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Sorcery Saga: Curse of the Great Curry God hits Dec. 10 on PS Vita

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An English-localized version of Sorcery Saga: Curse of the Great Curry God will be released Dec. 10 on PlayStation Vita, both by itself and in a limited edition, publisher Aksys Games announced today.

Developed by Japanese studio Compile Heart, the game centers on the young sorceress Pupuru and her mission to save her friend's mom-and-pop curry shop from a chain restaurant next door. Sorcery Saga takes place primarily in dungeons, with Pupuru able to move about on a grid as she fights creatures and seeks ingredients for legendary curry. If she can find enough ingredients, she can make her own curry and use it as an aid in battle.

Sorcery Saga takes the form of a turn-based role-playing game, but is also a roguelike dungeon-crawler. Pupuru's companion creature, Kuu, can maintain Pupuru's items and weapons if she dies, as long as Kuu is alive. Players will also be able to power up the items they pick up.

The "Hot and Spicy, Everything Nicey" Limited Edition of Sorcery Saga comes with a bib, a Kuu-rry spoon and a Kuu-rry plate. It will cost $49.99, $10 more than the game itself.

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