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persona 2 - Tsumi Innocent SinVideo Game (J-Style RPG)

Persona 2 (ペルソナ2, Perusona Tsū?) is a duology of Japanese role-playing video games for the PlayStation, developed by Atlus. Innocent Sin (罪, Tsumi?) and Eternal Punishment (罰, Batsu?) are two chapters of the same storyline. The duology is a direct sequel to the first installment of the Shin Megami Tensei: Persona series, Revelations: Persona, with several characters from that title playing various roles, both minor and major, in both games. Set in the fictional metropolis of Sumaru City, Innoce... View more [Wikipedia]

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Jonathan Oyamapersona 2 - Tsumi Innocent Sin

1 day ago

...61 hours. I wouldn't mind so much if these dungeons were exciting, but this is a very long, repetitive game. It's a hell of a lot better than the first Persona, though. That game took nerves of steel, because the music was so irritating...Everything simply improved on the third game.

nodley Green I'm tempted to start a game of this..... but I need to finish Ni no Kuni.....

1 day ago

Jonathan Oyama Ni no Kuni is more fun. The devs also added extra content that wasn't in the original DS game...The one only released in Japan. (I don't know how they could squeeze all that content into a DS cart.) I always had issues with the familiar-feeding system, but Ni No Kuni is my favorite RPG of the last-gen console era. It has the most colorful visuals and there's just a wider variety of things to do.

8 hours ago

Jonathan Oyamapersona 2 - Tsumi Innocent Sin

4 days ago

Man, there\'s a big lore drop after a certain part of the game...Okay. Has anyone ever wondered what the world would be like if Hitler was still alive? Or if the Mayans truly did know something about the end of the world? Yeah, this game all has to do with conspiracy theories. I can sort of understand why it was censored, but good gravy. I don\'t think Westerners could have ever grasped these concepts back in the 90s.

Jonathan Oyamapersona 2 - Tsumi Innocent Sin

5 days ago

Still pluggin' away at Innocent Sin. Great story and characters, but the enemy encounter rate is far too high. There's a spell to reduce the encounters, but it takes a long time to reach that point. Beh.

nodley Green When I retire I'm going to finally get the time to play all these games. I've played about 8 hours of this game years ago, but never got time to play any more.

4 days ago

Silent Gamer I've been saying that for years. Although I am scared by the time I retire, things will have changed so much that the technology to play these games won't exist. We'll all be hooked up to VR in an underground bunker or something.

3 days ago

Jonathan Oyamapersona 2 - Tsumi Innocent Sin

1 week ago

The American PSP version of Persona 2: Innocent Sin censored the villain of the game by calling him "Fuhrer." Yeah right. He's totally Hitler. They can't fool me after that Hitler fight in Bionic Commando.

Bionic Commando - Ending - YouTube

The Bionic Commando defeats Hitler... I mean, Master-D. The fact that Master-D looks exactly like Hitler must just be a coincidence. In any case, this ending...

Jonathan Oyamapersona 2 - Tsumi Innocent Sin

1 week ago

I'm still trying to beat Persona 2. The exploration style reminds me of Dragon Quest 1. It's nice that I finally have time to play this, but it's a very long time killer. Nrrgh.

Jonathan Oyama wrote his opinion about persona 2 - Tsumi Innocent Sin

1 week ago

Thank goodness, the dungeons in the Persona sequel are now shown in a third-person perspective. Persona 2 improved upon the original in every single way. It had a much more fascinating story, a simpler battle system and impressive 2D drawings and 3D graphics at the time. 2 still isn't an easy game for newcomers to jump in, but it set the tone for the high-concept storyline quality of the later Persona games.

Score: 8.5 (Great!)

Robert Berlin wrote his opinion about persona 2 - Tsumi Innocent Sin

2 years ago

Slightly less awesome than Eternal Punishment but an amazing game nonetheless.

Let's Positive Thinking!

Score: 9.5 (Fantastic!)


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