mode of a title takes every bit of skill and luck to be successful and Persona 4: Dancing All Night is no exception. So how does it compare to the queen of rhythm games, Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F?

For those who have been living under a rock for the past year, Persona 4: Dancing All Night is a rhythm game spinoff of the massively popular PS Vita title: Persona 4: Golden. With every genre in video game history, any new game is going to be compared to what’s arguably the best and most popular that’s on the system. With Project Diva ruling the rhythm world on the Vita, it’s only fair to see how they both match up on hard mode.

First up:  Persona 4: Dancing All Night

Next up: Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd

Both games require the best reflexes and dexterity in order to master the hard/expert mode. Which do you think will be the hardest game in the end, Persona 4: Dancing All Night or the Hatsune Miku: Project Diva series?

Persona 4: Dancing All Night will be releasing Fall 2015. Please click here for more coverage of the game.



  • Logan Graham

    P4D looks difficult, but it really has nothing on Miku’s obscene difficulty.

  • Ichigo Yoite

    you need some time to get used to P4D but then it feels pretty easy…but I havent tried hard mode yet and now that I’ve seen that vid I think I’ll wait a bit longer before I try ^^;

  • Yuan

    While P4D get some time to get used to it, it doesn’t have crazy button mashing like Extreme difficulty in Project Diva series. It does get more chaotic in All Night difficulty (with addition of diagonal dual press), but it’s nothing as crazy as button mashing in Project Diva. Though it can be pretty difficult to get King Crazy because you need to pay attention to the blue scratch too.