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Submitted by Lavalamp 568d ago | review

Soul Sacrifice Review | Quarter to Three

Quarter to Three: "You might have figured out by now this isn’t one of those 'grand tours through lots of content' games. You’re going to fight the same monster over and over, and even when you’re not fighting the same monsters, you’re often fighting reskinned versions with different attacks and vulnerabilities. Like any great action RPG, the game is about tuning a character build, and shepherding it through increasingly difficult variations of the same things you’ve been doing all along, with friends, strangers, or an AI along for the ride. But unlike many such games, it’s got one hell of a story, insidioiusly barbed gameplay hooks, and the sort of infinite lifespan that makes your Vita worth the money you spent." (PS Vita, Soul Sacrifice) 4/5

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