Persona PSP Debut Trailer

Game Star has the item page for the PSP version of Persona up with more details about the PSOne remake. Among the new elements are party members can now exchange persona, “Demon Conversation” to max out the value of your Tarot cards, unlockable scenario called “Snow Queen Chapter”, full 16:9 display, new dungeons, sped-up battle animations and redesigned town map. Other upgrades revealed in the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu were also mentioned, they are CG movies by Kamikaze Douga, Shoji Meguro’s BGM (with Yumi Kawamura the vocalist), game balance adjustments, three difficulty options (Normal, Beginner and Expert) and more save points.

The game is coming out April 29 in Japan. In the mean time, check out the debut trailer Famitsu just uploaded.

Update: Official site now up.

Source: Famitsu (view hi-res version of the video here).

3 Responses to “Persona PSP Debut Trailer

  1. JayC

    always love the Persona series, and very happy itis coming to PSP… :) man… love my psp even more… in fact i have spent 80 hours (breaking 90) on Dissidia :P
    hee hee

    February 6th, 2009 at 4:49 pm
  2. Kezra Planestrekker

    Woooohooo! This is what I was looking for!

    Looking great Atlus :D

    February 6th, 2009 at 10:02 pm
  3. zerojad

    This trailer reminds me the one from Phantasy Star Portable.

    February 8th, 2009 at 2:09 am

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