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Onimusha Soul  



Onimusha Soul coming to the PS3 in Japan


12:00 PM on 01.07.2014
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Hey, remember when Capcom announced a brand new Onimusha game called "Soul" and it ended up being a browser-based RPG? Yeah, that sucked. Well apparently Famitsu has revealed that the game is coming to the PlayStation 3 this spring -- but only in Japan.

It feels like just yesterday when Onimusha was one of the hottest IPs in gaming. Remember when a $70 million budget movie was in the works? Or when Samonosuke and his crew crossed over and did battle with Mega Man.EXE and Zero in a Smash Bros. type fighting game?

I would love to see this franchise rise to its former glory again. I also think I feel another Quest coming on.

Onimusha Soul coming to PlayStation 3 [Gematsu]








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