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Destiny of Spirits on PS Vita: The World Unites in Battle

Kumi Yuasa's Avatar + Posted by Kumi Yuasa on Jul 25, 2013


Hello PlayStation.Blog readers! In our last blog post, we provided an overview of Destiny of Spirits, a PS Vita game launching this year. Today, we’re back to share more details about its social aspects.

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More Free Soul Sacrifice DLC Coming Tuesday

Kumi Yuasa's Avatar + Posted by Kumi Yuasa on Jun 05, 2013

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Today, we’re announcing that there will be eight more quests and two new boss characters — “Dwarf” and “Ogre” — added on June 11th! Be sure to download the free unlock key on that day.

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The Sounds of Soul Sacrifice: Get the Soundtrack on PSN Today

Kumi Yuasa's Avatar + Posted by Kumi Yuasa on May 07, 2013

Hi, everyone! We hope you are all enjoying Soul Sacrifice!

We’ve been talking about the music of Soul Sacrifice for quite a while. Many of you have asked if the soundtrack will be available for purchase. Good news: the Soul Sacrifice Original Soundtrack will be available exclusively on the PlayStation 3 PSN Store today!

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Soul Sacrifice Out Next Week, New Pre-Order Trailer

Kumi Yuasa's Avatar + Posted by Kumi Yuasa on Apr 24, 2013

Remember — online multiplayer support for the demo will end when the game launches next Tuesday, so if you’ve been curious to see how the infrastructure online handles, check it out sooner rather than later. Just as importantly: your save files carry over to the finished game, and doing so is the only way to get your hands on a special magical Offering, so check out the demo if you haven’t already.

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Soul Sacrifice: Demo Out Today, Saves Transfer to Full Game

Kumi Yuasa's Avatar + Posted by Kumi Yuasa on Apr 16, 2013


Your first reaction to the demo might be, “Holy moly, this is a LOT of demo!” …And you’d be right! The entire first chapter of the full game is included, all of which is playable with up to three other friends via online or ad-hoc multiplayer.

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Soul Sacrifice: Demo April 16th, Keiji Inafune Interview

Kumi Yuasa's Avatar + Posted by Kumi Yuasa on Apr 12, 2013

Soul Sacrifice launches exclusively for PlayStation Vita on April 30th… that’s just weeks away! Many of you have been asking about the demo coming to North America and we’re finally able to address your questions. First, though, watch our new interview with legendary designer Keiji Inafune below.

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Soul Sacrifice: Tough Choices, Colossal Bosses

Kumi Yuasa's Avatar + Posted by Kumi Yuasa on Feb 15, 2013

Soul Sacrifice is, as its name suggests, a game that asks the player to make an ultimate decision. It happens every time you defeat an enemy, actually — a choice to either save the enemy’s soul, or sacrifice it for your own gain. How you customize your character in this regard is crucial, since you’re going to go up against some very large enemies. That scale, and the importance of making the player truly feel it, is at the heart of this piece from composer Wataru Hokoyama.

Because there are gigantic, powerful enemies, it’s important to build your character’s stats and levels. Your decision of saving or sacrificing will affect what type of character you want to build.

When you defeat an enemy, it will be in critical condition. You can approach it and decide to either Save it or Sacrifice it, each with differing consequences.

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Inside Skywalker Sound: Soul Sacrifice’s Battle Theme

Kumi Yuasa's Avatar + Posted by Kumi Yuasa on Feb 08, 2013

Back in December, we released a sneak-peek of the Skywalker Sound soundtrack recording video for Soul Sacrifice. As mentioned, the game’s soundtrack is composed by Yasunori Mitsuda and Wataru Hokoyama, two of the most recognized composers in the industry. Today. I’m excited to share a video introducing one of the scores Mitsuda-san composed.

Mitsuda-san was kind enough to provide us the following accompanying message.

“This was the very first battle music I composed, and I focused on making sure it fit the fighting theme of Soul Sacrifice.

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