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Submitted by TechHeadsOU 1452d ago | opinion piece

Tech Heads: Link in Soul Calibur II

In 2003, Namco released the home console edition of the epic weapon combat sequel Soul Calibur 2 on Playstation 2, XBOX, and GameCube. Every version of the game was exactly identical in general quality except for one catch: each version featured a special guest fighter exclusive to that console. Sony featured Heihachi from Namco’s Tekken fighting series, Microsoft had Todd McFarlane’s Spawn, and Nintendo featured none other than Link from the Legend of Zelda series. So for fans of Nintendo, The Legend of Zelda, and casual players, does the Nintendo GameCube version do justice to the beloved Link character? Also, does Link fit nicely within the Soul Calibur 2 roster? (GameCube, Gamecube, Nintendo, Soul Calibur II, Wii)

Fylus  +   1452d ago
This article would have made more sense 8 years ago... Come on.

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