Inside the TV, the protagonist and Yosuke find that there is a pathway to an area resembling Inaba.
There, in this realm created by the true feelings of Saki called the Twisted Shopping District, Yosuke's repressed feelings of how he was not really liked by Saki, whom he harbored an unrequited deep crush on, manifest into a clone-like figure of himself.
Calling Chie her Prince Charming, Shadow Yukiko asks her Prince Charming to take her somewhere far, far away to escape her fate of inheriting the Amagi Inn.
Confused and shocked, Yukiko begs Shadow Yukiko to stop.
As with Persona 3, the game is a turn-based RPG akin to most games of the Shin Megami Tensei series, although this game's plot is rather unique compared to other games in general and in its series as it is based off a murder mystery.
Persona 4 follows a group of high school students dealing with a mysterious TV channel dedicated to distorting and exaggerating the truth of who they are and their identities.
The game was developed by Atlus for the Play Station 2, and was ported to the Play Station 3's Play Station Store as a downloadable classic akin to Persona 3 FES, but only in North/South America.
An enhanced port of Persona 4, Persona 4 Golden, was released for the PS Vita / PS TV.
Shadow Yukiko expresses her disgust with inheriting the inn, and playfully confesses to the protagonist, Yosuke, and Chie.
They both warn Chie that she shouldn't enter since she lacks a Persona, though she ignores the warning.
On the 2nd floor of the castle, Chie is caught up with and her emotions manifest and battle the pair as Shadow Chie who revels in Chie's jealousy of Yukiko; though after its defeat, Shadow Chie turns into Chie's own Persona, and Chie joins the trio as the third combatant.
He is living with his uncle Ryotaro Dojima and his younger cousin Nanako Dojima, and attends Yasogami High School, where he becomes friends with Chie Satonaka, Yukiko Amagi and Yosuke Hanamura.
His uncle Dojima is a police detective, whose primary assistant is a man named Tohru Adachi.
Unfortunately, Yukiko is kidnapped eventually, and afterwards clear and vivid images of her appear on the Midnight Channel.