Alas, it is finally time. Persona fans eiowlta, Sayucchi and DarTisD have completed their translation of the PSP version of Persona 2: Eternal Punishment. For those who don’t know, this is the second entry in the Personas 2 duology. Both games were originally released for PlayStation 1.
The first entry, Persona 2: Innocent Sinnever received a localization on PS1, although the West could play it through its PSP port in 2011. Conversely, Persona 2: Eternal Punishment was localized on PlayStation 1, although its 2012 PSP port was never localized. This updated version modernized some gameplay elements and added a new playable storyline featuring the previous entry’s protagonist, Tatsuya, detailing his activities before Eternal punishment begin.
The efforts for this fan translation are listed below:
- eiowlta – programming, image editing
- Sayucchi – editing, testing, various translations
- DarTisD – additional programming, testing
You can download this highly anticipated fan translation and view more information such as innocent sin save data transfer via Github.
I absolutely love it Personas 2 duology, with them being my favorite entries in the series. While I still hope Atlus gives these entries the remake treatment they deserve, I intend to take full advantage of this fan-driven translation. It’s been maybe about a decade since I last played Persona 2: Innocent Sin Where Persona 2: Eternal Punishment.
Atlus previously announced that Persona 3 Portable and persona 4 golden released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Game Pass and PC via Windows and Steam (Steam is already available for persona 4 golden) at dates currently unknown. No physical release for these two titles is planned, as they will be digital only.
Nintendo Switch versions for all of the aforementioned games have also been announced.
Persona 5 Royal releases for PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Game Pass, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Windows and Steam on October 21, 2022. There is no planned upgrade path to PlayStation 5 for users of Playstation4.
In case you missed it, check out our review on Persona 4 Arena Ultimate.