Soul Calibur Review


Soul Calibur Review

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A fighting game definitely has its niche audience. Back in the day we used to settle our fights with our virtual bare hands, but when Namco made Soul Edge they changed the game. They brought swords to a fistfight. And the sequel, Soul Calibur 1, launched a series of drastic improvements and a franchise that is still going strong today. An 8-way run system was created that blew the other fighting games like Tekken and Virtua Fighter out of the water. And then it got an amazing port to the Dreamcast that the Soul Calibur gameplay basically set a new standard for all future fighting games. Some call SoulCalibur the best fight game of all time, we’ll see how that statement lives up in my Soul Calibur 1 review!

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Soulcalibur VI is a wonderful revitalization of the series with strong fundamentals that serve many different types of players.

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Reviewed on PlayStation 4 Pro
Available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One

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The Decline of Soulcalibur

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Soulcalibur was and still is a great 3D fighting franchise. To be 100% honest, the game has only truly fallen in sales, I would think, and popularity. Soulcalibur 1 was, and possibly still is, the bestselling game on the Dreamcast, so to become so stiff and unrecognizable by people is saddening at best.

I’ve gone over these games, 2 of which I’m very familiar with, and been honest with myself. I don’t think 4 or 5 contributed meaningfully enough to the franchise, and indeed failed to grasp a foothold in esports early like other fighting game franchises have, thus killing their long term support potential. Hopefully this is rectified by Soulcalibur 6, which looks and feels amazing.

Soulcalibur VI – Before You Buy

Soulcalibur VI (PC, PS4, Xbox One) marks the return of the fabled weapon-focused fighting game. Does it live up to the name? Let’s talk.
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