The Persona 5 trailer that dropped today may be the most exciting thing to come out of Atlus in a long while, but a pair of fresh Persona 4: Dancing All Night clips is also reinvigorating our interest in the PlayStation Vita rhythm game.
Rather than focusing on gameplay — though there is some of that — the above trailer for Dancing All Night highlights the game's selection of remixed tunes and the unbridled enthusiasm of players getting their hands on a Persona rhythm game. You'll get a taste of musical arrangements from Norihiko Hibino (Metal Gear Solid, Bayonetta), Akira Yamaoka (Silent Hill, Lollipop Chainsaw), Shinichi Osawa (aka Mondo Grosso), Yuu Miyake (Katamari Damacy, Tekken) and Towa Tei of Deee-Lite fame.
There's also a look at Persona 4: Dancing All Night's bundles for Japan: the Crazy Value Pack, which includes the soundtrack and DLC, and the Premium Crazy Box, which also includes a sharp looking Persona-themed PS Vita. Here's a closer look.
Today's other important Persona 4: Dancing All Night trailer is a look at the game's opening theme, "Dance." There's not a single second of gameplay in the nearly-four minute video. It's just music, lyrics and art.
It's also great.
Persona 4: Dancing All Night is coming to PlayStation Vita in Japan on June 25.