New PS Vita game “Soul Sacrifice”
This game has support for multiplayer up to 4 players and fight huge monsters. Some say this game Is a sequel to Dark Souls but uh…I don’t know. The “Sacrifice” part of the title refers to your magic. When you cast a magic, you’ll need to make payment through objects. You can use things like stones and trees as payment. But for more powerful magic, Soul Sacrifice let’s you sacrifice objects, body parts and even your own life to cast out magic and fend off those enemies. For instance, you can sacrifice your finger(s) to call out a Gleipnir. Sacrifice your eye(s) and you’ll call out a Gorgon. Soul Sacrifice Is set to release In Japan this winter.
Here’s a fun fact, this game was created by Keiji Inafune Capcom’s former head developer and creator of Mega Man! This Is his next project. He also has the help of Japanese developer/publisher Marvelous AQL. Inafune, commented during a presentation for the game, “Concept is the most important part of a game. If the concept is good, 80 percent of games are good. That’s how important the concept is.”
Notable video game composers Yasunori Mitsuda (Final Fantasy V, Chrono Trigger) and Wataru Hohoyama (Afrika, Resident Evil 5) are also lending their talents to Soul Sacrifice.
You can check out the trailer below. Beware…It’s gory! Not for the faint eye.
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