A Video Syllabus Of Persona 3 Portable’s Enhancements

By Spencer . May 19, 2010 . 12:52pm

If you haven’t been following Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Portable this video will get you up to speed with most of the game’s new features.


The key difference is you can play as a female protagonist, which opens paths to new social links and events. Some scenes may even cross into Persona 4… Speaking of Persona 4, Persona 3 Portable borrows features from it such as part time jobs and player control over allies during battles. That should make Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Portable easier,



Yes, this is another version of Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3, but, as Atlus says, Persona 3 Portable is maximum Persona 3.

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  • Guest

    Definitely downloading, i mean……. buying it in july

    • Noooooooo!!!! Give Atlus some <3 :D

      • cowcow

        Also you get the hat

      • Joanna

        maybe he has the PSP Go? ;)

  • vrakanox

    THIS is Tarter Sauce! I’m pre ordering it. Don’t you want that Junpei Cap?

  • cj_iwakura

    Maximum? Yeah right. This is Persona 3 lite if anything.

    Don’t get me wrong, I’m interested in the female route, but they took out a lot to get this game onto the PSP.

    Call me old-fashioned, but I preferred walking around to point and click.

    • the only thing they took out is the fact that we can run around town, with this, the 3d chars around townsaving lots of space, they just add background and dots with each character. Thats all that was removed

  • EvilAkito

    I still haven’t beaten regular Persona 3, nor have I touched Fes. But regardless, I’ll be picking this up.

  • Oh boy, I can’t wait to buy the same game for the third time.

  • holyPaladin

    Playing this game for 3rd time lol =p

    Do Atlus have plan for P2 or P4 portable?

  • Ereek

    Hey – Spencer or Ishaan. Do you know anything regarding to relationship between NISA and Atlus? I know Atlus acts as a distributor for NISA at times, and NISA also sells some Atlus titles on Rosenqueen.

    My curiosity was piqued when I noticed that NISA was advertising P3P in their latest Prinny Bomb. They obviously have some type of business relationship that seems to go beyond distribution. Do you know anything about it?

    • I only know about the distributor-publisher relationship. NISA has the same kind of deal with Koei who handled Cross Edge and Last Rebellion. That side of the industry is small though and helping each other get the word out might be best for all parties. Maybe that’s it?

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