Persona 4: Dancing All Night is an odd beast. When it was first announced, there seemed to be quite a bit of confused reactions. It seemed that Atlus was trying to take the Square Enix tactic of milking a popular game for all it is worth. Sane people would point out that this led to quite a few sub-par products from Square, especially in their Final Fantasy VII line. Still, it was a profitable venture. Further inspection of this odd title, though, shows that the reasoning behind this isn’t crass. It is intended to be a love letter to the music of Persona and its fans.