Atlus e-mail quote:
“So the ESRB post everyone seemed to find earlier this week told you that Persona 4 was coming to PlayStation 3 as a PS2 Classic, but it didn’t tell you when, did it? It didn’t, but we’re going to go ahead and tell you anyways.
Persona 4 will be available to download on PlayStation Network beginning April 8!
Astute fans will recognize the date is three days before the main character transfers to Yasogami High School, so if you’re the type of super-dedicated player that wants to play the game exactly to the calendar date, there’s still time!”
I bought Persona 3 and couldn’t get into it. I mean, it’s a great looking game and all, but an RPG game that puts you on strict schedules and assuming the role of a high school kid in Japan? Er…I actually felt like I was back in high school playing that game. :/
@BillS.Preston I don’t know what to say. In my opinion the strongest thing in Persona 3 and Persona 4 is the plot. Gameplay is great, music is cool, but plot is a masterpiece. You can’t see something like that in anime or elsewhere. It’s outstanding. imo
@Spider_shinobi It’s just your own problem I, personally, love Persona series and I was very happy with this anouncement. And BTW @Pimpalicious is right about Atlus republishing many games and making new ones. That’s not a secret
If you look at the proportion, things are ridiculously more inclined to Persona. It’s not like one Devil Summoner release will cover it.
Not really my problem since I’m not buying it. And their thing really has been Persona, it’s about it every day that they’re not talking about any game that looks like Persona (>_> Conception 2).
@Bill S. Preston
I know the feeling. I’ve played the first Persona 2 and Devil Survivor, and it’s like they don’t want you to identify yourself with them. The story does get good in Persona 2 at some point, though.
Of all of those, Stella Deus is the only one recently touched, and of the others, only Catherine and Etrian Odyssey are their property, and even those haven’t been touched for some time now.
Conception II doesn’t help the situation, either.