Persona Director Meguro On Digital Radio Show


How many of you are playing the Japanese version of Persona? The game’s director, Syoji Meguro (above left), who are more famous for his music works on Megami Tensei series, is the guest for a recent episode of a digital radio show hosted by famous seiyu Tomokazu Sugita (above right, Nico Nico user can listen to it here). The duo discuss about the PSP game and the series in general, has more pictures of the recording session.

4 Responses to “Persona Director Meguro On Digital Radio Show

  1. sub

    playing it right now, stuck on Snow Queen, though =(

    May 14th, 2009 at 10:00 pm
  2. Thien

    That’s pretty fast ^^ How is the game so far?

    May 14th, 2009 at 10:05 pm
  3. sub

    the game is good, the dungeon exploration has been sped up, you basically dash thru dungeon.
    You can press START to toggle battle animations, thus battles are much faster.
    The town map is like those in Persona 2 (or 3, haven’t played that one).
    In game sprites, and isometric view, seems to be direct port from PSX version, without any changes.
    The cut scenes are good, but the best, is the soundtrack, the whole soundtrack keeps you go on.

    I am stuck with Snow Queen, because i didn’t know that there is no save point, in the towers, I ended up falling asleep every time I played it (tiring day after work)

    May 15th, 2009 at 5:50 am
  4. Thien

    Sounds great, thanks for the informative review :) I will try to be patient while waiting for the English version :)

    May 15th, 2009 at 8:49 am

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