Persona 3 was released on the PlayStation 2 in North America in 2007 and was a moderate hit.
His gritty teen drama RPG had a niche audience, but those who found the game loved it.
The game received a special edition with additional content at FES in 2008, and his third re-release for the PSP in 2010 with most of the content added, but on Sony’s handheld platform. Some changes have been made to run.
Persona 4 followed, which was also a minor hit, but then came Persona 5, cementing the franchise’s reputation as one of the best RPGs of all time. Fans who discovered the series in 5 wanted to know what was missing, and longtime gamers wanted a re-release of 3 so that a wider audience could play what they deemed their favourites.
I’m looking After what seemed like too long, Atlus is finally doing this by re-releasing Persona 3 on its latest console on January 19th, via perhaps the most controversial Persona game in the series. I’m ready to do it.
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