Meet Soul Sacrifice, the Vita's potential Monster Hunter slayer | Eurogamer

"With great power comes the need for great sacrifice," says Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune, offering a riff off Spider-Man's mantra to apply it to his upcoming game, Soul Sacrifice.

It looks like Inafune sacrificed quite a bit himself, leaving his cushy position as a producer at Capcom after a 23-year stint at the company. But with that sacrifice came power. In this case, it means he can make Soul Sacrifice, one of the oddest games on the Vita's horizon.

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deno2033d ago

I'm excited about this game. Always been a fan of Keiji Inafune.

Ultr2033d ago

sounds absolutely great!

ShoryukenII2033d ago

Agreed. This is what the Vita needs, not Uncharted or Resistance. It needs brand new IPs.

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ForRealz172033d ago

The gameplay looks solid and story seems interesting. Definitely looking forward to this game.

GribbleGrunger2033d ago

Please, let's not start this nonsense. It's going to be a great game but it's not going to be a monster hunter slayer (maybe in the distant future) So, remember folks, Sony never said this.

telekineticmantis2033d ago

I'm wondering if this game is open world. Game looks good though, just wish it had voice acting.

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