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 May 21, 2008 - 04:27 PM - by Michael
* Soul Calibur for Live

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Namco's kicking out Soul Calibur (port of the old Dreamcast release) sometime before Soul Calibur 4 comes out.

NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc. today released screenshots for Soulcalibur?, their latest game for Xbox LIVE Arcade for the Xbox 360? video game and entertainment system from Microsoft. Originally released in 1999 for the Sega Dreamcast?, Soulcalibur remains the highest rated fighting game of all time and the screens highlight the transition to the high definition era and fan favorite characters.

Soulcalibur is back for a new generation! Sharpen your blades and relive past grudges with the start of the definitive console 3-D fighting franchise. Prove your worth against the world with dozens of leaderboards spanning every character and mode. Hone your fighting instincts in Arcade, Survival and Training modes or challenge a friend in local-play Versus mode
It'll be interesting to see if it plays well. SC was one of the games that showed off the Dreamcast's abilities, and it was unfortunate that it never saw another console in its regular lifespan.

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