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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 441d ago | review

Soul Sacrifice Review | DigitalChumps

DigitalChumps write:

'Soul Sacrifice is a third person action RPG with four player co-op support. It has a lengthy and challenging single player story mode and several dozen quests that can be played in single player with AI help or online (or in Ad Hoc mode) with up to three other players. The game begins in a massive dungeon with your character trapped in a cage with the skeletal remains of others scattered around you. The evil sorcerer Magusar is soon to consume you, but in the meantime, a talking book named Librom introduces himself to you. Within Librom's numerous pages are the diary entries of another sorcerer. By reading these pages and reliving the tales (known as Phantom Quests) told within, you are able to change the diary's story and grow more powerful, enough that you may yet be able to confront and defeat Magusar.' (PS Vita, Soul Sacrifice) 7.6/10

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