Summary: Like most people, I came back to this installment after completing Persona 3 and 4. While the gameplay is different than in the latter installments, I find most people will adapt fairly quickly. The story of this game is one of the best in the entire SMT universe building upon but not requiring the first installment. Overall it blends some of the best of both Persona series and mainline SMT, and I recommend it to anyone who is a fan of either series.
Summary: I played the 3rd persona on Psp and loved it , so I decided to work my way backwards and play the other first 2 . Their all stand alone stories . Persona 2 has a more darker tone and very eerie ambiance to the game . Its an rpg , very unique and diffrent but in a good way . One thing the Persona series has is great characters and this game has that unique memorable characters like Lisa , the American girl living in Japan .
Summary: Persona for the PSP is definitely worth checking out for any PS1/Persona aficionado, as it is far cheaper than the original PS1 version. While it may feel a little bit dated, it is easy to get over. It starts off a bit slow-paced, but when you get used to this, it gets really enjoyable. Plus, it comes with the Bonus 2-disc soundtrack, so that's another plus.
Summary: Have always been a fan of SMT games and this is no exception. Great story as usual and a cool soundtrack make this a game worth getting especially if you've never had the chance to play the original version. You get a mini-soundtrack as a pre-order bonus as well with this game.
Summary: The SMT universe once again brings it to the table and cashes in... CHA-CHING!!! The spectacular original plot is all here in it's glory with updated battles sequences and animations, revised text and beautiful graphics and all-new cut-scenes that are simply-wow!!! There are even more secrets and optional quests than the original that add to the replay value.