Persona 4: Dancing All Night Game's Tutorial Videos Streamed
posted on by Kiara Valdez
Atlus began streaming two new tutorial videos starring the Persona 4 character Teddie for its Persona 4: Dancing All Night PlayStation Vita rhythm game on Thursday. In the tutorials, Teddie introduces the game's basic controls and explains how to appropriately handle the different notes that appear on the screen.
Japanese retailer Lawson also previewed the Lawson Original Costume DLC for Nanako, Kanami, and the protagonist that will come with copies of the game purchased at its Loppi/HMV online store.
The game will be released in Japan on June 25, and first copies will come bundled with a Blu-ray containing footage from Persona 5. A special "crazy value pack" will ship on the same day, and will contain a collector's box with an original illustration, the PS Vita game, a 2-disc original soundtrack, as well as three pieces of DLC:
The DLC will also be available in the PlayStation Store for purchase some time after the game has been released.
A "premium crazy box" will be also ship, and the box contains the crazy value pack, as well as a limited edition PlayStation Vita system with a Persona 4: Dancing All Night design.
The game was originally slated for last fall but was delayed until this year. The website also previously listed Dingo as a developing partner, but now only lists Atlus and Sega.
The story of the game begins half a year after the Inaba City serial murder case was solved and Rise Kujikawa returns to the world of entertainment. As rumors begin spreading that "at midnight, if you see a strange video playing on a certain site, you are transported to the 'other side' and will never wake up again," members of the idol group "Kanamin Kitchen," which includes Rise's underclassman Kanami Mashita (voiced by Minako Kotobuki), are disappearing.
In the game, the "Hero," Rise, Kanami, Yosuke, Chie, Kanji, Yukiko, Naoto, Nanako, and other Persona 4 characters engage in a "dance battle" with the Shadows in the mysterious world of 'Mayonaka Stage.'"
Atlus USA confirmed that it will release the game in North America.