Submitted by VSFTie 1475d ago | review

EGM Review: Persona 2: Innocent Sin

Cleansing the sin of the innocent

The release of Persona 2: Innocent Sin here on our shores is something rather meaningful to me. I was introduced to the original Persona back in 1997—at a point before the game’s North American release—and from the moment I played it, everything about the experience completely enthralled me. It introduced me to concepts and narratives I’d never expected from videogames before, and I was hooked (Atlus, Persona 2: Innocent Sin, PSP) 8.0/10

jacksonmichael  +   1475d ago
Just picked this up. When I told the guy at the store that I had a preorder to pick up, I half expected him to assume I meant for Gears 3.
jacen100  +   1474d ago
looks like crap
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