What better way to kick off Soul Calibur V's release week than with a spot of cosplay? It's a shame Namco Bandai didn't splash the cash on a full Voldo costume for someone to embarrass themselves in
In fact, on second thoughts: we don't want to see that. Once the gameplay kicks in though, this is a pretty exciting trailer. We hadn't been...
The most recent iterations of the Soul Calibur series have boasted some pretty meaty character customisation features -- and the upcoming Soul Calibur V will be no different
But if you feel that the game's on-disc content is lacking bikinis, wings and, erm, face-paint, then the game's upcoming DLC should have you covered. From February 3rd you'll be able to purchase the aforementioned bikinis,..
While Soul Calibur IV's online features were good enough, they lacked some of the more sophisticated social functions popularised by other fighters
Soul Calibur V hopes to change that, with an enhanced lobby system underlining the game's multiplayer upgrades. Demonstrated in a new trailer, the updated multiplayer will allow spectators to comment on in-progress matches while they occur. We suspect..
Publisher Namco Bandai's celebrated the completion of Soul Calibur V with a bevy of new videos showing off the stage of history
The game's gone gold today, meaning that it's been sent off for production ahead of its January 31st release date. There's a surprisingly low level of hype for the upcoming weapons based brawler, which is staggering considering we lived through the era when Soul Calibur..
Soul Calibur's well revered for its melodramatic narrative, and it looks like the upcoming Soul Calibur V will remain faithful to the franchise's sweeping scores and tales of warriors with swords bigger than their bodies
"17 years ago, the ultimate clash between Siegfried and Nightmare brought a cataclysmic conclusion to an era and ignited a new one," reads the official blurb. "Since..
CGI trailers? Pssht, who needs those? Namco Bandai's released a fresh trailer for Soul Calibur V, and it's packed with fresh gameplay footage to feast your eyes on
It's also got plenty of melodramatic commentary — a staple for the Soul Calibur series we suppose. "Those who live by the sword, must die by the sword," etc. You get the idea.
Sometimes we wonder how developer's can pull off graphics like this on a system that sits in the palms
Oh PSP, how we love thee. Agree with us right here, right now - although the trailer is short, the gameplay of Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny that is shown looks equal to the Dreamcast original. Right? Told you.