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Wow, I... I can't stop dancing. Seriously this is freaking me out. I'm just... I'm still dancing. The trailer is over and... and I'm still going. Seriously guys I think I'm... I don't feel good. Someone, help me stop it.

Oh good, it wore off. Thank God. I better not watch that trailer again. But if I don't, how am I gonna tell you about all the new additions that Atlus has included in Persona 4: Golden for the PlayStation Vita. A brand new character, a handful of new events, new attacks, new Personas, and more add to the already fantastic Persona 4.

I'm telling you, I've long thought that JRPGs had grown stale and tired, but Persona 3 proved otherwise. P4: G sold like hotcakes in Japan and moved the stagnant Vita off store shelves for a reason: there's a lot of game to enjoy here. Did anyone buy their Vita explicitly to play this game?
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