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Soul Sacrifice Serves Up New E3 Trailer

Posted by Sammy Barker

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Sony’s E3 press conference may have been light on new PlayStation Vita content, but there’s still plenty in the pipeline for the recently released machine. One such game that’s turning heads is Soul Sacrifice, a gritty action game that's being produced by Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune.

The game – which is being described as Sony’s answer to Monster Hunter – deals with the issue of sacrifice. “Cruelty is a reality in our life,” explains Sony’s Kumi Yuasa, “We have to make sacrifices and pay costs on a daily basis.”

Soul Sacrifice will see you making tough decisions in order to obtain “great power”. Check out the trailer below, and let us know what you think in the comments.


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User Comments (6)



cyphid said:

Not true. Jack Tretton of Sony was interviewed @E3 this morning from Spike, he was asked if the Vita was doomed. His response was a really good one; said the Vita's only been out 4 months and nearly 60 new titles are coming by the end of the year. I bet a majority is PSN but that's not a problem to me.




The 3DS bounced back from it's slump- a slump that was due to hardware that's guaranteed to give decent chunk of the gaming public headaches!!

It also doesn't have many 'AAA' titles, just the same regurgitated Nintendo staples. It's flying now.

And to say the Vita is 'doomed' is getting to be the dullest, most predictable crock of crap across the gaming internet! What's wrong with people? There's nothing wrong with the Vita, great launch line up and a trickle of games releasing. Yes the memory's needlessly expensive, but so what- get a job!

Also- define 'doomed' for me? Everyone I know who's seen the Vita wants one, apart from of course, the people who only read game sites headlines and say 'there's no games for it', I must be playing something else then! As if one day due to all of the internet haters Sony will just one day agree and cease all Vita operations! Wake up man!



get2sammyb said:

I'm writing an article on this. I think the Sony press conference missed the opportunity to "re-energise" enthusiasm in the platform if you will, but it's certainly not "doomed". There's a lot of cool stuff incoming that I'm eager to play.

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