Wed, May 09, 2012 | 16:52 BST
Soul Sacrifice takes place inside a book filled with monsters that were once human
More information on Keiji Inafune and Marvelous Entertainment’s Soul Sacrifice has trickled out of the ether, and according to Gematsu, the Vita title takes place inside a demonic book.
According to the report, the game’s main character was raised by a cruel sorcerer who has a penchant for humans slaves. At one point, he to be offered up as a sacrifice, when suddenly the book appears before him and its contents reveal the past deeds of the sorcerer and monster fights.
Our character then enters the book and lives out its stories, battling monsters who were once human but turned due to overusing magic. The player can lose his human form as well if magic is abused.
Wataru Hokoyama, who is composing the game’s score with Yasunori Mitsuda, is in charge of the overseas recording which suggests a localized version is in the cards.
The game is currently 50% complete and will release this winter.
More details on the title as well as a link to the first teaser can be found in a previous post on the title.