You may have seen some info on the free Soul Sacrifice DLC heading our way later this month. You may have even noticed the poster below in your local Gamestop. It's true: several new bosses have been confirmed as free DLC with eight of them having been identified. I would have mentioned something earlier, but I've been playing the game so much I forgot to write about it. This is easily my pick up and play guilty pleasure of the year (so far). If you haven't been keeping up with your Avalon Pacts, check out the image below and get an eyeful of the grotesque monsters soon to be marked for extermination.
Soul Sacrifice is often compared to the Monster Hunter games for its party-based, monster-killing gameplay. Unsurprisingly, there are some big differences, and with its unique save-or-sacrifice mechanic as well as both online and Ad Hoc co-op, some questions about the co-op are sure to arise. We try to answer some of the FAQs in our Soul Sacrifice Co-Op FAQ.
The day many of us have been waiting for has come, and Soul Sacrifice has been released for everyone to purchase. To showcase the game, the official launch trailer for Soul Sacrifice has been released. It highlights the action of the game, alongside cinematic music and grandiose captions. Whatever, its just a trailer.
Soul Sacrifice is less than a week away, and Sony wants to remind you the time to pre-order is running out. PlayStation.Blog recently posted the following video showcasing the bonus items you'll receive if you decide to pony up cash beforehand.
I was talking to Nick the other day and I let it slip that I had put around 25 hours into the Soul Sacrifice demo. And I don’t mean the Japanese version that came out months ago. Somehow, between playing and writing about all the games I’m supposed to be playing and writing about - and doing my part in the benevolent dictatorship my wife and I hold over a household full of pugs and children- I managed to play the Soul Sacrifice demo for an entire day (not in one sitting). It’s been out for less than a week. Embarassing, I know.
The Soul Sacrifice demo hits the PlayStation Store later today. Prepare to tear yourself apart in order to bring ruin to your enemies. The dark fantasy action RPG will force players to sacrifice themselves (and their co-op partners) to unlock powerful magic. Just look at that header image. I'm not an expert on spell casting, but I think I'd prefer a magical staff or a wand over this particular technique. To each their own.
The long awaited North American demo for Soul Sacrifice will finally hit the PlayStation Network next week. The four player cooperative action RPG features a brutal spell casting system where characters can sacrifice objects, parts of their bodies, and even their lives, in exchange for powerful magic. You can sprout blades from your arms, engulf yourself in flames, and even spray your own blood at your enemies. Delightful!
Soul Sacrifice is a little over a month a way, and I can honestly say I'm pumped for this one. The PlayStation Vita exclusive will allow players to make gruesome sacrifices in order to cast powerful spells. It also supports four player local or online co-op, so you can sacrifice and be sacrificed by your friends, as well. Neat!
Soul Sacrifice looms ever closer, now just a few short months away. I finally got my hands on the Japanese language demo and took it for a spin. Comcept's third person foray into spell casting fueled by self mutilation is a wild ride. Once again I was instantly reminded that I still can't read Japanese. You think I'd get on that. Lucky for me, my badass menu navigation skills are universal. I battled my way through the menus until I got to the real meat of the game. If you have an extra Vita memory card and a Japanes PSN account I highly recommend checking it out.
Soul Sacrifice, the game where you can hurt you friends - but in a cooperative way! - is a pretty highly anticipated Playstation Vita game this year. With a unique premise (you can either choose to save or sacrifice defeated enemies or even allies), plenty of mythological lore, and a dark, gritty feeling to it, it's not difficult to see why many Vita owners are looking forward to this 4-player co-operative title.
More details have been revealed for the dark fantasy PlayStation Vita exclusive, Soul Sacrifice. The four player cooperative title features a system that will allow players to save or sacrifice defeated enemies as well as critically wounded co-op partners. Once you've beaten an enemy you will be given the choice of saving the creature's soul, or sacrificing it for your own gain. There will be consequences.
For many Vita owners, Soul Sacrifice is shaping up to be one of the sole reasons to own the system. A monster hunting epic that features heavy emphasis on magic, Soul Sacrifice has been long awaited by Vita owners wanting a substantial game for their handheld. In addition to the cooperative play features, during the course of the...
Soul Sacrifice finally has an official release date. The four player cooperative game will be available in retailers and downloadable through the PlayStation Network on April 30th. Set in a dark fantasy world, players must sacrifice objects to harness magical spells. The more valuable the item, the more powerful the magic. "Swordmaster's Seedlings" and "Giant's Bones" are good for basic combat, but what happens when you are faced with a truly daunting enemy? Maybe you'll have to sacrifice one of your own limbs, or another player -- maybe even yourself.
Soul Sacrifice is getting a good amount of hype. The upcoming 4-player co-op game for the Vita has the interesting premise that great power can only be obtained through severe sacrifice, as players will have to sacrifice pieces of their avatar's body to cast spells. A demo for Japanese users was recently announced, and now details on a special pre-order incentive have surfaced.
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