Submitted by OllieBoy 1135d ago | interview

Hard Choices: Inafune Talks Soul Sacrifice

PlayStation Blog: In the world of video game development, Keiji Inafune is a giant among men. The illustrator and former global head of production at Capcom has played a key role in the development of an astounding array of games spanning a diverse lineup of genres, everything from Mega Man to Resident Evil to Lost Planet and many more. (Keiji Inafune, PS Vita, Soul Sacrifice)

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morganfell  +   1135d ago
Incredible that he is one of the few people taking the opposite tact in forcing you to think about the implications of your decisions.

Damned few developers these days that are tracking something besides graphics as their primary innovation. But then again, you can't hang screenshots concerning the implications of moral choices in a gamestop window.

I am really looking forward to this title and it's just one more reason to own a Vita.
Xperia_ion  +   1135d ago
I want a special edition!!
Qrphe  +   1135d ago
That was a pretty awesome interview. This man is a legend, and his game will be freaking awesome!
Hicken  +   1135d ago
Great interview. I can't wait to sacrifice my friends!
rezzah  +   1135d ago
There is a cool vid on youtube that shows what co-op looks like.

At one point it seemed a teammate was sacrificed for the final attack, it was pretty epic.
takohma  +   1135d ago
I'm trying my hardest to patiently wait for this game. Good interview. Makes it even harder to wait. I think I will get the special edition. If they have one.
DivineAssault  +   1134d ago
3DS can have monster hunter.. I think this is the beginning of a new great series.. Top notch devs & top notch handheld visuals.. This game looks better than some current gen titles...

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