PSP Persona not a port, but not a remake either

Wednesday, 11th February 2009 07:14 GMT By Nathan Grayson


We’re pretty sure it’s still a game, though – and by the looks of things, a damn good one. Siliconera opened up their Nihongonomicon and gave us the scoop.

According to a translated listing from Japanese retailer Rakuten, Persona’s PSP edition will include new animated movies, a soundtrack rearranged by Persona 3’s composer, and new dungeons.

The game’s difficulty, on the other hand, is feeling a wee bit less fierce after getting hit with the shrink ray, and will further be utterly emasculated by extra save points and a quick save option.

Still sounds rad, though. More through the link.



  1. Blerk

    Probably a good move – the early Persona games were viciously difficult. And PSPs are very expensive things to be throwing around.

    #1 6 years ago
  2. locus2k1

    So… Sort of like what happened with FFI on the PS1? Never got round to playing this originally, and after playing 3 and having #4 pre-ordered I’m looking forward to seeing how this was :)

    #2 6 years ago
  3. dirigiblebill

    I remember when the PSP was first announced my first thought was “ZOMG, PS2 + portamability = teh JRPGS on teh go!1″ Three years later, and the reality still isn’t quite there.


    #3 6 years ago

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