Here's how Sony is selling the Vita and Soul Sacrifice back home

Yep, another look into the crazed minds of Sony's marketing folk in Japan. Apparently, playing Soul Sacrifice together is more fun on a cheaper Vita than restaurants, karaoke and other traditional Japanese pursuits. I'd buy that for just shy of 20,000 yen.

Early word is Soul Sacrifice sold anywhere from 70,000 to 150,000 depending on Sony's production run, and looks to be driving the portable's momentum along with PSO2 and that boob-juggling combat game, Shinovi Versus.