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Submitted by CGMagazine 535d ago | opinion piece

Soul Sacrifice and Vita's Wasted Potential

Now, the situation is quite a bit different. The 3DS continues to amass a library of interesting games while the Vita is suffering from an extremely shallow pool of worthwhile exclusive titles. The launch of the PlayStation 4 doesn’t look like it’s going to help reverse this trend, either, Sony appearing intent on repositioning the handheld as a PS4 second-screen rather than the “portable console” it originally pitched to buyers. This, as exemplified by Marvelous AQL/SCE Japan Studio’s deeply flawed yet fascinating Soul Sacrifice, seems like a bit of a shame. (Culture, Sony, Soul Sacrifice)

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