Summary: Single player gets extremely... EXTREMELY... old quickly. If you have a friend who has this game, it's a lot better, because then you can create people and face them off against each other. If you already have SC IV for PS3 or something, you can skip this purchase.
Summary: This game isn't meant for hardcore fight purposes its campaign is meant to train you and teach you about the basic to advanced techniques of Soulcalibur, such as ukemi, aerial recovery and control, just impacts, guard impacts, and so on and so forth as well as teaching you how to get past such things, and how to out maneuver skilled opponents or enemies in general.
Summary: I'm a HUGE fan of fighting games. So I liked this game a lot. I wasn't use to Soul Caliber because I'm originally a Tekken gamer, but SC took a while to get use to and it was nice. It's so flashy too, it's attacks are so sparkly and shiny. It's cool. I have about 50 hours on the game and never got to beat it... Because the the later missions are just too fasted pace for me, so I just play the computer and master my character, it's time consuming.
Summary: Essentially there is no one player story mode, what there is is a long drawn out tutorials mode. You don't unlock characters, weapons, or costumes. Everything is available right from the get go, so if you liked or played SoulCalibur 4 this has everything you could want on a portable scale; minus the Star Wars characters (replaced by Kratos and a new to the series guy) and minus the actual story line concept.
Summary: I have been a fan of the weapon-based series Soul Calibur since I first bought it on the Dreamcast. I played it for hours, and it was especially fun against friends. So when I saw it was coming to the PSP, and purportedly was as faithful a port as possible of SC4, I had to hear more. Unbelievably, Team Soul and Namco were able to achieve their goal.
Summary: This game has plenty of action and it has mostly everything I have expected for this game to have. There are new characters such as Kratos the guy from God of Wars. It also has great settings. Plus the great thing that I liked most of all about this game was that you can create your own characters and use them to fight.
Summary: I have been a very active Soul Calibur fan for many years. Now Soul Calibur is offered on the PSP! That's great! Or is it? Soul Calibur is a GREAT fighting game series. To me it beats Tekken hands down. But, some problems with the game I didn't like. First off, There isn't a very large roter there is about 30 characters around that. Which in retrospect isn't bad at all, but for a series running for this time. There should definetly be more.