Soul Sacrifice Trailer Looks Less Painful Than Its Gruesome Concept Art

By Ishaan . June 5, 2012 . 1:43pm

Soul Sacrifice wasn’t at Sony’s E3 media briefing last night, but the game is still headed to North America and Europe. Today, Sony released a new E3 trailer for the multiplayer PlayStation Vita title where you have to sacrifice your own body to cast magic. Take a look at it below:


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  • Alex Cattaneo

    looks great cant wait

  • Guest

    Probably the only Vita game I’m interested in at the moment

    • badmoogle

      For me it’s easily this and Gravity Daze.But still i don’t find it reasonable to  spend €280 for a system that it’s future looks so unstable…

  • AzureNova

    I’ll be sacrificing some money in my wallet for this =P

    • Altin Bujupaj

      More like rip the spine out of that wallet ! :D

  • Altin Bujupaj

    In addition: I wish they’d take the voice from the guy of Namco Bandai always saying:


  • XiaomuArisu

    Some people call me spineless!
    Now I can proof it!

    • Dylan Ng

      Uhm….I don’t think its a good idea…..

      • XiaomuArisu

         We will see….
        Riping spine out screaming EXCALIBAAAAAA!Will be awesome….impossible in real life and disgusting but awesome.XD

  • Lexaus_the_Alchemist


    Definitely in my “Top 5 Most Anticipated Vita games” for the year. Ragnarok Odyssey will have to hold me down until this comes out. Need to feed that action itch! 

  • Kashell

    Now I’m more excited about it. Maybe I’ll be getting a Vita sooner than expected!

  • joe ling

    They should have shown this instead of wonderbook thing.

  • Domii

    If they would of only shown this in the presentation instead, it would have stole the show. 

  • monk_123

     Oh my, they couldn’t spare 2 minutes for a trailer because Wonder Book was clearly game of the show. Bravo, Sony, bravo!

  • VXLbeast

    You are freaking fools Sony, freaking fools.  If someone didn’t know what the Vita was and they watched Sony’s conference, they still freakin’ wouldn’t know what the Vita was.  

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