Sony has just posted a brand new video with its upcoming Soul Sacrifice game for the PlayStation Vita handheld console, this time taking a look at the music recording process and how the company used the famous Skywalker Sound group of LucasFilm to make the game's soundtrack.
The PS Vita has received quite a few big games in recent months, from Assassin's Creed 3: Liberation to Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified.
Now, one of the upcoming big titles for the handheld console, Soul Sacrifice, has just received a brand new video.
The footage, however, doesn't include a whole lot of gameplay, as the trailer mainly focuses on how the music for the game was recorded at Skywalker Sound, a division of the famous LucasFilm company.
As you can see above, the whole recording setup is quite impressive and a wide variety of musicians have lent their talent in the soundtrack's creation process.
Soul Sacrifice is set to appear for the PS Vita in early 2013.