The latest DLC for Persona 4: Dancing All Night has hit the PlayStation Store this week in North America, and owners of the game can now get down with Hatsune Miku and her new rendition of the song “Heaven.”

Below is a video that gives you a preview of the electronic remix;

The $4.99 set is for solo dance only, but Atlus also released the P4G Animation Set at $1.99 which includes two new tracks; “Next Chance to Move On.” and “Dazzling Smile.” Those new tracks can only be played with versions of the animations from the anime series that come with the DLC.

And finally the last piece of content was the 3-costume Nanako set priced at $2.99; this set features Nanako’s swimsuit, summer clothes, and detective clothes.

If you haven’t checked out the review for Persona 4: Dancing All Night you can read it by clicking here, but I’m sure you’re already playing the game – right? 😉

  • Lester Paredes

    Should I beat Persona 4 first? Or is it okay to play this without having done so? I mean, I’m rectifying the grave mistake of never having beaten P4 now, but I was just wondering if I could get away with some rhythm fun when I get tired of grinding and fusing.

    that kinda sounds dirty…

    • Ichigo Yoite

      I recommend playing P4 first – there are some references to it here and there in P4D and its also just so much better to see all the characters from P4 dancing in P4D – on the other hand…since P4 is so good and you would jump directly into P4D after beating P4 you might not like P4D as much as people who have been craving more P4-World action for quite some time.

      Its actually really a hard decision 😛 But I would say play P4 first!

      • Lester Paredes

        Thanks! I was wondering because I’m going through P4 currently and was thinking about what games I should play when I get tired of grinding levels. I still don’t know what to do, but I think I’ll play it safe and play some killzone and ridge racer when that happens.