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Submitted by duckieoro 453d ago | review

Review: Soul Sacrifice Requires a Blood Offering of Patience

I sympathize with Capcom producer, Keiji Inafune. While his games are often filled with meaningful intentions, it’s hard for any genre outsider to feel compelled enough to invest any considerable amount of energy into a title, especially one that beams with so much potential as Soul Sacrifice. (PS Vita, Soul Sacrifice) -

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