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 Jul 26, 2005 - 12:00 PM - by Michael
* Soul Calibur 3 Special

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Playstation2/Sony has one heck of a special article up regarding Soul Calibur 3, its looks, and the ton of new gameplay modes being added in.

Nice work, guys!

"I feel that fighting games have a set way of being played," Yotoriyama says, acknowledging that, with the series, him and his team have hit upon some sort of magic formula that shouldn't be mucked with. "Soul Calibur has a deep game system that pleases hardcore fighting fans -- but it also has a pick-up-and-play quality that anyone can enjoy." He explains that his biggest challenge now, three games into an established franchise, is to keep his growing fanbase happy while devising innovative ways within the genre to attract that unlikely gaming contingent to experience Soul Calibur's certain brand of magic.


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