Persona 2 : Eternal Punishment comes to PSN this week - destructoid

Persona 2 : Eternal Punishment comes to PSN this week

11:30 PM on 02.24.2013

Kyle MacGregor

Associate Editor

The curse of Seven Sisters High School returns!

We've known Persona 2: Eternal Punishment would be coming to PlayStation Network sometime soon, but now it's officially official. Atlus' top-notch role-playing game is set to release this week as a part of Sony's PSone Classics line.

There's no pricing information just yet, but expect something in the neighborhood of $6 to $10. Its predecessors, Shin Megami Tensei: Persona and Persona 2: Innocent Sin, are already available for PSP and Vita. You can download those as well if you want the full picture before facing-off with the Joker and his army of demons. Yep. That should keep you busy until Persona 5 inevitably rolls around.

The Drop: Week of February 25th 2013 New Releases [PlayStation Blog]


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