This PS Vita Might Rip Out Your Spine

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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This PS Vita Might Rip Out Your Spine

This PS Vita Might Rip Out Your Spine

This PS Vita Might Rip Out Your Spine

This PS Vita Might Rip Out Your Spine

This PS Vita Might Rip Out Your Spine

This PS Vita Might Rip Out Your Spine