When Persona 2: Eternal Punishment arrived on PSN, it was supposed to be compatible with PS Vita and PSP, but didn't appear on either portable's version of the store. A timeframe of "a few weeks" was given for the fix, and it looks like it's about right on schedule. More after the jump.
If anyone here downloaded the Persona 2: Eternal Punishment PSone Classic from PSN with the hopes of playing on PSP or PS Vita, they were probably a bit disappointed to find out it doesn't work. While it currently will not download onto either device, Sony is on the case. Read on for more.
Well, that didn't take long. Just last week we were talking about the ESRB listing for Persona 2: Eternal Punishment, and now it's coming to PSN in North America. In fact, it's coming this week as a PSone Classic. Read on for more.
The enhanced Persona 2: Eternal Punishment PSP port hit Japan last May, but now we're seeing some hints that it might be making its way stateside at some point. A rating recently popped up on the ESRB (Entertainment Software Rating Board) website, listing Eternal Punishment as a Teen-rated title. Read on for more.
Persona 2: Eternal Punishment, the enhanced PSP port of Persona 2, is out today in Japan. What better way to celebrate than by watching the newly-animated intro, produced by anime studio Madhouse. Video past the break!
Persona 2: Eternal Punishment, the enhanced PSP port of Persona 2, hits Japan on May 17. Anime studio Madhouse provided fresh animation for a new intro, and you can see some of their work in the latest trailer past the break.
Due out May 17 in Japan, promotion is underway for the enhanced PSP port of Persona 2. Check out the latest commercial for Persona 2: Eternal Punishment after the jump for a pint-sized shot of animated goodness.
If screenshots weren't enough for you, there's now a promotional video for the upcoming enhanced PSP version of Persona 2: Eternal Punishment. Video after the jump!
On Tuesday we reported on the PSP version of Persona 2: Eternal Punishment, which is due out in Japan on May 17. Now Japanese game mag Famitsu's site has the first screens of the enhanced port. Check 'em out past the break.
It has been revealed from the usual early sources that this week's Famitsu will be announcing that Persona 2: Eternal Punishment is officially PSP bound following Persona 2: Innocent Sin's enhanced PSP port last year. Read on for more details on what to expect from the portable port.
This is one of those pre-order pushes completely unlike the kind you get bullied into whenever you call up/walk into Gamestop. Persona 2: Innocent Sin ain't exactly Modern Warfare 3, as far as supplies go, and Atlus is offering free soundtrack CDs with every copy to sweeten the purchase. More after the jump.
At this point you'd think Atlus had brought out everything related to the long-running Persona series, but fans know this isn't the case. Rejoice, then, because Atlus announced today that they'll be bringing Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 2: Innocent Sin to North American PSPs after 12 long years.
There isn't a precise release date yet, but it's currently slated to hit North America this Fall.