• Publisher: Atlus
  • Release Date: Sep 22, 2009
Shin Megami Tensei: Persona Image
Metascore
78

Generally favorable reviews - based on 30 Critics

User Score
7.3

Mixed or average reviews- based on 29 Ratings

Summary: The rumor going around St. Hermelin High School holds that if you play the "Persona" game, you can see what the future holds for you. When a group of students-some eager, some skeptical-tries the game out, they experience something quite different. Before long, the city is turned upside-down and demons are roaming the streets, and only the students' newfound power of Persona can set things right again. Whether you pursue Takahisa Kandori and his abuses of the power he wields as SEBEC's president, or whether you delve into the curse of the Snow Queen that has plagued St. Hermelin for decades, a deep, modern, psychological tale awaits. Remember your true self, and free the tortured psyches of others... More than the same old JRPG -- Dark, philosophical, and complex, Persona sets you up in a modern day Japan that has gone into chaos. Demons run free, and you and your team must navigate corruption, mental frailty, and an alternate version of your world to bring your reality back into order. A second chance on PSP -- Offering a second opportunity to experience the beginnings of the acclaimed Persona series, this remake boasts a fully relocalized script, revamped user interface, faster battles, expanded soundtrack, and new in-game movies with voice work added just for the North American release. Unique tactical opportunities -- The inner selves known Personas are your key to progressing through the adventure, adding skills and incredible depth to your battle tactics. Expand and improve your collection through the Demon Negotiation system that offers spell cards that you can later fuse into new Personas. [Atlus USA]
Rating: T
Official Site: http://www.atlus.com/persona/
Developer: ITL
Genre(s): Console-style RPG
ESRB Descriptors:Fantasy Violence, Language, Partial Nudity, Simulated Gambling, Suggestive Themes
Cast Credit
Shoji Meguro Composer
Shoji Meguro Opening Theme "Dream Of Butterfly" : Composition / Arrangement
Shoji Meguro Opening Theme "Dream Of Butterfly" : Composition / Arrangement
Shoji Meguro Opening Theme "Dream Of Butterfly" : Composition / Arrangement
Shoji Meguro Opening Theme "Dream Of Butterfly" : Composition / Arrangement
Shoji Meguro Opening Theme "Dream Of Butterfly" : Composition / Arrangement
Shoji Meguro Opening Theme "Dream Of Butterfly" : Composition / Arrangement
Shoji Meguro Opening Theme "Dream Of Butterfly" : Composition / Arrangement
Kenyuu Horiuchi Voice Of Philemon
Misaki Okibe Insert Song "Satomi Tadashi Yakkyoku-Ten No Uta 2009" : Lyrics /
Shigeo Komori Ending Theme "Voice" : Lyrics
Shigeo Komori Opening Theme "Dream Of Butterfly" : Lyrics
Yumi Kawamura Ending Theme "Voice" : Vocals
Yumi Kawamura Opening Theme "Dream Of Butterfly" : Vocals
Yumi Kawamura Opening Theme "Dream Of Butterfly" : Vocals
Yumi Kawamura Opening Theme "Dream Of Butterfly" : Vocals
Yumi Kawamura Opening Theme "Dream Of Butterfly" : Vocals
Junichi Nozawa Insert Song "Let Butterflies Spread Until The Dawn" : Vocals
Junichi Nozawa Insert Song "Satomi Tadashi Yakkyoku-Ten No Uta 2009" : Vocals
Tomiko Komiya Insert Song "Subete No Hito No Tamashii No Shi" : Vocals
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