Atlus set a concrete North American release date for Persona 4: Dancing All Night. The PS Vita rhythm game hits retail and digital on September 29, and a couple new character trailers arrived to join in on the celebration. Hit the jump for more.
Atlus USA started releasing English versions of the Persona 4: Dancing All Night character promos, kicking off the beat with introductions to Rise Kujikawa and Yu Narukami after the jump.
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.
Teased at various figure events earlier this year, the anticipated Fate/stay night[Unlimited Blade Works] Rin Tohsaka (2.0 version) poseable figma is now available for pre-order. The popular mage is joined by Persona 4 Arena's Ultimax Yu Narukami on Good Smile Company's September release schedule. Then, in time for Halloween, Silent Hill's Bubble Head Nurse is due, along with a re-release of the "Red Pyramid Thing."
Persona 4: Dancing All Night is headed for a June 25 launch in Japan, and that’s unfortunately a very long time to wait — much too long for my tastes. In anticipation of the release, Atlus has relaunched the Japanese website for Persona 4: Dancing All Night, with a slew of new information and question and answer session from producer Kazuhisa Wada. Hit the jump for more!
A Persona 4 The Golden Animation event—officially dubbed Junes New Year Golden Thanks Fair 2015— is set to take place in Japan this month. Persona 4 voice actors will be making an appearance, and fans can look forward to a slew of special goods. More after the jump.
The official website for the upcoming stage play adaptation of the Persona 4 The Ultimate in Mayonaka Arena fighting game today finally posted visuals for the protagonist Yu Narukami played by Keisuke Minami and the new Chie Satonaka by Makoto Koichi. Check the latest information after the jump.
Following the previous six: Chie, Rise, Yukiko, Yosuke, Kanji, and Elizabeth, five more character visuals for the upcoming stage play adaptation of the Persona 4 The Ultimate in Mayonaka Arena fighting game have been revealed. Check the stage version of Mitsuru Kirijo, Akihiko Sanada, Naoto Shirogane, Aigis, and Labrys after the jump.
Only eight days before the premiere, the official website for the upcoming stage play adaptation of the Persona 4 The Ultimate in Mayonaka Arena fighting game today announced that 26-year-old voice actress Mariya Ise, who was originally cast as Chie Satonaka, had to leave the play due to her illness. Hit the jump for more details.