Excerpt: What in the world is Yoda doing in a non-Star Wars video game? I really have no idea what he is doing in Soul Calibur IV. He certainly is the most interesting thing in this Xbox 360 (Playstation 3 has Darth Vader).
Excerpt: A strange things, Soul Calibur IV. On one side you get rock hard action, hardcore gameplay in one of the most serious genres, added wiht niche-defining weapons, and on the other side you get treated with everything testosteron-confused geeks get off on: big boobs, a whirling Yoda and graphics that...
Excerpt: Soulcalibur has always been a flashier, more graceful and grander game than your average brawler. It’s still very much about bringing all manner of pain to your opponents, but it’s also about looking good whilst doing so.
Summary: Parents need to know that this is the latest in the swordfighting brawler franchise. Since the emphasis is on one-on-one fighting, there's a healthy dose of violence, although none of it is gory or bloody. Characters dress rather provocatively.
Conclusion: And I guess that is the major choice for gamers thinking about NBA Jam. If you have a few mates to play with, the game will certainly have a greater replay factor and would certainly be worth the purchase.
Conclusion: The cool part of designing your character is
that nothing is permanent; you’ll be able to
continually exchange items for better parts. Of
course, you’ll need some gold coins to be able
to upgrade your equipments and you earn them by
winning matches in both story and arcade modes,
as well as...
Summary: Soul Calibur IV is a fun fighting game and solid overall game. It brings back its core elements of game play while adding a lot of variety in terms of characters, locales, and extras. The addition of the Star Wars universe is a fun addition, though some fans of the both series will argue otherwise.