We already knew that, after leaving Capcom, Keiji Inafune created his own team named Comcept. What we still didn’t know much about was his new game, Soul Sacrifice, that he’s working on in collaboration with Sony Japan Studio, and that will be released this winter exclusively for PS Vita.
A presentation of the game was held in Japan last Thursday, and Sony Computer Entertainment Japan released the full recording of the event with a English translation for us to enjoy.
In the clips below you’ll be able to see a sizable amount of in-game footage, an introduction of the story and the concepts behind the game by Inafune himself, and a talk about the soundtrack with the composer Yasunori Mitsuda (that worked on the score of games like Chrono Trigger and Xenogears) of Marvelous AQL .
It’s good to see that Sony is willing to go the extra mile to let its western fans enjoy this kind of event in English. Hopefully they’ll turn this experiment into a regular practice from now on, and other publishers will follow the example.