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Tons of Atlus PSP games get price drop on PSN

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The release of the PlayStation Vita means a bunch of people who only now have access to the PSP's extensive library of JRPGs. Atlus is responsible for the development and publishing of many of those JRPGs, and has decided to drop the prices of many of their published games on the PSN.

The games affected by drop, and their old and current prices:

Persona - $39.99 > $19.99
Persona 2: Innocent Sin - $39.99 > $29.99
Persona 3 Portable - $39.99 > $19.99
Riviera: The Promised Land - $14.99 > $9.99
Yggdra Union - $14.99 > $9.99
Knights in the Nightmare - $29.99 > $14.99
Heyxyz Force - $29.99 > $14.99
Kenka Bancho Badass Rumble - $39.99 > $14.99
Crimson Gem Saga - $29.99 > $14.99
Class of Heroes - $39.99 > $14.99

All of these games are playable on Vita, so now's a great time to catch up on those JRPGs you may have missed.



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