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MOH Airborne and Soul Calibur IV hit Games on Demand

Microsoft has added MOH Airborne and Soulcalibur IV to its Games on Demand service.

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Soul Calibur IV headlines

  • Soul Calibur IV wins for Namco in Q4

    Namco Bandai slipped out its financial results while the Acti Blizz Q4 call was in full swing last night, revealing Soul Calibur IV as its best seller in its fourth quarter. The company closed out Q4 with a net income of ¥9,019,000,000 ($100 million), with global sales figures for the following games being posted: Soul […]

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  • SCIV Vader and Yoda DLC date and price

    Namco Bandai has revealed that Darth Vader and Yoda will be available as downloadbale content this Thursday for 400 MS Points. We’re still waiting on a confirmation of a Euro price for PSN, but it’ll cost our American bed-fellows $4.99. The two characters were previously console specific, and they still are, until Thursday, of course. […]

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  • First official Vader versus Yoda SCIV fight shots released, DLC confirmed

    Dengeki Online’s got the first official screens of Yoda fighting Vader in Soul Calibur IV, and has confirmed that the two characters will be available to the other’s version of the game via DLC. As of October 23 in Japan, Yoda will be available as PS3 DLC for ¥600 (US$5.93), and Vader will go for […]

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  • Soul Calibur IV demo on Xbox Live

    For those of you who haven’t bought the game yet, a demo of Namco’s fighter, Soul Calibur IV is available to download from Xbox Live. The demo is 695.20Mb and is available in all regions. Thanks, Major Nelson. By Mike Bowden

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  • God of War’s Kratos to tee off in Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds

    It’s not Soul Calibur IV, but it’s still a nice consolation. PS.blog sends word that everyone’s favorite Spartan god-smacker will be available as DLC in Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds. Come this Thursday, you’ll be able to experience the fruits of an epic collaboration between Clap Hanz and the God of War team, which […]

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  • Wii Fit strides to top UK Charts (again)

    Wii Fit bounced back to the top of the UK software this week, knocking last week’s leader, Ubisoft’s Soulcalibur IV, off the top spot. Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games is still hanging in there too. Wonder why? Data for week ending August 9 is as follows: Wii Fit Soul Calibur IV Mario Kart […]

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  • Japanese software sales, July 28 to August 3

    PSP’s still going strong in Japan, it seems, with Phantasy Star Universe going top in its first week in the charts. If you look close enough, you’ll see that there’s a 360 title thrown in there too: Soul Calibur IV to be precise. Nintendo however, still has an iron grip on the scene, making up […]

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  • Vader and Yoda rumoured for opposite Soul Calibur IV versions - movie

    After the break there’s a movie of Yoda fighting Darth Vader in Soul Calibur IV. This kind of wasn’t supposed to happen: Yoda’s was billed as a 360-exclusive character, Vader as PS3-only. The rumour accompanying the video is that both will be made available for the other version as DLC. You can’t really argue with […]

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  • No Soul Calibur IV demo until after release

    Joystiq learned at E3 this week that a Soul Calibur IV demo will not be available until after the game’s released later this month. Namco Bandai would not be pushed on the matter, only saying it will be ready sometime “down the road.” Soul Calibur IV is released on PS3 and Xbox 360 on July […]

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  • Soul Calibur IV PS3 install is optional on UK code

    We’ve just been told that the install on current UK Soul Calibur IV PS3 code is optional, not mandatory as is being reported by US sites. As we reported earlier this evening, the fighter’s install is 2.85Gb, with saves coming in at 2Mb. We’ll check this with Ubisoft tomorrow.

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  • Soul Calibur IV PS3 install is 2.85Gb

    According to this PS3F story, Soul Calibur IV mandatory PS3 install is going to cost you 2.85Gb of hard drive space. Saves weigh in t 2Mb each, apparently. That’s not so bad, is it? Not for a fighting game that looks so stupidly good. Not in our book. More through the link.

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  • Soul Calibur IV character customization revealed

    In a tone of screens on Dengeki Online, Soul Calibur IV’s character customization mode’s finally been shown off. Looks very cool to us. We’re properly buying this. Take a look. Thanks, Kotaku.

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  • Soul Calibur IV Star Wars stage shown off

    On Joystiq. This video, all by itself, has sold the game to us completely. Fuck the stage: just look at Siegfried. We must own that. Amazing stuff. Game’s out on August 1 in Europe.

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  • Ubisoft refuses to offer India price concessions, Soul Calibur IV denied release

    According to this AngryPixel report, Soul Calibur IV won’t be releasing in India because distributor Ubisoft’s refusing to drop prices for the market. Indian games distributor e-Xpress said it won’t be buying in the title because of Ubisoft’s stance, and fears – in India, at least – are now that many future Ubisoft games may […]

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  • No Kratos in Soul Calibur IV, says 1UP

    Well, there we are, then. According to this PSBeyond story, 1UP’s confirmed that Kratos won’t be included in Soul Calibur IV, as was previously rumoured. The news comes from the latest 1UP podcast, which we’re not going to listen to because it’s 7.00am. You know how it is.

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  • Soul Calibur IV pre-order loot detailed

    Ubi’s just posted shots of all the stuff you can get by pre-ordering Soul Calibur IV in the UK. Play‘s offering an exclusive 360 faceplate, which is nice. Game’s giving out a bonus DVD and art booklet “in a beautiful steel book.” Both PS3 and 360 versions get this. Take a look. Game’s out on […]

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  • BBFC gives Soul Calibur IV a 12, no bare ass involved

    The BBFC has given Soul Calibur IV a 12 rating, thanks in part to the fact you can’t strip the female characters to the nude. “The game… contains some female warrior characters with exaggerated ‘curvy’ figures accentuated by skimpy costumes,” said the body. “They are presented in a comic book manner and although the game […]

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  • Heap of new Soul Calibur IV info in this month's Famitsu

    The new Famitsu has hit the Japanese streets and those busy bi-lingual internet beavers have translated a section containing loads of new Soul Calibur IV information. The info is: Custom characters: Complete freedom for use of parts, color change, and cloth combinations. Custom characters: Body build and muscle are also adjustable, there’s a 100 levels […]

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  • Kratos rumoured as Soul Calibur IV character

    The latest issue of EGM is rumouring that God of War’s Kratos is about to be announced as a Soul Calibur IV character. At least it’ll be a better fit that Vader and Yoda. No idea if there’s any truth in this at all. Thanks, NeoGaf.

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Soul Calibur IV Latest

  • MOH Airborne and Soul Calibur IV hit Games on Demand

    Microsoft has added MOH Airborne and Soulcalibur IV to its Games on Demand service.

  • Soul Calibur IV wins for Namco in Q4

    Namco Bandai slipped out its financial results while the Acti Blizz Q4 call was in full swing last night, revealing Soul Calibur IV as its best seller in its fourth quarter. The company closed out Q4 with a net income of ¥9,019,000,000 ($100 million), with global sales figures for the following games being posted: Soul […]

  • SCIV Vader and Yoda DLC date and price

    Namco Bandai has revealed that Darth Vader and Yoda will be available as downloadbale content this Thursday for 400 MS Points. We’re still waiting on a confirmation of a Euro price for PSN, but it’ll cost our American bed-fellows $4.99. The two characters were previously console specific, and they still are, until Thursday, of course. […]

  • First official Vader versus Yoda SCIV fight shots released, DLC confirmed

    Dengeki Online’s got the first official screens of Yoda fighting Vader in Soul Calibur IV, and has confirmed that the two characters will be available to the other’s version of the game via DLC. As of October 23 in Japan, Yoda will be available as PS3 DLC for ¥600 (US$5.93), and Vader will go for […]

  • Soul Calibur IV demo on Xbox Live

    For those of you who haven’t bought the game yet, a demo of Namco’s fighter, Soul Calibur IV is available to download from Xbox Live. The demo is 695.20Mb and is available in all regions. Thanks, Major Nelson. By Mike Bowden

  • God of War’s Kratos to tee off in Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds

    It’s not Soul Calibur IV, but it’s still a nice consolation. PS.blog sends word that everyone’s favorite Spartan god-smacker will be available as DLC in Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds. Come this Thursday, you’ll be able to experience the fruits of an epic collaboration between Clap Hanz and the God of War team, which […]

  • Wii Fit strides to top UK Charts (again)

    Wii Fit bounced back to the top of the UK software this week, knocking last week’s leader, Ubisoft’s Soulcalibur IV, off the top spot. Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games is still hanging in there too. Wonder why? Data for week ending August 9 is as follows: Wii Fit Soul Calibur IV Mario Kart […]

  • Japanese software sales, July 28 to August 3

    PSP’s still going strong in Japan, it seems, with Phantasy Star Universe going top in its first week in the charts. If you look close enough, you’ll see that there’s a 360 title thrown in there too: Soul Calibur IV to be precise. Nintendo however, still has an iron grip on the scene, making up […]

  • Vader and Yoda rumoured for opposite Soul Calibur IV versions – movie

    After the break there’s a movie of Yoda fighting Darth Vader in Soul Calibur IV. This kind of wasn’t supposed to happen: Yoda’s was billed as a 360-exclusive character, Vader as PS3-only. The rumour accompanying the video is that both will be made available for the other version as DLC. You can’t really argue with […]

  • No Soul Calibur IV demo until after release

    Joystiq learned at E3 this week that a Soul Calibur IV demo will not be available until after the game’s released later this month. Namco Bandai would not be pushed on the matter, only saying it will be ready sometime “down the road.” Soul Calibur IV is released on PS3 and Xbox 360 on July […]

  • Soul Calibur IV PS3 install is optional on UK code

    We’ve just been told that the install on current UK Soul Calibur IV PS3 code is optional, not mandatory as is being reported by US sites. As we reported earlier this evening, the fighter’s install is 2.85Gb, with saves coming in at 2Mb. We’ll check this with Ubisoft tomorrow.

  • Soul Calibur IV PS3 install is 2.85Gb

    According to this PS3F story, Soul Calibur IV mandatory PS3 install is going to cost you 2.85Gb of hard drive space. Saves weigh in t 2Mb each, apparently. That’s not so bad, is it? Not for a fighting game that looks so stupidly good. Not in our book. More through the link.

  • Soul Calibur IV character customization revealed

    In a tone of screens on Dengeki Online, Soul Calibur IV’s character customization mode’s finally been shown off. Looks very cool to us. We’re properly buying this. Take a look. Thanks, Kotaku.

  • Soul Calibur IV Star Wars stage shown off

    On Joystiq. This video, all by itself, has sold the game to us completely. Fuck the stage: just look at Siegfried. We must own that. Amazing stuff. Game’s out on August 1 in Europe.

  • Ubisoft refuses to offer India price concessions, Soul Calibur IV denied release

    According to this AngryPixel report, Soul Calibur IV won’t be releasing in India because distributor Ubisoft’s refusing to drop prices for the market. Indian games distributor e-Xpress said it won’t be buying in the title because of Ubisoft’s stance, and fears – in India, at least – are now that many future Ubisoft games may […]

  • No Kratos in Soul Calibur IV, says 1UP

    Well, there we are, then. According to this PSBeyond story, 1UP’s confirmed that Kratos won’t be included in Soul Calibur IV, as was previously rumoured. The news comes from the latest 1UP podcast, which we’re not going to listen to because it’s 7.00am. You know how it is.

  • Soul Calibur IV pre-order loot detailed

    Ubi’s just posted shots of all the stuff you can get by pre-ordering Soul Calibur IV in the UK. Play‘s offering an exclusive 360 faceplate, which is nice. Game’s giving out a bonus DVD and art booklet “in a beautiful steel book.” Both PS3 and 360 versions get this. Take a look. Game’s out on […]

  • BBFC gives Soul Calibur IV a 12, no bare ass involved

    The BBFC has given Soul Calibur IV a 12 rating, thanks in part to the fact you can’t strip the female characters to the nude. “The game… contains some female warrior characters with exaggerated ‘curvy’ figures accentuated by skimpy costumes,” said the body. “They are presented in a comic book manner and although the game […]

  • Heap of new Soul Calibur IV info in this month’s Famitsu

    The new Famitsu has hit the Japanese streets and those busy bi-lingual internet beavers have translated a section containing loads of new Soul Calibur IV information. The info is: Custom characters: Complete freedom for use of parts, color change, and cloth combinations. Custom characters: Body build and muscle are also adjustable, there’s a 100 levels […]

  • Kratos rumoured as Soul Calibur IV character

    The latest issue of EGM is rumouring that God of War’s Kratos is about to be announced as a Soul Calibur IV character. At least it’ll be a better fit that Vader and Yoda. No idea if there’s any truth in this at all. Thanks, NeoGaf.

  • Soul Calibur IV character customisation shown off

    Ubi’s released some screens showing player-made characters in Soul Calibur IV. The characters will use an existing fighter’s moves, apparently, but you’ll be given the freedom to make them look pretty much as stupid as you like, if these shots are anything to go by. See the lot on Gaming Today.

  • Vader and Yoda on Soul Calibur IV box art

    We’re saying nothing. Nothing at all. After the link you’ll see box art for the Japanese Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of Soul Calibur IV. And that’s that.

  • Secret Apprentice seen in new Soul Calibur IV video

    After the link. It was announced yesterday that the Secret Apprentice from The Force Unleashed was going to make it into the stupidly pretty Namco fighter, the third Star Wars character to make it into the game. Watch it. Soul Calibur IV’s out on August 1.

  • Secret Apprentice included in Soul Calibur IV

    According to this Gamespot report, the Secret Apprentice character from LucasArts’ upcoming Star Wars: The Force Unleashed is to be included in Soul Calibur IV. The new Star Wars character means that three have been included in the game, the other two, as you know, being Darth Vader and Yoda. The game’s out on August […]

  • Ubidays 2008: Videos of every game

    You could damage yourself working through endless stories in a creaking newsreader, but that would be simple duplication of effort. No efficiency there. Let us take the strain. Relax. Kick back. Pop that umbrella into your pina colada and wipe the sunblock from your precious eyes. Then watch a load of videos from Ubidays 2008 […]

  • Ubidays 2008: All the screenshots in one place

    So many sites posting the same thing. It’s enough to depress a girl. Instead, hit the links below for all the screens released from Ubidays 2008 last night. Make life easy on yourself. Prince of Persia Tom Clancy’s HAWX Rayman Raving Rabids TV Party Shaun White Snowboarding Soul Calibur IV Beyond Good & Evil 2 […]

  • Hands-on with Darth Vader in Soul Calibur IV

    As promised, IGN’s published its hands-on with Darth Vader in the PS3 version of Soul Calibur IV, following a similar piece yesterday on the 360-exclusive character, Yoda. Hit the link for gems such as this: “As for Darth Vader’s actual character model, we were pleased for the most part. Yoda looks to have way more […]

  • Soul Calibur IV gameplay movie released

    Jesus. Don’t show the kids. Namco appears to have gone “tit-mental” for the Soul Calibur’s latest instalment. See after the link.

  • Soul Calibur IV out on August 1 in Europe

    Ubi’s just officially confirmed that Soul Calibur IV will release for 360 and PS3 on August 1 in Europe. The fighter was previously thought to be hitting on July 31. Expect the date to be brought backwards and forwards at least twice more by a day or two before it actually comes out.

  • Soul Calibur IV has rhino man!

    We skipped the last few Soul Calibur IV character reveals because they were basically just “woman with tits and weapon”, but this is awesome. Namco’s shown off a rhino man and some sort of mental skeleton for the fighter, which now means our anticipation is officially at “10″. Also, Andy reckons he beat us at […]