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Soul Sacrifice stands on its own as an enjoyable title with an ambitious sacrifice concept – it just not quite right. 0
Sony’s Vita is still crying for that game to signal a rebirth. The Vita hasn’t hit its stride and Sony bizarrely hasn’t gone into panic mode yet, something Nintendo did when the 3DS was lacking momentum after its release, pumping out quality games to get people interested in the system. This is something Sony needs to do. Sure, some games are good on the Vita, and one of them,Persona 4 Golden, is one of the best I have ever played…but it’s an enhanced port, which isn’t quite as amazing as having...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
While Soul Sacrifice draws frequent comparisons to the Monster Hunter franchise for its focus on defeating large monsters with up to three other companions, Soul Sacrifice opts for much faster arcade-like gameplay while simplifying item drops and minimizing grinding. The addictive "just one more" nature of quests keeps the ride refreshing and fun the whole way through. The fate of monsters in multiplayer is determined by the majority. Every monster defeated in Soul Sacrifice can be disposed of i...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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