Never really got a chance to play the first and second Persona games. I'd like to find out about the stories. But my PSP stopped working a long time ago. Is there some place online where I could find a written script or something like that?
You have a Vita right? Persona 1 is 10-15$ on PSN for download. Persona 2 is 40$. But if you don't want them, you can probably wiki the story, or Youtube. --- Square Enix, create a sequel to TWEWY. You have 3 years. Fail and face erasure. - The Fanbase http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fjf48W3Dg98
I know there are walkthroughs available online. RedQueeny has a really in-depth one for P1 (almost annoyingly so at times lol it takes her like 6 movies to get to the first dungeon because she talks to all the NPCs) --- Don't forget to check out my MegaTen themed webcomics at http://www.drunkduck.com/user/Strain42/ (Currently Updating: Persona Won M-F)
Persona 1s story isn't anything special really. But both Persona 2s have great stories, and the whole of it is great too. I highly recommend playing the Persona 2 duology if onky for the story and characters, since the gameplay is a bit dated. --- The official Surt of the Shin Megami Tensei IV board. White 2 FC: 2581 1170 0989
I really liked the Snow Queen Quest story of P1, I thought it was a lot more interesting than the SEBEC route.
Which is a shame because the game literally rushes you through the SQQ. --- Don't forget to check out my MegaTen themed webcomics at http://www.drunkduck.com/user/Strain42/ (Currently Updating: Persona Won M-F)
As a P2 fan (most people know this if they pay attention to me), I definitely recommend playing both games. However if it's not possible, then there is a video walkthrough for the game. I did the same thing for SMT1 and some of SMT2. I learned the story of both games due to their gameplay being very dated. P1 story isn't that major, but it does introduce a certain villain that would eventually have a major role in both P2s. Not to mention it gives a good backstory to the P1 cast. They have a pretty decent role in the P2 duology. --- "When you come at the king you best not miss"