SoulCalibur is back in a big way. Fight fans looking to recreate the arcade experience in their living rooms will be pleased to hear about the Mad Catz Arcade FightStick Soul Edition for Namco Bandai’s weapons-based brawler.
Soulcalibur V headlines
Famitsu already spoiled some of the big announcements to come out of the Namco Bandai pre-TGS press conference, but there were still some details to be chewed over and enjoyed. Expect big things for the PlayStation Vita launch lineup, Tekken, Ace Combat, Katamari Damacy and – of course, Soulcalibur V.
With Soulcalibur V on the way soon, game director Daishi Odashima is getting pretty chatty on Twitter. While some of his posts relate to game design theory and the reasons behind certain decisions, he’s also getting awfully close to letting certain cats out of certain bags.
Soul Calibur V producer Hisaharu Tago told gamesradar that the game’s design aims to be “faster, lighter, and more elegant” than its precursors.Sould Calibur V will feature up to 30 characters, half of whom will be brand new. It’s due on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2012; check out the latest screens here.
Soulcalibur director Daishi Odashima has revealed the upcoming new entry in the weapons-based fighting series will oust Siegfried from prime position.