Chie’s was better.
Kanji had a tough act to follow- the last trailer for Persona 4: Dancing All night showed off everybody’s favorite, Chie Satonaka, grooving and dancing to the music of Persona, and naturally, any trailer that followed that one right after would feel a bit underwhelming. And sure enough, while Kanji is a bro and cool and all, watching him dance just doesn’t have quite the same effect as watching Chie dance did.
But enough of all that. The new trailer (in Japanese) shows off some of Kanji’s dance moves, while also showcasing some of his story in the game (so if you know any Japanese, you should be able to get some idea of exactly how the characters of Persona 4 ended up in a dance off).
Persona 4: Dancing All night will release exclusively on the PlayStation Vita in June in Japan, with a worldwide release following later this year. It will be the final Persona 3/4 branded game before persona 5 launches exclusively on PS3 and PS4 later this year.