The latest issue of Famitsu has a large feature on mystery PS Vita game Soul Sacrifice and it’s claiming that former Capcom development head Keiji Inafune is working on the project.
According to a translation by Andriasang, he’s joined by Yasunori Mitsuda and Wataru Hokoyama on music, while development is being handled by Marvelous AQL.
Information from the mag suggests that the “Sacrifice” part of the title refers to your magic. “When you cast a magic, you’ll need to make payment through objects, You can use things like stones and trees as payment. But for more powerful magic, you’ll be able to sacrifice your body parts. For instance, you can sacrifice your finger(s) to call out a Gleipnir. Sacrifice your eye(s) and you’ll call out a Gorgon.”
Rumours from other sources suggest that Soul Sacrifice will be released this Winter and will support one to four players.
Famitsu’s feature on Soul Sacrifice spans seven pages and includes story and monster details, so more details should follow within the next few days. Sony will also be holding a press conference for the game, so we presume this means it’s putting a lot of faith in this title.