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You Have Been Officially Spoiled - Persona OST

星期六, 六月 13th, 2009 by Emilio Morales at nijiko.wordpress.com

In the most recent “Atlus Faithful” email, Atlus has announced that the upcoming re-make of Persona for the PSP will be released on September 22nd, 2009, and will come packed with a complete 2-disc original soundtrack of the game’s music in it’s entirety; not like the A side / B side Persona 4 had.

So mark your calendars, save some pocket-change, and be sure to pre-order your copy when it becomes available. Don’t miss this awesome Atlus Spoils re-translated edition of Persona for the PSP PLUS the full OST together in one exclusive package.

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Shin Megami Tensei: Persona (PSP): 2009年 美国

星期天, 三月 1st, 2009 by Emilio Morales at nijiko.wordpress.com




Atlus USA 宣布了最新版的 Megami Ibunroku Persona 将会在这个秋季在北美上市。
最新版的PSP将会在经典版本PS1的基础上增加了更为完美的图形设计,更为激动人心的场面并且所有的最新配乐均来自Persona3歌手Yumi Kawamura。

虽然不是很让人惊奇,(但是Persona系列非常受欢迎并且Shin Megami Tensei特权家族已经加入许多新的追捧者。我们在digitaldevildb网站迫不及待地欢迎您的加入。在未来的几个星期,我们将会给你提供更多的信息,包括上市日期和其他额外的内容。
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Translated thanks to wolfzau

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Atlus Plans PSP Release for Megami Ibunroku Persona

星期三, 二月 4th, 2009 by Emilio Morales at nijiko.wordpress.com


Atlus Japan has announced the release of the next Megaten game for the Sony PSP. It will be the re-make of the “Megami Ibunroku Persona: Be Your True Mind” that was previously released for the PS1. New 3D cutscenes will be added along with more save points, difficulty options, and a whole balance to the entire game.

The release date will be on April 29th for Japan.

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