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Persona 2: Eternal Punishment PSP Commercial, New Screens
Unsurprisingly, it has a lot in common with Innocent Sin.
04.03.12 - 7:01 PM

The PSP remake of Atlus' Persona 2: Eternal Punishment not only looks a lot similar to that of its predecessor, Innocent Sin, but it includes a lot of the same extras such as a new opening (this time from Madhouse), the option to toggle between the original music and re-arranged tracks, new cut-in graphics, a new scenario, and more. The first-print editions will even come with a 14-track soundtrack.

First, a 15-second TV ad.

The newest screens, below, show scenes from the new scenario (centered on Tatsuya) and the new opening movie. If you like the old intro, however, that's included in the game, too.

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Persona 2: Eternal Punishment for PSP is out in Japan on May 17th.


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