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The Soul Still Burns: A Soul Calibur Retrospective

Gaming Age writes: "1996 wasn't quite the year of the 3D Arcade fighter, but it was definitely a year for improvements and firsts. In that year we got Virtua Fighter 3, which was one of the flashiest looking games to date, and one hell of a fun fighter to play. We also saw the release of the first Dead or Alive title from Tecmo, and even Capcom's somewhat weak attempt at bringing Street Fighter into another dimension with Street Fighter EX. Sure, the groundwork had been laid with a couple previous Tekken titles, and the first two Virtua Fighters, but this was definitely a year that we could look back and say that there might be legs on this whole 3D fighting movement."

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