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Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Persona 4
Atlus has released the penultimate DLC set for Persona 4: Dancing All Night. Three downloads are on offer: Hatsune Miku’s version of Heaven (ATOLS Remix), playable in Solo Dance; the Persona 4 Golden Animation Set, which includes two tracks; and the Nanako costume set. Info on upcoming download plans can be found here on the official site.
Synergy! Atlus and Sega are teaming up to provide rhythm fans a what-if combo with the reveal that Hatsune Miku will be a downloadable character in Persona 4: Dancing All Night. The virtual idol will be available for $4.99 on October 20, and she will be bringing along Heaven feat. Hatsune Miku (ATOLS Remix). Players will be able to select her in Free Dance Mode.
Atlus has released some new media from Persona 4’s rhythm-based spin-off Dancing All Night. The latest trailers and screenshots highlight the recently announced downloadable characters Tohru Adachi and Marie. Adachi will be available in Free Dance Mode with Yu as his partner and come bundled with The Fog (Atlus Konishi Remix) for $4.99. Marie will also be available for $4.99, with Margaret as her dance partner, along with the track Break Out Of…(Shihoko Hirata & Lotus Juice). For those unsure about whether to go with the standard edition or the Disco Fever Edition, Atlus has released an unboxing video detailing both versions.
Atlus has released two new character videos for Persona 4: Dancing All Night. The latest trailer highlights Nanako and Margaret. Nanako takes a trip to visit Yu and gets a chance to perform for Rise’s manager, while Margaret continues to serve as the Velvet Room’s representative. A set of screenshots were also released for each trailer, and both batches can be found below.
Three new videos have gone live for Persona 4: Dancing All Night. Two are lyric videos for Snowflakes (Narasaki Remix) and Time to make history (Akira Yamaoka Remix), while the third is a character video starring Naoto Shirogane. A handful of new shots featuring the famed detective were also released.
Atlus has detailed a set of free downloadable content for Persona 4: Dancing All Night. For the first week of the game’s release, until September 29, early buyers will be able to download the Girls’ Swimsuit Set for use in Free Dance Mode. The pack includes summertime costumes for Chie, Naoto, Rise, and Yukiko. Speaking of Yukiko, she features in several of the new screenshots and is the focus of the latest character trailer. Check them out below.
Two new trailers for Persona 4: Dancing All Night have gone live, showcasing the smooth moves of Kanji Tatsumi and Yosuke Hanamura. The duo join the rest of the Investigative Team in a mission to save Rise’s friends and latest music project, Kanamin Kitchen. New screenshots have also been posted, offering but a hint of the funky, funky moves that will be on offer.
Chie gets down with her bad meat-eating, kung-fu self in the latest gameplay trailer for Persona 4: Dancing All Night. As a fun tie-in, today is Chie’s birthday in Persona lore, so Atlus is giving her some time in the spotlight. And as is only appropriate, she’s dancing to Carl Douglas’ classic ode to kung fu. To add to the festivities, a second video was released for Backside of the TV (Lotus Juice remix).
Persona 4: Dancing All Night has been officially dated for September 29. Two new additions were also announced for the rhythm-based spin-off, Kanami Mashita and Teddie. Mashita is the protégé of Rise as well as the leader of a new pop group, Kanamin Kitchen. Teddie returns in his regular form as well as his crazy General form from the Arena fighter series. Eight new screens and two new character trailers have also been posted to get a look at the two in action, and so you can get down with authority (with a weird person-bear-thing).