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Soul Sacrifice demo lands on PSN next week

Friday, 12th April 2013 16:11 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

A demo for Soul Sacrifice will land on PSN next week, it was announced on the PS Blog. You can pick it up off the store on April 16 in North America and on April 17 in Europe. You start off in the demo as a slave who is owned by a ruthless mage, and is to be sacrificed. The event is interrupted by a mysterious tome which gives you the ability to think and speak, and it goes from there. try it out yourself. The game is out on Vita April 30. Below, there’s also a video interview with the game’s developer Keiji Inafune. Watch it.

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6 Comments

  1. polygem

    that´s great! i think the japanese demo allowed to transfer your save game to the full version?
    would be interesting to know if that´ll be the case here as well. would be cool.
    amazon germany changed the release date from may 2 to may 15 today…hmmm :(

    #1 2 years ago
  2. NeoSquall

    I still need to get the console ;_;

    #2 2 years ago
  3. Lengendaryboss

    Yay, finally something to play on my PS Vita :D

    #3 2 years ago
  4. Lengendaryboss

    A few extra details for anyone who wants to know:
    Many websites are saying that the demo’s progress transfers to the game although they don’t sound sure.
    Soul Sacrifice costs £29.99, how do i know this? Soul Sacrifice is up for preorder on the PS Vita store (Type it in search), you get the preorder bonuses. you need 2048KB and it also provides other details.
    @1 According to the store it is still scheduled for May 3rd launch (In UK where i am based if course)

    #4 2 years ago
  5. polygem

    @LB: i dont know which version to get, retail or digital. amazon germany listed it for a may 15 release while ps store says may 1? there isn’t any info about the preorder bonus on amazon. does anyone know if the bonus will be digital version exclusive? i definitley want to have it on may 1 if possible. it is a holiday here and my gf isnt home for 2 days. i could play 24/2 like a maniac.

    #5 2 years ago
  6. Lengendaryboss

    @5
    Well thats up to you, personally i go for the retail version so if i want to trade in the game i can get some money back or if the digital version is cheaper or competitively priced i usually go for it (Only if i am certain if the game is in my future long term). The preorder bonuses aren’t digital exclusive, certain retailers have these bonuses or not at all. You might want to contact Amazon via email or phone to check if they have it available.

    #6 2 years ago

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