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Get excited: four new Persona PSP movies for you to nom on


9:40 AM on 02.19.2009



 
To say I'm excited to see footage coming out of the recently announced Persona remake for the PSP is an understatement -- I expect to enjoy this game just as much, if not more than, the best of what I've played on my PSP. There isn't any voice acting in these videos, but it is possible it could be added before the game's release (although I'd be perfectly happy with it either way, honestly).
 
There are three more videos after the jump, which show off characters Maki and Masaso (or Mark, as he prefers to be called). This is the only Persona game I have never played, and I am thrilled to have a chance to do so in the near future. It makes me feel like donning my trusty Jack Frost shirt, climbing to rooftops and yelling "Viva La Atlus!"
 
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