This remake of the first PS1 Persona game “Revelations: Persona” begins at St. Hermelin High School with the MC and a group of friends betting in a classroom whether they can see the future or not. They try to summon Persona through a ceremony and a few of them are knocked out. When they go to visit their classmate Maki at the hospital, a brief but powerful earthquake is felt and the whole town is filled with demons. Fortunately, they find themselves with the power to summon Personas to their aid ever since the dream they had during that ceremony. They find themselves in another world and must hunt down a man named Kandori to find out how to get back.
Details and artwork for the free pre-order soundtrack the upcoming Persona PSP will have has been revealed. It will comprise of 2 discs and a total of 67 tracks, the complete collection from the RPG renewed by Shoji Meguro.
In case the Persona fans amongst you don’t know already, the official website for the PSP remake of Persona Revelations is now open, complete with a video showing off a bit of gameplay footage and the new Anime scenes.
And Atlus finally reveals what their Persona PSP title is. It’s going to be a remake of the first Persona, “Revelations” that was developed for the PSX 13 years ago in 1996. This remake due on April 29th will be directed by Shoji Meguro who will also be responsible for renewing the soundtrack. He was responsible for the Velvet Room theme song, “A Poem for Everyone’s Soul” in the original game. Pre-orders will be able to get a hold of it for free as a bonus.
Kazuma Kaneko will of course, be the one responsible for the art direction.