Persona 4: Dancing All Night to Launch in September
Atlus unveiled two new videos and an official release date for Persona 4: Dancing All Night, as Hatsune Miku will join the game as DLC.
The Persona series' Japanese website revealed that the faux vocaloid artist Hatsune Miku will be joining Dancing All Night as downloadable content. Hatsune's DLC is expected to launch sometime next month in Japan, though the game itself has yet to launch in North America. Likewise, Atlus has yet to confirm Miku's DLC release outside of Japan. Nevertheless, we have a feeling the popularity of the digital pop idol will cement her appearance in the Western version of the game. She'll most likely appear in a couple songs for you to play featuring her on screen, complete with a Persona-style makeover.
The first of two character spotlight videos released by Atlus features Rise's successor, Kanami Mashita (provided above). While we've seen Japanese video footage of Kanami before, this time we get to hear her official English dubbing. Kanami was referred to previously in Persona 4, but Dancing All Night marks her on-screen debut as she plays a vital role in the game's story. Of course, you can't have a JRPG-influenced PS Vita experience without some pervy underwear scenes. Atlus also posted a character spotlight video that focuses on Teddie (provided below). Watch this mascot from the Midnight Channel dance his way to the stage alongside Yu, Rise and the rest of the Investigation Team.
Persona 4: Dancing All Night will debut on the PS Vita starting Sept. 29. Its launch and digital editions will cost $49.99, while the Disco Fever edition, which includes a two-disc soundtrack, a PS Vita pouch, DLC outfits and a golden Teddie keychain, will cost $79.99.
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