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Freedom Wars, Soul Sacrifice Delta, and Oreshika will be localized

2:00 PM on 04.14.2014 // Jordan Devore
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Three more PS Vita titles are leaving Japan

Three cool-looking Japanese PlayStation Vita games -- Soul Sacrifice Delta, Freedom Wars, and Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines -- have been confirmed for North America and Europe.

Up first is Soul Sacrifice's expanded and improved Delta release on May 13, 2014. (Europe gets it a day later.) Then there's Freedom Wars, an action-RPG set 100,000 years from now in which an overpopulated society forces criminals (guilty or otherwise) to fight monsters. It looks rad due in no small part to its use of grappling hooks. Finally, Oreshika (Ore no Shikabane wo Koete Yuke) is an RPG following a cursed Japanese clan that must seek help from the gods themselves.

Freedom Wars is the one I most hoped would see a localized release but I'm appreciative of all three. It's always a pleasure to see something like Oreshika come to the West, for that matter. And Soul Sacrifice -- I'll always love Soul Sacrifice after that scandalous image crop.

PS Vita: Soul Sacrifice Delta, Freedom Wars, Oreshika Confirmed for N. America [PlayStation Blog]




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