Persona 4: Dancing All Night Rise Kujikawa Trailer

Monday, February 23rd, 2015

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Persona 4 Dancing All Night

Atlus has given us a new preview video for their forthcoming rhythm game Persona 4: Dancing All Night. In this video, we get to see the popular and beloved Rise Kujikawa proclaiming the true strength of an idol singer and going through numerous costume changes while showing off her impressive dance moves. If this preview is anything to go by, the game is going to look and sound fantastic.

Fans of Persona 4 will be thrilled to see that Rise has fully returned to her life as an singer and performer after spending time away due to growing disenchanted with the idol profession. However, not all is well in the world as people are being spiritually abducted when they watch a strange video streaming on a specific website at midnight. When this happens to Rise’s friend and fellow idol singer Kanami Mashita (debuting as a playable character for the first time), Rise heads to the mysterious world called ‘Midnight Stage’ to dance off against the beings responsible for these incidents and win Kanami’s soul back. But Rise’s not taking this challenge on alone. She’s reached out to her friend and Persona 4 protagonist Yu Narukami, who reassembles the Investigative Team to deal with this new threat. Let’s all hope they brought their dancing shoes this time because they’re gonna need ’em!

Persona 4: Dancing All Night is scheduled for release in Japan on June 25th, 2015 on the PS Vita. A North American release has been confirmed but a date has not been established yet.


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