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Soul Sacrifice Review | Game Over Online

Game Over Online: "Soul Sacrifice is one of the Vita’s most polished efforts yet, and thanks to an extensive demo that will take a couple of hours to complete – even if you don’t grind for goodies – it’s easy to see if you’ll enjoy the full game or not without having to spend money up-front. As someone who loved Ragnarok Odyssey, but really doesn’t like the Monster Hunter series itself, I found this super-dark take on the action RPG sub-genre to be very interesting and fun. If you’re curious about it, clear some space up on your memory card and download the demo – your time with it is well-spent as you can carry your save over to the full game, and find out if the formula is for you. There’s a bit of a learning curve to it given the many things you can do, so be sure to spend as much time as you need to get accustomed to everything in the demo before buying the full game. Anyone who enjoys Monster Hunter, and even folks who don’t, will find a game that offers up a lot of fun both off and online." (PS Vita, Soul Sacrifice) 85/100

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