Rocksteady's masterpiece Batman Arkham Asylum may go on to be many people's game of the year, but it all counts for nothing if it doesn't sell
Thankfully the title has topped the UK charts, offsetting Nintendo's Wii Sports Resort and resting a comfortable victor. The XBOX 360 version narrowly outsold the PS3 (with a 55% share) — we assume the...
It's a little known fact to some readers, but we're pretty in love with Namco beat 'em ups
Now, we like all the beat 'em ups (even though we're a glutton for punishment), but we'll always have a special place for the Tekken and Soul Calibur franchise. So, you can imagine the yelps of joy emitted from our mouths when we see this wonderful looking...
We wrote merely minutes ago that we think Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny is quickly becoming one of our most anticipated PSP releases
This footage with Kratos confirms such suspicions. The game looks gorgeous. We're totally taken with how well Kratos fits into the universe too. Namco have done a fantastic job bringing Kratos' moves into a beat 'em up...
Seeing this screenshot actually fills us with joy
The Soul Calibur series has always had some great customisation options but they peaked with Soul Calibur IV. To be honest, given the PSP's limited power and storage, we didn't expect to see character creation in Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny. But it's coming. In fact, Namco are teasing that Broken...
Well, if ever there was a fit for the Soul Calibur franchise it's Kratos, who will show up in the upcoming PSP title Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny
For a PSP game, this genuinely looks jaw-droppingly incredible.
Have you ever wondered how the rendering of Ivy from Soul Calibur IV compares with the rendering of Ivy from Soul Calbur: Broken Destiny? Nope us neither, but we still found the results fascinating
Naturally there are fewer polygons and less shading, but good grief, for a handheld, Broken Destiny is shaping up to be absolutely gorgeous. We're...
Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny may be a PSP game, but that's not stopping Namco Bandai doing the very best job of rendering Ivy's breasts to the very best of their ability
That aside though, this game looks amazing.
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.
If the Tekken announcement wasn't enough, you may be interested in some portable Soul Calibur goodness too
Well thankfully, everyones favourite weapons based brawler is getting the PSP treatment this summer. Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny features all the trappings you'd expect from a home-console Soul Calibur (minus silly Star Wars characters)...