100°
Submitted by TechHeadsOU 1300d 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  +   1300d ago
This article would have made more sense 8 years ago... Come on.

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
20°

Nintendo master designer Miyamoto doesn’t know how Sony, Oculus will sell VR to consumers

1m ago - During a June 26 meeting with investors, Mario creator and Nintendo creative director Shigeru Miy... | Industry
10°

Nintendo has Dispatched Orders to Supply Chains to Prepare for NX Production; Releasing July 2016

2m ago - There’s been a lot of back and forth banter between gamers far and wide when it comes down to the... | Wii U
Ad

Go Mechanical

Now - WASD mechanical keyboards provide a superior typing experience over common rubber dome keyboards. | Promoted post

Her Story is a police procedural video game for the armchair detective in you

4m ago - In Her Story, players take on the role of a detective sifting through archived video footage at p... | PC

E3 2015 - Remember that time when Gandalf drove the DeLorean? Yeah, LEGO Dimensions | Entertainium

5m ago - "Out of the many games we got to see at E3 2015, the one I took the most for granted was LEGO Dim... | PC

Her Story remembers what most detective games forget

10m ago - GR: Video games’ interactive nature can create experiences that other media can’t quite replicate... | iPhone