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Liz Maas
Ghostlight Dates Two For Europe
You can get a deal if you buy both Persona 2: IS and Trails in the Sky LEs, too.
09.30.11 - 5:26 PM

UK publisher Ghostlight brings to PAL territories a lot of JRPGs that fans in those areas would miss otherwise - and often juicy limited editions, too. We learned a while ago that they planned a limited edition for each Persona 2: Innocent Sin and The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky, but Ghostlight has since announced that both are dated for November 4th - and each limited edition will cost 39.99. The PSN versions of the games have yet to be given a date.

If you're a big-time collector, you can save yourself ten pounds by buying the two together. Ghostlight calls it the 'Trails of Innocence Combo Pack' - both games' limited editions can be bought together for 69.98. That's not the only deal - if you're less into The Legend of Heroes and more into Persona, there's also a Persona Package that bundles the limited editions of Innocent Sin and Persona 3 Portable together for the same price, 69.98. Either way, you get a Persona 2 t-shirt, but the Trails of Innocence pack also includes a poster.

Pre-orders are now open on Ghostlight's website, and both bundles also release on November 4th.


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