When it rains, it pours – and Atlus appears to have taken that old adage to heart. Fresh from revealing that hotly anticipated sequel Persona 5 will arrive in North America next year, the publisher has also confirmed that PlayStation 3 fighter Persona 4 Arena Ultimax and bizarre PlayStation Vita rhythm game Persona 4 Dancing All Night are also coming overseas.

Originally revealed late last year in Japan, the abovementioned audio escapade takes place during the summer after the events of Persona 4, and finds the cast from the main game getting their groove on in a Hatsune Miku-esque button matching adventure. It’s due out next year on Sony’s slender gaming slab.

Meanwhile, the follow-up to Arc System Works’ popular punch-‘em-up includes a handful of new combatants, including Junpei and Yukari from Persona 3, as well as an all new character named Sho Minazuki. We’ve included a trailer in the space below, which focuses on the title’s flashy cinematics and break-neck one-on-one battles.