Newsday Review: Soulcalibur IV - Guests make it shine

Newsday Writes:

"Soulcalibur IV may not be the quintessential one-on-one fighting game, but it's certainly the quintessential Soulcalibur. That's a good thing, unless one dislikes Soulcalibur. This game won't change anyone's mind. It features the most diverse lineup, the most extensive character-building options and by far the best graphics of any recent fighting game.

Plus, Yoda is in the Xbox 360 version, and Darth Vader is playable for those with the PS3 edition. Another " Star Wars" character makes an appearance in both versions as well: Vader's secret apprentice from the upcoming Force Unleashed game. They all play well - Yoda dips and spins as in the movies, Vader employs crushing blows and Force attacks, and the Apprentice is quick and powerful with an odd behind-the-back lightsaber stance that leads to unpredictable strikes."

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