Summary: SoulCalibur III is a sequel to SoulCalibur II with much flare. First of all, the game enhancements begins with the character customizing options aka Character Creation Mode. A player may choose to create a monk, a ninja, a barbarian, a thief, a knight, a pirate, an assasin, and many more.
Guess I'll have to wait until Soul Calibur 4 for a true sequel
19 July 2008
Summary: Soul Calibur, as most gamers know, is one of the best fighting games ever made. Soul Calibur 2, which made its way to multiple platforms back in 2003, kept it's great gameplay, modes, and other significant features to keep it's the high profile of the franchise.
Summary: Soul Calibur III was the third game I purchased in this genre of fighting, and it is by far the best I've played. Of course, there are always problems to be dealt with, so these were mine: -Frustrating interface- The menu interface at times was a little frustrating to navigate, as to get to certain...
Summary: This game is great. It is a bit difficult to master and discover all of the attacks, but the characters are cool, and the game even alows you to design your own custom fighter, not to mention there are a couple of diffrent modes to play in. Overall, a very fun game.
Summary: The promising thing about this series is that each installment is significantly better than the last. Not only that, but the Soul Calibur franchise has made a big influence on other contemporary fighting-genre games.
Summary: Stunning graphics, great characters, interesting weapons and an easy-to-master fighting system make this Soul Calibur the best of the bunch so far. And let's not forget the incredibly deep create a fighter feature. If you've played the other games in this series, you know what to expect (Voldo).
Summary: Soul Calibur 3 is an awesome game. The graphics are good, the gameplay is solid, the characters look nice, balance issues from Soul Calibur 2 were addressed, and the new single player modes were enjoyable.