The lights are on
What once was a rumor, is now a Sony confirmed fact. Persona 2: Eternal Punishment is available now on the PlayStation Network.
Persona 2: Eternal Punishment originally released for the PlayStation, and it shouldn't confused with Persona 2: Innocent Sin which released for the PSP in 2011. It's one of the more difficult to find PlayStation games, so it's nice that players will now be able to check out the game without having to track down a physical copy.
[via PlayStation Blog]
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I remember back when my local Ebgames or whatever was selling this. It was back when there was a tiny section of psone games that were all kind of expensive for being, y'know, psone games. Then of course there were millions of ps2 games. I always regretted not buying this game. Now I can!
I would like to play this game, but I guess I'll buy with 10 dollars that PSN gave to me (I don't know why gave to me).
Yay, yay, yay, YAY!!! Very happy.
I've always meant to play that.
Been on a big Persona kick lately. Might spend my $10 credit on this soon. Props to Sony for making all of these Persona games available to such a big audience who haven't experienced them yet.
Awesome, I might have to buy this tonight, never played the early Persona games, how does this compare to Persona 3 and 4?
ABOUT DAMN TIME
What was I just thinking about last night?
Persona 2 on PSN?
My questions have been answered.