Summary: If you like action fighting games as well as the Renaissance you should try this game. You can play as many different fighters from different areas in the world. They use weapons like swords, kitanas, axe's, shields, and more. This game is fun to play. I recommend playing Soul Calibur on the big systems like PlayStation 3. Soul Calibur 4 and Soul Calibur 5 are also really good fighting games.
Summary: This game was great on the Dreamcast in it's first incarnation. This version is even better since it's got a lot of the same characters plus a few new ones. I love the fact that you can create your own character using their multi-faceted templates! And to have it all come down to the PSP and still be crisp, colorful and giving one a lot of gameplay-it's the perfect game to get for the PSP to while away a few hours.
Summary: As a person who prefers 2d fighters to 3d, Soul Calibur is a great break from my norm. The draw here for me is the Character Creator, reminiscent of Soul Calibur 3's, makes the fighting all the more satisfying when it is my own creation doing the winning. (Or, more often is the case for me, losing.
Summary: This is the second time I bought this game, from two different sellers, and both times, I was sent a broken product. The first time, I got a refund, but the second seller didn't even have any return information. I had such high hopes, but the game never did anything but play the opening cinematic. Twenty bucks down the drain...