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Submitted by DeathsAmbition 272d ago | review

Soul Calibur 2 HD Online Review | TGH

TGH Writes: For years, or really since the release of SoulCalibur III on PlayStation 2, the fighting game community and SoulCalubur fans have always been asking for a return to form for the series. Despite the fact that SCII is, by far, the series pinnacle, future releases have only strayed further from its template. While SoulCalibur V promised the same thrills, in reality it just delivered another entry that fell short of the mark. But now, finally, NamcoBandai Games has listened to fans, but instead of bringing another new title into existence, it’s revived the fan favourite, given it a lick of high-definition paint and stuffed an online mode into the mix. (PS3, Soulcalibur 2 HD Online, Xbox 360) 4/5

thereapersson  +   272d ago
I am loving these old games being given a new lease on life. If we are going to be seeing remakes or sharpened ports of older titles, this is the way to go. MVsC 2, SCII, etc...

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