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Persona 2: Innocent Sin Review

I played Persona 3 for a month and clocked 120+ hours and was still not tired of it by then. It took me more than a month to beat Persona 2: Innocent Sin at 48-49 hours and that felt like a complete drag. I was really excited when Atlus announced that the 1999 RPG would come to North America for the first time, but it ended up being a disappointment. I couldn’t get attached to any of the characters, and the plot was actually pretty good, but I just finished MuvLuv Alternative so P2 pales in comparison. I know I shouldn’t compare the story of one of the highest-rated eroge to an old RPG, but if something leaves an impression on me then I end up unconciously raising my expectations for a while. Anyways, I couldn’t enjoy P2 for numerous reasons, but my major complaint is on gameplay and speed.
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PERSONA 2 REMAKE!!!!

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Not sure if it’s just a port or a remake, but I’m still happy that Persona 2: Innocent Sin coming for PSP. The PSX version is like $100+ right now, so I’m really looking forward to this. Now only if it’s gonna come out in English…Innocent Sin didn’t get localized, but can I hope this time? I mean, they’ve been more lenient on content in videogames than ten years ago, so maybe Atlus will do it this time. Just having P2 on the PSP is good enough, but I’ll love Atlus even more if they actually updated the graphics and battle system. I love P4’s battles too much.

I know there’s a huge mass that don’t see much point in remakes and want companies to focus on releasing new games, but remakes are really beneficial to younger people. I mean, it’s not the little boy’s fault that he didn’t get to enjoy a quality game released before he was born or when he was 5, right? For little kids born in 2000, it would be pretty hard for them to find Pokemon RBY or GSC when they start getting into videogames. Videogames are different from music. Consoles continue to change, whereas CD players can play any CDs no matter what. CDs can keep on being reprinted since CD players are pretty common, but kids these days rarely have GameBoy Colors anymore. For the sake of them kids who are born later (and myself who only started gaming during late elementary school), I pray that the PSP remake of Persona 2: Innocent Sin will make it to North American shores.

If not, I’ll buy it anyways. The amazing story that SMT fans have been praising–I’ll see it for myself!