Persona 4: Dancing All Night is out now in Japan, so Atlus went ahead and uploaded its opening movie. See the cheery dance animation that kicks off the PS Vita rhythm game after the jump.
Better catch the latest Persona 5 trailer while it's hot, it might not be online for too long. That's because this one is from the Special Blu-ray Movie that came as part of Persona 4: Dancing All Night first-print copies in Japan. Hit the jump to watch.
Atlus USA released a small batch of English screens for Persona 4: Dancing All Night, which is coming to North America this fall. The screens show off some of the rhythm game's costumes and its menus and modes, and Atlus is quick to remind everyone that there is indeed a proper Story Mode. Hit the jump for more.
Atlus announced some more DLC plans for Persona 4: Dancing All Night, which launches in Japan this week. The PS Vita rhythm game will be adding Marie to the Free Dance mode roster via paid DLC on July 30, with Tohru Adachi to follow on August 6. Hit the jump for a pair of trailers.
North American publisher UDON Entertainment, known for their original and translated art books, graphic novels, and manga, has announced plans to release Shuuji Sogabe's manga adaptation of the Persona 4 RPG. Volume 1 is scheduled for September, priced $13.99 with future volumes bi-monthly through the end of 2015 and into 2016. The nine-volume 2008 ongoing runs in Japan's Dengeki Maoh.
Singer/dancer/model Namie Amuro has teamed up with Vocaloid counterpart Hatsune Miku for track "B Who I Want 2 B feat. HATSUNE MIKU" on Amuro's dance and R&B focused 12th album, "_Genic." This was originally called "B Who I Want 2 B feat. U hum sneak it," with "U hum sneak it" serving as an anagram for "HATSUNE MIKU."
Margaret is an unlockable character in Persona 4: Dancing All Night, and if you ever wondered what it would be like to see her dance, Atlus has the answer. Watch her in action in the character trailer after the jump.
We've seen quite a few Persona 4 cast members dancin' all night in the appropriately titled Persona 4: Dancing All Night, and now it's Teddie's turn to strut his stuff. Watch as he hits the dance floor in the latest trailer after the jump.
Atlus announced a more specific release window for Persona 4: Dancing All Night. The PS Vita rhythm game is coming to the Americas this fall, and it will also be available in a special Disco Fever Edition. Details and a new trailer after the jump.
Folks in Japan who purchase Persona 4: Dancing All Night at Loppi and HMV will get special costumes themed around convenience store franchise Lawson for Nanako, Kanami, and the protagonist. See the outfits in action after the jump.
One of the recently announced paid sets in the first wave of Persona 4: Dancing All Night DLC is School Festival Cross-Dressing + Seaweed Set, which delivers a sukeban costume and a high school girl look to the protagonist and Yosuke, respectively, while draping Kanji in a "sexy dress." See a sample of those along with Kanji's Seaweed costume in the trailer after the jump.
We've seen a handful of character trailers for Persona 4: Dancing All Night, but those aren't the only players joining in on the rhythm game action. According to the latest issue of Famitsu you'll be able to play as Teddie without his costume, and Margaret will be unlockable for Free Dance mode. Hit the jump for more.
The previous Persona 4: Dancing All Night promo we posted centered on the swimsuit costumes coming to the rhythm game as a first-print bonus. Now we have one that's less scantily-clad, with a focus on Dancing All Night's collaboration with Japanese electronics company Denon. Hit the jump for more.
At their Anime Central panel, Aniplex of America announced plans to release 2014's Persona 4 the Golden Animation in two volumes, July 30th, and September 29th. More after the jump.