Persona 2: Innocent Sin gets delay in Japan

By Johnny Cullen, Friday, 7 January 2011 07:30 GMT

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Atlus has announced overnight in Japan a delay for PSP remake Persona 2: Innocent Sin.

The company’s parent company, Index Holdings, didn’t give a specific reason for the delay other then it was just for “various reasons”.

Innocent Sin was previously due to release on March 3 in Japan.

It’s the third main game in the series to make the jump to PSP follow earlier releases of Persona 1 and Persona 3, with the only other game not to do so yet being 2009’s Persona 4.

Thanks, Siliconera.

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