Persona 2: Eternal Punishment coming to PSP this May in Japan

By Johnny Cullen, Wednesday, 29 February 2012 07:18 GMT

Another Famitsu morsel: the latest issue of the magazine has announced the second part of the Persona 2 arc, Eternal Punishment, will come to PSP in Japan on May 17.

The first part, Innocent Sin, launched last April in Japan and near towards the end of last year in Europe and the US for PSP.

The PSP version of Eternal Punishment will have new scenarios, a new opening anime, improved loading times and the choice between original and refined music in the game.

Shouji Meguro will take up the director role for the sequel. Tadashi Satomi, who worked on scenarios for the original game, will write the new scenarios for the PSP version.

Thanks, Andriasang.

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