Gary Swaby of The Koalition writes:
The Playstation Vita is a great piece of hardware, there's no denying this fact. Its main issue is that there's not a significant amount of software to truly set it aside from every other gaming platform. That is why games like Sony Japan's Soul Sacrifice are important when it comes to proving the Vita's value; but is Soul Sacrifice a Vita defining title? Or does it lack the soul it needs to be Vita's shining star?