Conclusion: is rated T for teens although I would say T is a stretch on this one. Partial nudity (thong bikinis and huge breasts) and sexual themes (heaving breasts), violence and mild language make it a bit titillating. Did I mention the breasts?
Excerpt: As with all Soul Calibur games it is set at some random point in a stage of history but going on all the clothing and weapons i would call it mid 1600’s (I’am not an historian so don’t qoute me on that lol).
Conclusion: If the graphics are the best thing about SCIV, gameplay is a close second. Namco’s two fighting game series have consistently struck a balance between casual accessibility and the complexity that hardcore players demand; SCIV is no exception.
Summary: For the first proper entry in the series this generation,
comes in swinging and it dabbles in a lot of different areas. The game’s story mode is great for those who love the unique histories behind the characters and Arcade mode ramps up the difficulty for those who come for the...
Pros: Looks fantastic., Addicting gameplay., Versatile character creator.
Cons: Cheesy voices., Online needs work., Lots of content to unlock.
Excerpt: One of game journalism's greatest clichés is recommending a sequel on the basis of 'if you liked the last one you'll like this'. But there are some cases where it really can't be avoided. SoulCalibur IV is one such case. If you like SoulCalibur you'll like SoulCalibur IV. There, we've said it.
Excerpt: The sun is setting over the horizon. The wind is blowing. Leaves are falling from trees. Beautifully crafted architecture sitting above an equally beautiful landscape creates an impressively serene image worthy of a fine painting.
Pros: Intense and thrilling battles; beautiful visuals; excellent multiplayer fun; easy to play
Cons: Underwhelming single-player options; character depth is offered but hardly required for success
Excerpt: Summary [9.0 out of 10] 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...