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Persona Eternal Punishment Psp Translation VERIFIED

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Persona 2: Eternal Punishment PSP Fan Translation Is Complete, Available To Download

Persona 2: Eternal Punishment is the second part of the Persona 2 duology, a spin-off series of the Megami Tensei franchise. The game was originally released for the PlayStation 1 in 2000, and received an enhanced port for the PSP in 2012. However, while the PSP port of the prequel, Persona 2: Innocent Sin, was officially localized by Atlus in 2011, the PSP port of Eternal Punishment was never released outside Japan.

Fortunately, a group of dedicated fan translators has taken up the task of making Persona 2: Eternal Punishment playable in English on the PSP. The project, composed of a team of threeâeiowlta, Sayucchi, and DarTisDâtakes the original PS1 localization script and modifies and improves upon it, while taking the Tatsuya scenarioâexclusive to the PSP version--translation from another teamâp2px-scenario tumblr--with permission, and editing it.

The fan translation patch is available to download from GitHub[^1^], where you can also find instructions on how to apply it to your ISO copy of Persona 2: Eternal Punishment for PSP. According to the translation team, the patched ISO will work on PSP, PS Vita, and on PPSSPP[^2^]. The patch also removes some unnecessary data from the ISO, reducing its size by half.

Persona 2: Eternal Punishment is a role-playing game that follows a group of characters who are drawn into a series of bizarre events involving rumors that come true, a masked serial killer, and a cult that seeks to bring about the end of the world. The game features a turn-based combat system that allows players to exploit enemy weaknesses and perform combo attacks with their allies. The game also has a social aspect that lets players interact with various characters and form bonds with them.

Persona 2: Eternal Punishment is considered by many fans to be one of the best entries in the Persona series, and one of the most mature and complex stories in the Megami Tensei franchise. The fan translation patch is a great opportunity for English-speaking players to experience this classic game on their PSP or emulator of choice.The fan translation patch is not the only recent news for Persona fans. Atlus recently conducted a poll that asked fans which Persona game they would like to see remade, and Persona 3 and Persona 2 tied for the most votes. Persona 3 is already getting a remaster of its PSP version, Persona 3 Portable, which will be released sometime next year. Persona 3 Portable adds a female protagonist option, new social links, and a streamlined gameplay that removes the exploration of the overworld and replaces it with a point-and-click interface.

Persona 2, on the other hand, has not received any official remake or remaster from Atlus since the PSP ports. Many fans hope that Atlus will consider giving Persona 2 the same treatment as Persona 3 Portable, and perhaps even combine both Innocent Sin and Eternal Punishment into one package. Persona 2 is often overlooked by newer fans who are more familiar with Persona 4 and Persona 5, but it has a loyal fanbase that appreciates its dark and mature story, its memorable characters, and its unique gameplay mechanics.

Whether Atlus will listen to the fans' wishes and remake Persona 2 remains to be seen, but for now, thanks to the fan translation patch, English-speaking players can enjoy Persona 2: Eternal Punishment on their PSP or emulator of choice. The patch is a testament to the dedication and passion of the fan translators, who have spent years working on this project. Persona 2: Eternal Punishment is a game that deserves to be played by more people, and the fan translation patch makes it possible. ec8f644aee


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