You may have heard (we’re guessing!) Atlus is bringing Persona 2: Innocent Sin to PSP. Similar Shin Megami Tensei: Persona, Atlus gave the 1999 PsOne game a facelift. Let’s take a look at how the PSP version stacks up against the original.

 

Screenshots from the fan translated PsOne game are on the left, PSP screens are on the right.

 

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Field

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Battle

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Atlus really modernized the battle interface with useful additions like a turn order and emotion gauge during demon negotiation. The character portraits make Persona 2: Innocent Sin feel more like the later Persona games too. Also during combat, Persona 2: Innocent Sin has cut-in screens when you use sync skills, a feature not in the PsOne release.

 

While Atlus updated Persona 2: Innocent Sin for PSP, the game has an option to play through the game with the original music and opening movie. Persona 2: Innocent Sin is slated for a winter release in Japan.

 

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