You can dance when you want to, but if you don't want to leave your Investigation Team friends behind, you'll need to wait until Fall 2015. Atlus has narrowed down the North American release window for Persona 4: Dancing All Night and introduced a special edition for true personiacs.
Dancing All Night reunites the cast of Persona 4 and sets them against a new menace that, naturally, can only be defeated through the power of rhythmic gyration. It's also pretty proud to be a PS Vita/TV exclusive in otherwise dark times (opens in new tab) - pre-orders come with a complimentary Vita skin and 10 wallpapers, and the "Disco Fever" edition even includes an exclusive carrying pouch.
The $79.99 special edition also offers a two-disc soundtrack set full of original songs and remixes, a Teddie keychain, and codes for the Gekkoukan High School and summer break outfit sets. The standard retail and digital versions of the game will cost $49.99.
Persona 4 Golden (opens in new tab) has long reigned as the best PS Vita game (opens in new tab), so it will be fun to see how Atlus spins that goodwill toward the oddly vibrant world of handheld rhythm titles. At the very least, it should make the wait for Persona 5 (opens in new tab) a bit more bear-able.