Summary: Sooner or later, I'll make it back to the Wii titles in these reviews, but until then, it's retro Nintendo all the way! This game I have quite a soft spot for, aside from the whole 'part of my favourite fighting franchise' bit, it's also damned good fun with others and a reminder that the good old...
Summary: Graphics are clean, sharp and vibrant. Music themes are epic and I actually noticed the sound effects. No complaints here. The plot is yet another "find excuse to relate character to evil/good sword". Yes, it sucks. Gameplay is great because it involves thinking MORE than reflexes.
Summary: A new page in history has begun as the most highly-anticipated fighting game ever finally arrives! The greatest 3-D weapons-based fighter will provide non-stop action, excitement and surprises as you go one-on-one against your favorite challengers.
Summary: þ When you switch on your GameCube, you witness a well-rounded intro movie, which tells a short story of "Swords & Souls", and then move onto the Start screen where a generic American movie voice bellows out 'Soul Calibur...2'.
Summary: In terms of fighting games, this does not have much competitors on the gamecube - the only other real 3D fighter available for Cubers is the woeful Bloody Roar: Primal Fury. So it's no urprise that gamecube owners lapped this up when it wsa released. But is it any good?
Summary: A must buy for all fighting game fans. I loved the original games (soul blade and soul calibur) they were both exellent. But this one just blows them both out of the water. Plus for the fact it has Link in it must say buy this game now.
Summary: For those of you who are still blissfully unaware soul calibur originally found on the ill fated dreamcast. to many beat'em up fans and other gamers this game was heralded as THE best beat'em up ever. and an entire computer game generation later comes it's successor....