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Liz Maas
How To Summon Personas And Negotiate With Demons In Persona 2: Innocent Sin
In a trailer! And check out Europe's collector's edition while you're at it.
09.10.11 - 11:42 PM

Like most Shin Megami Tensei games, you'll get to recruit demons and be able to use them in Persona 2: Innocent Sin's battles. Of course, to recruit them, you'll have to be persuasive... and/or charming. Once you have Personas, Igor will show you how you can use various cards to strengthen them. Check out Atlus USA's latest trailer:

Of particular note to European fans is the promised collector's edition for Innocent Sin from UK publisher Ghostlight, who finally detailed its contents. Pictured below, the package contains a soundtrack CD in its own special jewel case, six double-sided art cards, an A3-sized poster, all in special packaging. Pre-ordering from Ghostlight's online store also nets you that nice red Tatsuya t-shirt. Pricing and an EU date have yet to be confirmed.

And for anyone in the SCEE territories who don't have it yet, Ghostlight also mentioned that Persona 3 Portable is now on PSN for the sale price of 23.99 (regular price 27.99). The sale price will only last for just under two weeks however, so grab it while you can!

Meanwhile, Persona 2: Innocent Sin hits North America on September 20th.


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