Similar to the quick unboxing the Persona Stalker Club did in episode 16 of that talk show, the Dengeki PlayStation publication have shown an unboxing of the Persona 4: Dancing All Night “Premium Crazy Box” limited edition release.
Only releasing in Japan, this is the version of the game which includes the special Persona 4: Dancing All Night special edition PlayStation Vita.
A remix version of “Dance!” can be heard throughout the video, in the background.
Like the “Crazy Value Pack,” the “Premium Crazy Box” art work featuring Teddie will have a foil finish. Additionally. the letters “P4D” on the side have been die-cut, creating an overall “playful” and “stylish” design.
The “Premium Crazy Box,” which retails for 28,890 yen, includes the following:
- Persona 4: Dancing All Night game.
- Full 2-Disc soundtrack.
- Gekkoukan School Uniform and Plain Summer Vacation Clothes DLC sets.
- “Never More – Persona 4 Golden version” DLC song.
- Special edition PlayStation Vita handheld console.
Additionally, the Persona 5 special Blu-ray movie disc and the DLC “Women’s Swimwear Set” are also included, which is the same for first-print copies of the standard release of the game and the “Crazy Value Pack” edition.
The special edition Vita console comes with a pre-installed Persona 4: Dancing All Night theme which has 10 different backgrounds. Also, the theme features a song remix that was designed uniquely for the Vita’s home screen background music: “Signs of Love (Funky HOME Mix).”
Additionally, Dengeki PlayStation have shown off new Persona 4: Dancing All Night screenshots for the downloadable content which are included with the “Premium Crazy Box.”
Gekkoukan High School Uniforms
The Persona 3 Gekkoukan High School uniform set which is available for Yu, Yosuke, Chie, Yukiko, Kanji, Rise and Naoto.
Persona 4 Golden Plain Summer Clothes
The epilogue summer costumes from Persona 4 Golden with different hairstyles and different clothes, available for Yu, Yosuke, Chie, Yukiko, Kanji, Rise and Naoto. Nanako also has her own version.
“Never More – Persona 4 Golden Version”
The ending song of Persona 4 played to the Persona 4 Golden epilogue credits scene.
Persona 4: Dancing All Night is slated for a Japanese release on June 25, 2015. The PlayStation Vita exclusive rhythm game has recently been announced for a North American release in fall 2015.