Persona 2: Innocent Sin detailed for PSP

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 27 October 2010 07:00 GMT


This week’s Famitsu has confirmed that Persona 2: Innocent Sin is being remade for PSP.

Siliconera’s reporting that the RPG’s new version will be along the lines of the first Persona’s re-release; it’s basically the same but features widescreen support.

On the play-field, players will see a mini-map and party status.

Demon emotions will on visible screen, making negotiation easier. Fusion skills have cut-ins similar to future Persona games.

Persona 2: Innocent Sin also has an install feature for the UMD version.

There’s no date.

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