The first game from Comcept, Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune’s new studio, was so highly anticipated in Japan that it spawned its own Vita bundle, complete with a custom-designed handheld. Well, Soul Sacrifice’s Vita bundle is heading to North American shores tomorrow, but the developers have decided to hold on to the original Japanese language voice track. Obviously, this has been a controversial decision.
A code for the pre-order is expected at brick-and-mortar retailers, such as GameStop, but what about those of us who wish to buy the game digitally, through the PSN?
A post from Aram Jabbari on the PlayStation blog promised clarification this week, but the release is only one day away, which makes today the last possible day to pre-order.
For those who have already held off this long, it now seems as though a physical copy is their only sure-fire way to get the Japanese voice overs.