Ghostlight Cooks Up Sorcery Saga on PC

Publisher Ghostlight has announced that it will be releasing a PC version of Compile Heart’s Sorcery Saga: Curse of the Great Curry God. The port of the PlayStation Vita dungeon-crawler will be released via Steam later in 2018, and include Steam Achievements, Steam Trading Cards, Cloud Saving, and mouse-and-keyboard and Game Pad control options.

Sorcery Saga was originally released for PlayStation Vita in Japan and North America in 2013 by Compile Heart and Aksys Games respectively, with Rising Star Games releasing the game in Europe in 2014. The game is a successor to Compile Heart’s Madō Monogatari series from the 1990s and follows Pupuru, a young sorceress aiming to save her friend’s curry restaurant by finding the required ingredients to create a legendary curry.



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