Summary: In 1998, Namco released a fighting game into the Arcade that more or less redefined the genre. Soul Calibur. The game introduced the 8-Way Run system and furthered weapon based combat like no other game had before. The emphasis became the weapons, and the game even worked hard to show characters behaving uniquely with those weapons.
Summary: The Soul Calibur franchise is one of the best series of fighting games in the past decade. They're hard; very hard, and they have memorable characters with heavy arsenals of attacks. The younger brother of Soul Blade (which was also a great game), Soul Calibur II keeps to the same controller-splitting action that worked so well back in the day. The wide array of characters in Soul Calibur gives everybody someone they will love to play. Personally, my favorite was Voldo.
Summary: I liked the Gamecube version better(Only because of Link) But this one was really good too.I think the controls were the best on the PS2.The graphics were really amazing.There were lots of good characters.The story mode was pretty good and the adventure thing was long had lots to do.A good game for a 3 systems.
Summary: This game is amazing! The graphics are great, the gameplay is fun, and there's all the weapons and players to choose from. Also, good storyline, and a pretty long game. The gamecube version also includes a very special character...Link! This game is an awesome 1 on 1 player, and there's also alot of features in this game. I would recommend it.