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Soulcalibur IV

Soulcalibur IV (X360) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Tags: Fighting
Developer: Bandai Namco
More Platforms: PlayStation 3


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Soulcalibur IV review

Reviewed September 01, 2008

John Sacranie says: "Namco’s mistakes have been remedied: fewer exploits, the removal of the somewhat pointless Soul Charge technique and slightly slower gameplay – seemingly small changes, but ones that nonetheless make for a smoother, more refined combat system."
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