Summary: Soulcalibur IV oozes style, polish and clear design around every corner. Namco Bandai took everything that was right with the last Soulcalibur title on the Dreamcast , made it better and then polished the hell out of the whole package to deliver one of the best fighting games on the market.
Conclusion: Overall this game is tremendous fun to play, in both single and multiplayer modes. It still feels like something is drastically lacking, compared to previous instalments. That hasn’t stopped me playing it as much as I have done, and still plan to play more still.
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