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Here's a nice, long look at Persona 3 Portable

10:20 AM on 10.13.2009 // Dale North
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Thank the promotional gods for the Japanese style teaser clip. They're always longer than your typical Western trailers,  they're always narrated, and they're always slightly over the top. We love that.

What we have here is two minutes of footage and images from Atlus' upcoming PSP RPG Persona 3 Portable. This looks so good! I'd say it compares favorably to the PS2 version, wouldn't you? Revisit some of your favorite moments from Persona 3, like the school trip and the beach days, now with new art and voices and music. Notice the new dialogue boxes and the cursor-based map exploration. It's like this trailer makes it easy to wash over the 80+ hours you put in the first time you played it.

Japan gets their copy on November 1st. Us? Well, we're still waiting for Atlus to admit that they're localizing it and bringing it our way. 

[via Andria Sang]




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