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Soul Calibur IV (Classics)

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Soul Calibur IV (Classics)


Xbox 360


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Suitable for mature audiences 16 years and over.

NOTE: Contains violence

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"Awesome, good old times back in 2007."
5 stars"

A good fighting game classic, got me back into the genre, on the 360 along time since the PS and PS1 and PS2 iterations of Tekken, Dead or Alive.

$10.00… that's a nice deal! So I've bought it for a friend, she likes the game so there you go. Mightyape have always been the place to go to. Don't buy at the Warehouse, don't go to Noel Leeming, Dick Smith, Harvey Norman, etc go to Mightyape or failing that go to Trademe.

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
"Hack and Slash"
4 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

Great game, it's a good way to unwind as the control is easy to use and most characters are user friendly. The custom character option allows for a few quite powerful creations that will become frequient users.

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
"The Legend Will Never Die..."
4 stars"

Project Soul's 4th installment, Soul Calibur IV sums up what a fighting game is supposed to be about.

Its gameplay style is more about Strategic places of strong and slow attacks, rather than endless combo's like in other games.It also introduces new concepts into the game:Soul Gauges and Critical Finishes. When you block, your soul Gauge gradually decreases.When your Gauge finally breaks(Or your opponents), you/they have roughly a second to press the LB button(Left Bumper;A+B+K+G). If your timing is correct, you will preform a Critical Finish(A Move that kills or “finishes” your opponent-A less brutal Fatality if you will)

SCIV has 3 main single player modes;Story Mode(Where you complete each characters story),Arcade(Your typical 8 level arcade style fighter) and a new mode, Tower Of Souls(A Huge 60 floor tower, where you can chose to Ascend(Go through each floor to reach the top) or Descend(Endless waves of enemies, kinda like a survival mode[Unlocked after ascending 20 floors])

The online in SCIV is not Great, but it's horrible either.When in the ranked matches, there are alot of Move Spammers(People that use the same move over and over again to win) and the usual bad mouthing people.If you dont have a decent connection(The best possible in this country) then prepare for some lagg and some frustrating times.

In the end, this game is alot of fun. it has endless customization features,the challenging new Tower Of Souls mode, and online play to compete with friends or people from around the world.If you've enjoyed the previous installments of the series;this is a must for you.If you haven't, its worth a try hiring it out or borrowing it. It Definitely doesn't disappoint.

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.


Two swords at its ultimate form of evolution… During the reincarnation of the Soulcalibur and Soul Edge, something else has awakened… The battle between the two swords comes to the final phase, with the resurrection of whom created those swords. Nightmare, in its ultimate form awaits at for Siegfried for the final battle.

What lies ahead of the characters twisted by its destiny- Moreover, Sith Lord Darth Vader and Jedi master Yoda appear respectively on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 to engage the fight for the Soul Swords.

  • Online VS - for the first time in Soulcalibur franchise
  • Critical Strike for each characters
  • New game system: AMB (Active Matching Battle)
  • Many new interactive stages including refined familiar stages
  • Enhanced Character Creation mode
  • Numerous DLC
  • Special guests: Yoda on Xbox360 and Darth Vader on PS3
Release date NZ
August 1st, 2008
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