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Before long, the protagonists discover the power to summon another side of them called "Personas," which they use to investigate the strange incidents around the city, all while facing their own personal demons as well.  Time is once again on the march.
Key Features:
- The "Lost Persona" arrives, expanded and enhanced! - The only Persona game to never see a formal release in North America is finally here, with improved visuals, the option to play with the original or a remixed soundtrack, new quests, refinements, and much more!
- A Twisted World in which Rumor Becomes Reality - When casual gossip suddenly becomes harsh existence, the denizens of Sumaru City realize the bizarre phenomenon can quickly get out of hand and be used to further nefarious agendas.  It's up to you and your classmates to figure out what or who is pulling everyone's strings.
- Befriend the Enemy - Contact enemy demons to gain items, tarot cards, and vital information only they have.  Negotiate carefully: every demon reacts to certain approaches differently!
- Full Team Control - Your entire squad is yours to command!  Summon new Personas for all five members of the party and manage their equipment and items to give your team the best chance for victory.
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