I was shocked when Bandai Namco Entertainment announced SoulCalibur VI last year at The Game Awards, and the fighting game is quickly becoming one of most anticipated games of 2018. SoulCalibur V was a bit rocky, but everything I saw about SoulCalibur VI seemed to suggest that it will be the return to form the
Today Bandai Namco Entertainment released a new batch of screenshots of SoulCalibur VI, showcasing the story mode of the game. The campaign, which is called “Soul Chronicle,” depicts a “magnificent story of souls and swords” through 2D cutscenes, 3D cutscenes, illustrations, dialogue scenes, and battles. There is even a chronological menu that lets you see
SoulCalibur VI will soon bring the popular fighting series back to consoles and PC, and today you can take a look at what the game looks like on PS4 Pro. YouTube user Shirrako posted four different matches featuring Geralt vs Taki, Nightmare vs Siegfried, Ivy vs Xianghua, and Maxi vs Mitsurugi. The game certainly looks great so far, and personally,
During the PlayStation Live coverage from E3 2018 in Los Angeles, Sony Interactive Entertainment and Bandai Namco showcased some spectacular footage of SoulCalibur VI. We get to see a couple of duels. The first features Ivy versus Taki, while the second features Maxi against Kilik. One thing is for sure: if Dead or Alive 6 makes you feel like you’re missing
The tale of souls and swords will continue later this year with the upcoming release of Soulcalibur VI on consoles and PC, and notably Geralt of Rivia from The Witcher series will be making his debut in the long-running fighting series as this installment’s guest character, and now a new video will let you see Geralt’s moveset
During CD Projekt’s fiscal year 2017 financial presentation, President Adam Kiciński mentioned that he’d “terribly” like to say something about Cyberpunk 2077, but today is not the time. When asked when we’ll know more, Kiciński commented that he can’t just announce the announcement. Pressed further on what will be showcased at E3, he mentioned that
During an exhibition tournament held at Final Round in Atlanta, Bandai Namco showcased quite a lot of spiffy gameplay of the upcoming fighting game SoulCalibur VI. We get to see three matches with a three out of five victory condition among four high-level players (Bigboi, BXA Party Wolf, Jon Nitti and Stache), and the gameplay is definitely spectacular.
SoulCalibur VI was already one of the most anticipated fighting games of this year, but today, the deal just got a whole lot sweeter. We had previously heard that Geralt of Rivia from The Witcher series was set to appear in a game from another franchise this year; today, that game was revealed to be
Today Bandai Namco Entertainment released the latest trailer of its upcoming fighting game SoulCalibur VI, and it’s all about the new character Grøh. On top of seeing the Norwegian hero in gameplay action, we get an introduction by Producer Motohiro Okubo, who explains why the team decided to set Grøh’s origin in that country, while also mentioning that his
I know. I know. The headline is a terrible pun… or maybe it’s a nightmarish one… Ok. I’ll stop while I’m ahead. Today Bandai Namco Entertainment released the latest trailer of its upcoming fighting game SoulCalibur VI, and it’s all about classic villain Nightmare. Like in other character-dedicated trailers, we get to see gameplay and
Today, during a livestream on Nico Nico from Tokaigi Game Party 2018 at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba, near Tokyo, Bandai Namco presented quite a lot of gameplay of Soul Calibur VI. The first video you’ll see below is a presentation of the basics of the game, showing pretty much what a newbie to the
Today Bandai Namco released a new batch of screenshots of its upcoming fighting game SoulCalibur VI. The screenshots focus on the latest characters introduced for the game, Grøh, Nightmare, Xianghua, and Kilik. They certainly look flashy, and it’ll be interesting to see how Grøh will fit into the SoulCalibur universe. If you want to see more about them,
Today Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe provided a new look at the upcoming fighting game SoulCalibur VI. The batch of new screenshots shows the two fighters that we already know, Sophitia and Mitsurugi, which isn’t surprising considering that they’re two of the most classic faces of the franchise. Interestingly, the accompanying press release mentions that the
During the live programming form PlayStation Experience, Sony Interactive Entertainment and Bandai Namco presented about ten minutes of gameplay of SoulCalibur VI. As expected, the gameplay still sticks to Sophitia and Mitsurugi, whom appear to be the only characters available in this build, but we get to see a lot more of their flashy moves.
Last night, Bandai Namco Entertainment made several fighting game fans very happy with the announcement of SoulCaliber VI at The Game Awards. Today, more details about the Unreal Engine 4 powered fighting game have been unveiled, giving us a better idea of what to expect when the game releases next year. As was expected, SoulCalibur VI will