PS Vita game Soul Sacrifice, which lets you rip out your spine and wield Excalibur, finally has a release date in Japan: March 7. But that's not all. The game is also getting a special bundle, complete with a special Soul Sacrifice emblazoned Vita.
Priced at ¥29,980, the bundle comes with an original Soul Sacrifice version of the WiFi Vita, a copy of the game, ear phones, a pouch and cleaning cloth, a 4GB memory card, a carry strap, and more.
Sony is also offering a "united front" double pack of Soul Sacrifice, which features two copies of the game, so you can play with friends or family who might have a Vita, but not Soul Sacrifice. If you are intent on buying two copies, the double pack is somewhat of a bargain: it costs ¥7,980, while a standalone package copy of the game is ¥5,980 (download version is ¥4,900).
In case you missed it, here are Kotaku's impressions of Soul Sacrifice from earlier this fall.
PS Vita本体とのセットや，2本セットの"共闘"パックも同日発売 [4Gamer]
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