The PlayStation Vita has been getting a ton of third-party support lately, which is impressive considering the handheld released over five years ago. The Vita is getting a slew of upcoming handheld exclusive titles (games released alongside the PS4 versions). Here is a list of the most notable upcoming PS Vita handheld exclusives launching in the coming years.
Persona 5: Dancing Star Night
Atlus and P Studio is currently developing a pair of Persona dancing spinoff titles, Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night and Persona 5: Dancing Star Night, for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita next year. Both games are set to launch on both platform in the spring of 2018 — still, no official US release date but Atlus is more than likely going to bring the two dance games to the states.
Both Persona dancing games are being developed by the lead staff of Persona 4: Dancing All Night, which hit PlayStation Vita in 2015. We loved Persona 4: Dancing All Night, we said:
Persona 4: Dancing All Night is a celebration for the end of the P4 era. We’ve watched this group of best friends grow up and mold into different people than we expected, and this is your final goodbye. The music is outstanding, with many songs that will lift your spirits and smother you with mass amounts of Persona nostalgia. I highly recommend this game to any rhythm game fan, and especially to Persona fans.
There aren’t many details on the two new Persona dancing games, but a pair of trailers shows the main characters — including Junpei, Yukari and Aigis from Persona 3 and Joker, Ryuji, Ann and Makato from Persona 5 — dancing to some remixed music. We can assume that these dancing spinoffs will include a brand-new story that features the lovable casts of Persona 3 and Persona 5.