Rise Kujikawa, Teddie and the rest of the Investigation Team from Persona 4 are back to save the world, but they've got to dance to do it this time.

Atlus has released two new trailers for Persona 4: Dancing All Night on its Japanese YouTube channel, accompanying that awesome Persona 5 video that was released earlier. Six months after the end of Persona 4, media personality Rise Kujikawa returned to the TV screen. After supernatural occurrences started happening in her area, she had to rally the Investigation Team back together to find the cause of these disturbances and stop them. Instead of fighting monsters and summoning spirits to protect them, Yu Narukami and the crew must dance the night away to ward off this otherworldly menace. Luckily, Atlus' expected pop-filled Persona soundtrack will make the perfect ally.

Persona 4: Dancing All Night will launch in Japan on June 25 for PS Vita. While there has been no word yet on its Western release, we have a feeling it'll be brought over due to its large fanbase in North America and Europe and the English lyrics in most of the songs we've heard so far -- there's nowhere near as much text to translate in Dancing All Night music game compared the previous Persona RPGs. According to the trailer, Atlus has all sorts of goodies lined up for Dancing All Night, such as the "Premium Crazy Box" version of the game, which includes that catchy soundtrack, DLC, an exclusive game case and more. The bonus item that caught our attention the most is some sort of special movie on Blu-ray for Persona 5. Stay tuned for more updates on Persona 4: Dancing All Night once Atlus releases more info.

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