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Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 2 Innocent Sin
Game Over Online
13 October 2015
Excerpt: Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 2 Innocent Sin was a role-playing game originally released on the PSone exclusively in Japan. Fans of the original game were left out in the cold, as they were not able to experience this sequel of sorts since it was never localized on North American shores.
Excerpt: Juicy rumors slide from millions of lips all over the inner city. This is a given in urban haunts, but now many of the rumors are inexplicably becoming reality. Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 2 - Innocent Sin follows Tatsuya and his friends as they test out one such rumor: that calling their own cell...
Excerpt: It takes a lot of guts to basically re-release a PS1 game to the current RPG generation, but you got to give points to Atlus for giving the fans what they want and even consider localizing Innocent Sin in the troubled US PSP market.
Pros: Largely-preserved gameplay from the original
Cons: Dated, less-forgiving elements for newcomers
Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 2 – Innocent Sin Review
21 September 2011
Excerpt: Atlus has done a fantastic job giving us quality role playing games over the past decade in the form of the Persona series. Most people have heard of and adore Persona 3 and Persona 4, but many...
Pros: + Fun combat, + Contacting demons is useful, + Persona management is addicting
Cons: Random battles, Takes a few hours to get into the story, Easy to get lost in dungeons
Excerpt: The latest PSP Persona port packs a charming cast of characters and an all-around solid RPG experience, but it suffers from a few now-antiquated design decisions and a somewhat lackluster story.
Pros: Fun and charming cast of characters; amusing dialogue; a lot of depth to the Persona system and combat, optional side stories add value.
Excerpt: C'est presque avec insolence que Persona 3 et Persona 4 avaient imposé leur style détonnant, se plaçant comme des pierres angulaires du J-RPG moderne. Pourtant, la série n'a guère commencé avec les «social links», et Persona 2 : Innocent Sin se présente comme un jeu plus classique dans son...