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Mixed or average reviews - based on 18 Critics

Critic score distribution:
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  1. May 22, 2013
    9
    Despite its short game modes, this is a great game to play and an instant classic at best. Unlike Capcom's Street Fighter x Tekken and Street Fighter IV Volt... this game has every single character from the Dreamcast version of the game. I love this game and its graphics! The touch screen controls are fantastic and hearing the nostalgic sonudtrack reminds me of the days when I use to play this with my father as a child! The question is....are you willing to cough up $15!? The game only gets a 9/10 because it is missing some modes, weapon master mode and tag team mode! Other than that... a legendary masterpiece to play on the go! Full Review »
  2. Jan 25, 2012
    8
    Soulcalibur makes an immensely welcome return this time on the small screen, a port of my all time fave slice-em-up. When I heard this was on its way, I was eager to see if I felt the same feeling I did back in my nostalgic dreamcast owning days, the answer is no, but tt didn't stop me from getting back into the action and enjoying yet again. It all works great, which is one of the doubts I initially had, the controls are layered out, arcade stick style, wasn't long before I was making sushi with my samurai, the action is fast, yet fluid, and the graphics are stunning. You really get the arcade feel here, their are several modes, arcade mode allows for unlocking more characters, making for a decent roster, and variety. Practice mode for brushing up, time attack, and survival mode, beating off endless waves of enemies. This is the best fighting game on iOS, but the one major problem here, would be a feature that this game should of come packed with....multiplayer, but you can't have it all, and who knows maybe one day, it may arrive. The other major question is the price is it worth it? For a fan like me yes, however it may not appeal to everyone. But I'm happy I finally got the chance to replay a classic one again. Full Review »