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Submitted by Yuprules 661d ago | review

Soul Sacrifice Review – Gametactics

Ever since Capcom decided to pass up the Vita in favor of the 3DS for its next release of the Japanese Action RPG megahit, Monster Hunter, people have been wondering how Sony would respond. And when Keiji Inafune, co-designer of Mega Man, left his position as Capcom’s Global Head of Production, many in the industry speculated about what his next move would be. In Soul Sacrifice for the Playstation Vita we have the final product of these two seemingly disparate events. The question is whether it will be enough to catch the eye of diehard fans of the genre who are a significant part of the market in Japan, and if it helps to fill the continuing gap of unique, standout AAA exclusives in the Vita’s library to appeal to the mass market in general. Find out more as Michael LeParc of Gametactics reviews Soul Sacrifice for the PlayStation Vita (PS Vita, Soul Sacrifice) 8/10

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