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A Big Change For Soulcalibur V: The Tago Interview

In this interview, producer Hisaharu Tago talks to Gamasutra about the development of 3D, weapons-based fighting games, how the company perceives the series and its setting, and why it decided to work with an external developer, the Fukuoka-headquartered CyberConnect 2 (Solatorobo, Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm) for the story mode for the upcoming game -- and how the team is "basically changing everything" about the new game, in Tago's words.

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AriesSiren2323d ago

i cant wait but i do hope soul cal goes the "M" rating route. it would be bloody and awesome i mean your fighting and stabbing everywhere. youd think the game would reflect that. it needs to grow up and be a little more realistic. not gory so much but stylish and work the damage into the match