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#1  Edited By Ham08

@ thehexeditor  Yes!  She's got an awesome voice and I love the melody.  I'm pretty sure they will localize it, they brought the Persona and Persona 3 PSP remakes over, so why not?  I'm buying at least 2 copies, for sure.  Now, Persona 5, is a whole new ball of wax.  I am buying 5 copies of that if it turns out to be the incredible piece of work that I know they are capable of.  Gottta support my favorite devloper and product series.  :)

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I checked Giantbomb sound track opening theme listing for this PSP remake here and it appears that "Unbreakable Tie - by Lotus Juice & Asami Izawa" is the name of the song.  I found another video that just has a partial clip from the sound track.  About 50 seconds in to this video, you can hear the part I like.  Too bad there is rap at the beginning, it seems out of place and subtracts from the quality of this beautiful song.

  

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This is Persona 2: Innocent Sin PSP remake.  The Japanese release date is April 14th according to

RPGFan website.

As far as localization, nothing has been announced yet, but Atlus has localized Persona and Persona 3 PSP remakes, so I would say that there is a good chance of that happening.
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Hey everyone!  Could someone please watch/listen to this Persona 2 PSP video and tell me the name of the song at the end?  What is the name of the group that performs it? I love it and I just cannot get it out of my head.  It's driving me nuts, not knowing.  Thanks!
P.S.
The song begins at around 7:54 or seven minutes and fifty-four seconds into the video.

  

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Jennifer Hale is a national treasure.  She played Jaden Korr in Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, Dynaheir in Baldur's Gate, Mazzy Fentan in Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn and Throne of Bhaal, Bastila Shan in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 1 and 2, female Commander Shepard in Mass Effect 1 and 2 among many others in film, television, and video games.

I agree with  Stete's comment from above, that her absolute best performances were in Mass Effect 1 and 2 and I don't remember any performance from any other voice actor that turned out so perfect.

Jennifer Hales performance in Mass Effect 1 and 2 was truly amazing.  Her voice was music to your ears, such that she could tell Commander Shepard's story so vividly that no visual aide was necessary.  Her voice compelled you to listen, -- a siren's song.  The intonation, inflection, emotion, presentation, and timing was right on the money for every word of dialogue.  As a female commander it was amazing that she could show compassion for victims but never lose her voice of authority.  She was kind, but not all mushy, at the same time you knew she was the commander in charge.  Her voice was that of a legendary great leader that masses of people flock to follow because they know that are part of something special.  Her renegade performance was shockingly good, as well. She made it feel so good to be bad.


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She will lend her voice to the Female Trooper in Star Wars: The Old Republic and reprise her role as female Commander Shepard in Mass Effect 3.

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#6  Edited By Ham08

Check out Nora Jones.  She's smooth.    

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Make sure the power supply supports modern video cards.

Modern Video cards need direct power from the power supply not just from the PCI-Express slot on the motherboard.  It should be a six pin connector and will plug in to the video card on the end inside the case.  Sometimes they have a six pin and a two pin stuck together, because some devices require eight.  In that case, two of those pins should slip off and away from the other six if that is all you need for your video card.  Examine the connector from the power supply carefully, it should be easily recognizable that two pins can be separated from the other six.

There's a four pin connector to power the CPU, 24 PIN to power the motherboard.  You may have only supplied power to the CPU fan and not the CPU itself.

On the motherboard/case, match up all the pin numbers (ie., pin 1 case wires matches pin 1 on motherboard, ground to ground etc., for the correct device  such  as power on/off, USB, Fans, etc.).

This should all be in your motherboard, case, power supply, video card, etc manuals.

It wouldn't hurt you to find a recent guide for building your PC and read the whole thing carefully, then start from scratch.

New builders can take 10 hours or more before they get it right, so don't be discouraged, but you will have to read, study, and ask questions to learn the ropes.  Experienced builders can usually have it up and running ready for an OS install / stress test in less than an hour.


P.S. Never skimp on a power supply.  A 650 Watt continuous is preferred over modular. More than one rail was preferred in the past, but not so any longer.  A single rail continuous with high efficiency is an overall better power supply.  BTW, what brand name is your power supply?  What efficiency rating?  How many rails? You may be better off sending it in for a quality brand replacement.

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@Impossibilium: 
Exactly!  I think they expanded too fast, went with their own servers and hired software engineers, rented buildings when the people could have worked from home, and all the overhead that goes with it.  They should have started out small paying a small fee to have someone else host their site, youtube host their videos, just a few people writing articles every day, establish a consistent and significant money inflow from advertising and donations, then grow from there when they could afford it.
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@ManMadeGod said:

Sites like Gamespot and IGN are owned by mega corporations. Giantbomb is not. It's not easy to operated a independent  video games website. You make it sound like every other person can easily operated a review-based website and make money. Think about how many people would love to do this for a living, how many people start up their own sites, and how many fail. You seem really out of touch with reality. "

Maybe Whiskey Media should fire half the people they employ?  For the amount of people they have working for them, there doesn't seem to be near enough content Network Wide to show for it.  There are plenty of ways to cut costs and improve efficiency while holding on to quality.   Moreover, It seems to me that there is plenty of reason for ANY type of company to advertise on their websites, maybe the marketing or management department isn't doing a very good job.
 
Regardless,  the Persona 4 Endurance Run was the only piece of content that I would have actually paid for.
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#10  Edited By Ham08

There seems to be a theme going of nothing but music and dancing games.  Is that all they are doing for the entire show?