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Onimusha Soul is out on PS3 in Japan


8:30 AM on 02.25.2014



We heard that Onimusha Soul would be heading to the PS3 at some point in Japan, and now, it's here. Weighing in at 500MB, you can head over to the Japanese PSN and grab it immediately for free.

I'm glad that the Onimusha franchise is still alive in some way, but I really hope Capcom resurrections the series proper, with an action game somewhere down the line.

Onimusha Soul Sneaks Onto PlayStation 3 [Siliconera]








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