In 1999, Atlus released the original Persona 2 for the PlayStation. Subtitled Tsumi (Japanese for Sin), It was the first game in the duology, but did not receive an English translation. Its sequel, Batsu (Punishment) did, however. The game was released in Japan and North America in 2000, revitalizing Atlus’ USA division.
Eleven years later, Atlus remade Sin and Punishment for the PSP, and this time, Sin got an official translation.
Rikku: “This Al Bhed girl formed the Gullwings together with her brother. While the spheres they hunt may reveal a frightening past, Rikku does not avert her eyes from the truth, striding forward and bringing hope to Paine and Yuna despite all.”
September 28, 2014: I unlocked a new song from Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo’s Dungeon! I wonder what it is… “Raffaelo Battle”? Well. So much for that plot twist.
Raffaelo started off as a baby, but he grows at an unnatural rate as Chocobo explores more of the dungeons of Lostime. The more Raffaelo grows, the less normal he feels, and admits to having dark thoughts sometimes.
Developer: indieszero, Square Enix 1st Production Department
Publisher: Square Enix
Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Released (NA): September 16, 2014
Released (JP): April 24, 2014
Released (AU): September 16, 2014
Released (EU): September 18, 2014
Initially, TFF:CC may seem like a sequel in the Capcom mold, meaning that it has only minor alterations and additions. I was happily wrong about this assumption as TFF:CC proved to supplant its predecessor.
Instead of having courses where you have to play certain songs associated with one game, you can choose any type of song from any of the featured titles.