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Persona 2: Sin

Magic Box has put up some new game play info on the upcoming sequel to Persona:

  • Rumor System - In the game you are able to collect different pieces of information and rumors from people you encounter on the streets. The information acquired will sometimes effect the attributes of different items, weapons and even the layout of some maps. For example, you can learn that a certain item is harmful to people, so that item will carry a new "poisonous" attribute to warn you in the future.

  • Battle System - You are now able to change your view point in the midst of battle, and you will be able to combine different spells to form powerful combination attacks.

  • Conversation System - You can now have up to 3 people negotiate with a demon at the same time, which will allow you to convince them to help you much quicker. The downside is that you can get them upset with you a lot quicker as well.

  • Dungeons System - The dungeons are now fully 3D (Hey, maybe that will help them get the game past SCEA's "quality" game testers). Special events will be triggered and items can be found at specific locations in the dungeons. This will make exploring every inch of the dungeon a little more worthwhile.


The game is scheduled for a summer release, and a demo will be available with the release of Soul Hackers in March.

Date Updated:
March 3rd, 1999

Time Updated:
7:21 PM


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