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The stage of history is set as a cast of new warriors prepares to do battle in a never-ending struggle for the Soul Edge as Bandai Namco announces the launch of free-to-play iOS card-based brawler, Soulcalibur: Unbreakable Soul.
Only one-fourth of the entire Soul Calibur V story mode was shipped with the gold version of the game. Due to time constraints most of the storyboards and development were left on the cutting room floor, according to game director Daishi Odashima.
There's a lot going on in the story trailer for Soul Calibur V that Namco Bandai released earlier today. While a lot of characters are seen doing their thing and seeking the Soul Edge, the trailer centers on two characters who must do all that they can to prevent Nightmare and the Soul Edge from getting out of control.
Namco Bandai released a huge cache of new screenshots for Soul Calibur V, featuring Yoshimitsu, Cervantes, Aeon and Xiba. And is it just me or does Cervantes now look like Triple H?
So it's obvious that creating your very own warrior has returned to the Soul Calibur series, but one thing you probably didn't know about was how much detail and depth the mode has. A new walkthrough video shows off the new and improved character creation process.
More debut trailers coming your way today. This time PSP owners get a treat of seeing Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny in action. While the video is a little squeezed together within a PSP frame, it’s obvious enough that the game still looks mighty fine.
The Sega Dreamcast fighting game Soul Calibur is back. It's available for download from Xbox Live Arcade for 800 Microsoft points ($10), so you don't have to scour garage sales for a Dreamcast console anymore.
The graphical power of Soul Calibur 4 is indisputable. The tremendous gameplay that is sure to accompany the pretty pictures makes this a must have for 2008. Besides, if you’re a fighting fan waiting for the next Street Fighter you should do yourself a favor and try out the best of the 3D fighters.
2K Sports today announced the lineup for their upcoming Top Spin 3 title for the Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Wii and DS. The usual suspects you see out on the courts when USA Network decides to show some tennis action will be on hand. Roger Federer, Andy Roddick and Maria Sharapova make an appearance.
It may not make sense to you that you’ll get to play as Darth Vader in the upcoming Soul Calibur game. That’s alright because we have news of a remedy for your geek torn heart. Stage 1 of The Force Unleashed is a Jedi-hunting trip to Kashyyyk. And who better to hunt Jedi than Darth Vader, the role that players will take over. Holy crap you will be force choking the crying bitches like Bobby Brown on a coke bender.
Future winner of the, “Um, Why?” Award is news from 1.up.com that both Darth Vader and Yoda from Star Wars fame are going to be featured fighters in Soul Calibur IV. I’d like to say that this comes as shocking news, but how can I possibly say that when only a couple of years ago, I had Ivy facing off against Spawn on my black and green Xbox?