On October 26, 2010 it was revealed in a Famitsu magazine issue that Innocent Sin will receive an enhanced port for the PSP. Like its predecessor's PSP port, it will include an improved user interface, new character portraits, a new difficulty level choice and a new soundtrack among other various additions and improvements. Players will be able to choose whether or not they wish to hear the new, arranged tracks composed by Shōji Meguro, who once again is serving as the game's director. The official release date for Japan is 14 April 2011.
According to a recent notice from Atlus USA, the US release of the game will be available September 20 2011.
Although there were no issues with the controversial subject matter for the original Playstation release of Innocent Sin in Japan, the PSP remake has a bit of censoring: Hitler's name is changed to Führer, Nazis are changed to "Imperial Soldiers", Hitler now wears sunglasses and a coat to cover his uniform, and all swastikas have been replaced by iron crosses. Further, one of the game's NPCs identification is changed from "Gay student council member" to "Student council member that sounds like a girl".
- Sony PSP
- NA Release Date
- April 14, 2011
- MVGL User Score
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