The music of ‘Soul Sacrifice’ displayed in new video

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The PlayStation Vita’s dark and sinister Soul Sacrifice is much more than just an ugly face, and a new video detailing the tremendous score is here to prove that.

One of the main reasons you may recognize the name of this handheld title is that Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune is the lead designer, but there’s more to this customizable action game than one man. The music is being done by highly regarded composers Yasunori Mitsuda (Chrono Trigger) and Wataru Hokoyama (Resident Evil 5), both of which will be taking advantage of a full orchestras and choruses on the Scoring Stage at Skywalker Sound.

The below video, brought to you by the PlayStation’s European blog, shows bits and pieces of the process.

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Soul Sacrifice will hit Japan March 7, and should reach North American shores not long after.

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When not writing about all the latest and greatest happenings in the video game industry, you can find Josiah on PSN, XBLA or Steam (Lionheart377). He has a soft spot for classic, turn-based RPGs, but also spends a great deal of time jumping from platform to platform and shooting dudes in the head.