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Persona 2: Innocent Sin Comes With A Soundtrack Bonus, Too
But they're in limited supply.
07.28.11 - 10:31 PM

Since Japan got a mini-soundtrack packed in with first-print editions of the PSP remake of Persona 2: Innocent Sin, it comes as no surprise that Atlus USA announced a similar bonus today. Packed in with the North American version of Innocent Sin will be a 10-track music CD - and it will be a mix of songs from the original release of the game, remixed tracks, and two songs that don't appear in the game at all. Series composer Shoji Meguro re-arranged the entire Innocent Sin soundtrack for the PSP remake, however, when fans play through the game they have a choice of hearing the original soundtrack or re-arranged tunes in-game.

Due to limited supply, Atlus urged fans to pre-order their copy to ensure they get the soundtrack.

Along with the news, Atlus also sent over another batch of English screen shots.

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Persona 2: Innocent Sin is set to release in North America this fall. Though some retailers list a September 20th release date, Atlus has not yet confirmed this.


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