As suggested by an ESRB rating last week, Persona 2: Eternal Punishment arrives on the US PlayStation Store this week. Persona 2 originally released as two interrelated titles for PSOne called Eternal Punishment and Innocent Sin. Only Eternal Punishment was localised at the time, so a PSP port of Innocent Sin headed in 2011. Eternal Punishment also got a PSP port in Japan in May 2012, but according to the PlayStation Blog, the version we’re getting is a PSOne Classic.
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Persona 2: Eternal Punishment
Persona 2: Eternal Punishment will available through the PS Store for Vita and PSP next week. Now, users can download the title without having to transfer the game from their PS3. The game was released last month for all three platforms, but a compatibility issue prevented users from playing it on the handhelds. Come March […]
Persona 2: Eternal Punishment, which was released this week on PSN as a PSone classic, isn’t compatible with Vita or PSP as of yet. While it’s playable on PS3, Sony said it is working on a fix which will make the game playable on the portable systems, as was promised when it was announced. According […]