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Soul Sacrifice Is A Constant Dilemma Of Moral Choice

Dave Irwin: ''Over on the PlayStation Europe blog, Soul Sacrifice’s Producer – Kumi Yuasa, has written a post detailing some of the key aspects of the the game, including the constant dilemma of whether to save the souls of enemies you kill, or to sacrifice them to eternal damnation for your own profit. Whatever you decide will help build your character’s strength up to face against some very big monsters.''

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parkerpeters1256d ago

How many times have a I heard that one... Oh well. Maybe this time it's true. My vita needs a new reason to be played, so why not.

profgerbik1256d ago (Edited 1256d ago )

P.S. Yea I can agree with that but Soul Sacrifice seems a bit different, that has been the main focus of the entire game.

I think they will manage to get it right.

I also think they mean by the fact you can choose to kill off your own teammates to help progress through battle, so yes that is a moral dilemma and I am sure some people won't be so willing to be killed off either making it even harder.

Who knows what happens when you die either all I know is you can help even when you are dead in ghost mode and sometimes it benefits killing your teammates but then what if those teammates don't get the same rewards as being alive?

Sounds very choice like. I love it.

parkerpeters1256d ago

Nearly every game with moral decisions claims to be a "constant dilemma" of one kind or another. More often or not, the choices have no bearing on the outcome of the game.

profgerbik1256d ago (Edited 1256d ago )

Those bosses look awesome. I can't wait to play this game it is going to be brutal. One of the reasons I bought a Vita was for this and PSO 2.