At this weekend's Evolution Championship Series (better known as EVO) fighting game evet, a reveal showcased some of the warriors who will be trading blows with the BlazBlue cadre in Cross Tag Battle. Along with BlazBlue Centralfiction characters, this will feature characters from Persona 4 Arena, Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[st], and even Rooster Teeth's RWBY!
Demon summoning gave way to dancing as Megami Tensei tried out rhythm gaming in last year's Persona 4: Dancing All Night. Its Arabian Armor take on former-idol Rise Kujikawa is now the subject of a figure from AQUAMARINE, set to be distributed by Good Smile Company, and on sale ahead of a release next May. Get a look after the jump.
On the heels of their Re:ZERO Subaru track suit, Cosplay is now preparing something a little less suitable for a trip to the convenience store. Their Cospatio cosplay-wear label has announced the intention to release maid outfits inspired by Rem and Ram's. Still in development, five ladies sizes are planned for a winter release.
Atlus updated Persona 4: Dancing All Night with the second-to-last bit of DLC, bringing Hatsune Miku's version of "Heaven (ATOLS Remix)" into the rhythm game along with some other goodies. On top of Miku, two music tracks and the Nanako costume set are also available. Hit the jump for more.
Persona 4: Dancing All Night is officially out on PS Vita in North America, so Atlus is marking the occasion with a new launch trailer that sets up the rhythm-based return of the Investigation Team. More after the jump.
We've seen Japanese footage of Persona 4: Dancing All Night's Hatsune Miku DLC, but now we can rest assured that it's coming to the Americas, as well. Atlus confirmed plans to localize the Vocaloid's downloadable content, which makes her playable in Free Dance Mode along with her song "Heaven feat. Hatsune Miku (ATOLS Remix)." Read on for more.
Atlus shared a couple of new English Persona 4: Dancing All Night trailers, and they're just in time for the PS Vita rhythm game's North American launch next week. The latest previews focus on DLC characters Tohru Adachi and Marie, both of which will be available in Free Dance Mode for $4.99 each. More after the jump.
Atlus posted a couple behind-the-scenes interview videos for Persona 4: Dancing All Night, serving up chats with two of the localized version's English voice actors. Watch as PR Manager John Hardin talks Kanji Tatsumi with Matt Mercer, followed by a chat with Naoto Shirogane voice actress Valerie Arem. Hit the jump to watch.
The road between otaku media and gambling went down a few new avenues this week as Taiyo Elec launched a site and promo for a pachiko machine based on the Persona 4 RPG. Meanwhile PKE has posted a site and teaser movie for a High School DxD pachislot machine. Get a look after the jump.
Atlus has two more English character trailers for Persona 4: Dancing All Night, this time putting the spotlight on Nanako Dojima and Margaret after the jump.
Atlus followed up the initial announcement of Persona 4: Dancing All Night's Hatsune Miku DLC with a brief gameplay promo, and thanks to Dengeki we have some more samples of the Vocaloid superstar in action. More after the jump.
NIS America set a date for Persona 4: Dancing All Night's European release. The PS Vita rhythm game will launch in the region on November 6 both physically and digitally, and will also be available in a limited Disco Fever edition. More after the jump.
Atlus released a trio of new trailers for Persona 4: Dancing All Night, including a character trailer and a couple lyric videos. First up is the introduction to the Detective Prince, Naoto Shirogane, after the jump.