Very original MH clone, but it lost my interest ...
Chris Rios, Amazon
9 August 2014
Summary: Very original MH clone, but it lost my interest due to the lack of functional variety from the 1-button-only attacks that barely do any damage before they break in 2 hits. The save/sacrifice options also feel worthless because in local co op nobody would even want to sacrifice when we could just revive and keep the damage output higher that way.
Summary: Good on the go fun. It's fun unique style, picked it up on the cheap over the holidays, and i'm only a little bit in as i only have about 20 minutes a day to play, but it's what it should be for a portable game. I guess if it was a console game I'd want more, but it's not that and its good at what it is meant to be, a good fun portable game that'll keep you coimng back.
Summary: It is a very strange game, but it is awesome! It has a unique concept, a lot of interesting lore and things to keep you intersted when you start wanting to stop fighting for a minute, and you can customize your character with different faces/hair/colors/gender/clothes. I love the different choices you have to make throughout the game that make it truly changed by your decisions, unlike other games that claim this ability. It is a great game.
Summary: This game is very addictive with it's starting intro and the way it sucks you into the gameplay there after. The story begins with you watching as a new sorcerer, after reading a certain book, is killed by the hands of a more demented sorcerer to whom has destroyed the inhabitants around him. That is when the book falls under your characters possession.
Summary: People tend to hate on the Vita. I don't really know why. This little system is really making a name for itself with great titles routinely hitting the marketplace. This is another great title. If you're looking for a Monster Hunter esque game for the vita without all the B.S., this is a must try. However, I did just see that Monster Hunter is making its way to the Vita, so you can either hold off or use this to satiate you in the meantime.
Summary: Soul Sacrifice is a bit of a tough game to review. It's fairly different from most games in the public eye, and its not for everyone. It was one of the first big exclusives to come to the PS Vita since Uncharted and Gravity Rush, but it's not the game that will save the PS Vita from being condemned for lack of games. But first things first, the game itself and how it works.
Summary: Let me start by saying I adore games like this. The whole portable-action-mmo sub-genre characterized by games like Monster Hunter or the less well-known Gods Eater Burst is massively entertaining to me. Constantly upgrading your character, tweaking their arsenal and learning the most efficient way to take on monsters alone or with friends is super fun. That said, I thought I would come out of Soul Sacrifice having a blast, which I did... to an extent.
Summary: This is a review of Soul Sacrifice Delta and not the original first version. When the game first came out and I tried the demo, I was actually a bit put off because I was expecting a different experience. I was expecting a linear game where you explore open areas and move between towns and locations.