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Soul Sacrifice Screens and Art

Our first real look at Keiji Inafune's grotesque PlayStation Vita action title.

 

Famitsu.com has lots and lots of screens and artwork for Soul Sacrifice, which was revealed in this week's issue of Weekly Famitsu to be Keiji Inafune's new PlayStation Vita game. Take a look at the media below.

As detailed earlier, the player is a slave to a cruel sorcerer. You're locked away in prison, set to be sacrificed, when a book appears before you. This book, Golam Book, is actually a demon in book form. It has the ability to let you experience the contents contained within, which depict the past battles between sorcerers and monsters.

Those past battles serve as the quests that you play in the game. You'll be able to play the quests in four player multiplayer.

The character you control in the quests is a sorcerer who must make payment in order to use magic. The more you're willing to pay, the more powerful the magic. You can use trees and stones in your surroundings as payment. Or, you can sacrifice parts of your body for more powerful magics. If you do this too much, though, you'll slowly lose your human form.

Look below for artwork showing some of powerful and gruesome magic that we detailed earlier. The media also includes art and screens of some of the monsters like Slime, Minotaurus, and Cerberus, and some stage concept visuals.

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