Soul Sacrifice Delta has shown quite a few of its new monsters inspired by Grimms' Fairy Tales, including an up close and personal showdown with Red Riding Hood. See some Grimm beasts, new ways to unleash hell on your foes, and more after the jump.
Sony now has a digest preview of the animation from Soul Sacrifice Delta. This follow-up to Keiji Inafune's Soul Sacrifice brings new scenarios and monsters to PS Vita in Japan on March 6. Get a look after the jump.
The follow-up to Keiji Inafune's Soul Sacrifice, Soul Sacrifice Delta, brings new scenarios and monsters to PS Vita in Japan on March 6. The PlayStation Japan YouTube channel recently added a new story trailer, so you can see how the gruesome action is set up after the jump.
Keiji Inafune's Soul Sacrifice will be getting an update soon with the release of Soul Sacrifice Delta, which brings Grimm's Fairy Tales with a twist to the world of the dark action game. According to Japanese gaming mag Famitsu, those who pick it up will also get early access to a Freedom Wars demo. More after the jump.
Soul Sacrifice Delta heads to PS Vita in Japan on March 6 with its unique spin on a variety of Grimm's Fairy Tales. Since it's Soul Sacrifice, even Little Red Riding Hood is getting a ghastly overhaul, and you can see the monstrous depiction of the classic in the trailer after the jump.
Japan is getting more Soul Sacrifice in the form of Soul Sacrifice Delta, which is officially set to arrive on PS Vita on March 6, 2014. According to this week's issue of Dengeki PlayStation, the retail version will be priced at ¥4,980, with the download going for ¥3,900. Read on for more.
Sony's PlayStation Plus service always seems to have a solid collection of free games up for grabs, and today marks the addition of Keiji Inafune's Soul Sacrifice. More after the jump.
Japanese players still enjoying Keiji Inafune's sorcery-infused PS Vita action game Soul Sacrifice can look forward to a little crossover with Phantasy Star Online 2. Sega and Sony announced a pair of PSO2 costumes, both of which will be available as free DLC on August 29. Have a peek at how they look after the jump.
One of the great things about Keiji Inafune's Soul Sacrifice is that it's being supported with a bunch of free DLC post-launch. Among the DLC are a handful of new bosses, such as the previously revealed Ghost and Ouroboros. Now we have two more trailers that introducer the Basilisk and Troll boss DLC. Check 'em out after the jump.
There's still more action in store for Japanese Soul Sacrifice players, with a bunch of free DLC, including ten new bosses. Have a look at Ghost and Ouroboros, which will be available in the PlayStation Store on May 2, after the jump.
We don't even have Soul Sacrifice in North America yet, but there's talk brewing about a sequel. While speaking with IGN, Inafune said he's in talks with Sony to make it happen, and he already has an idea for it. More after the jump.
We're finally getting another PS Vita exclusive that looks really fun soon, with Keiji Inafune's Soul Sacrifice making its way to stores in North America on April 30. You won't have to go in blind, though, because Sony announced that a demo will be available to test drive on April 16. More, plus an interview, after the jump.
Soul Sacrifice's arrival in Japan is nigh, with Keiji Inafune's sorcerous action action game heading to PS Vita over there on March 7. Thus, commercials are running, offering a mix of CG and live-action to promote the game. Have a look after the jump!