Submitted by PaPa-Slam 924d ago | article

Sin and Punishment – The History of Persona 2

PikiGeek: Ever since 2007 when Atlus first released Persona 3 in the states, the series has exploded in popularity, spawning sequels, spin-offs, animated shows, and theatrical films. But the game in the Persona series that had some of the strangest luck was Persona 2, which was actually divided up into two separate games. The first half of Persona 2, Innocent Sin, was released in Japan for the Playstation back in June of 1999. The second half, Eternal Punishment, came just over a year later in June 2000. While Eternal Punishment for the Playstation was released in English in November of that same year, Innocent Sin had been left out. The reason for this has never been officially confirmed. (Culture, Persona 2)

rawshack  +   924d ago
thats a dam shame

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