Fighting 19 October 2018
Soulcalibur VI is a three-dimensional fighting game, in which players can fight each other by using various characters equipped with melee weapons like swords, axes, daggers, hammers, rapiers, sables and sticks. The title is an entry in the series developed by Namco Bandai since 1995.
Soulcalibur: Lost Swords
Fighting 22 April 2014
Soulcalibur: Lost Swords is a free-to-play, spin-off version of the popular arcade 3D fighting series. The game focuses on a fictionalised mission mode, in which you have to face new opponents. The title was produced by the development team of Project Soul studio.
Soul Calibur II HD Online
Fighting 19 November 2013
Remake of one of the highest rated 3D beats in history, coming back in refreshed HD setting and with a new online gameplay mode. Thanks to it, new generation console owners will be able to compete again with other warriors looking for fame and honour, competing for the title artifact.
Fighting 31 January 2012
Soulcalibur V is the fifth installment of the popular series of brawls produced by Namco Bandai and at the same time the second addressed to the eighth generation consoles. The main character of the feature mode is Patroklos Alexandra, a young warrior who sets off in search of his older sister, Pyrrhy. The game features 26 heroes with different skills and weapons, which can be fought on 20 boards.
Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny
Fighting 27 August 2009
Soulcalibur: Destiny Broken is an arcade fight created for the technical capabilities of the PlayStation Portable handheld console by Namco Bandai developers. The game is based on solutions characteristic for the whole Soulcalibur series. Players then direct the actions of the duelling heroes using a variety of weapons in fantastic arenas. The creators foresaw several variants of fun, including versus, arcade and survival modes.
Fighting 29 July 2008
Soul Calibur IV is another fight from the popular series, treating the fight of masters of using various types of white weapons. Depending on the release of the game for the platform, players were given the opportunity to play with an additional character from the universe of Star Wars.
Fighting 02 July 2008
Three-dimensional beating, which originally debuted in 1998. Compared to the previous version of Soul Calibur has been enriched with a brand new high-resolution visual setting.
Fighting 25 October 2005
The fourth part of the battle cycle started on PSX does not disappoint players - unprecedented game modes, new characters and even more beautiful graphics than before. Every fan of fighting with white weapons should feel satisfied.
Fighting 26 August 2003
Soulcalibur II is the second installment of the highly popular series of skill fights, which dates back to the Sega DreamCast console. The player directs the actions of one of the heroes competing for the title artifact. Namco developers have prepared seven play modes, a rich collection of available weapons and equipment, as well as plenty of bonus surprises.