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Kanami Joins Persona 4: Dancing All Night in This New Trailer
One more idol clocking in on the dance floor.
03.09.15 - 3:08 PM

Previously making an appearance only in Persona 4: The Golden Animation, Kanami Mashita is back for Persona 4: Dancing All Night to shake what her momma gave her as a playable idol. Scope out her moves in the trailer below.

If you're wondering why Kanami sounds like in she's in such turmoil, she's worried that she's put on weight because her costume top is fitting just a little too snugly. She also hopes the sun will still be shining during an upcoming event. Later, she delves into her motivation to become an idol, and how she was inspired by a special someone. She describes herself as a bit of an outsider, with few friends as a child. Because of this, being called a "friend" means everything in the world to her. She wants to know your opinion at the very end of the trailer.

Kanami has been described as a character that will always look for the bright side in situations, and will always give it her all. She is joining fellow previously-revealed idols Rise Kujikawa and Yu Narukami.

Persona 4: Dancing All Night will be released in Japan for the PlayStation Vita on June 25th. A Western release date has not yet been revealed.


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