Well. That doesn't really look comfortable, does it?
Breasts swing. They sag. They flop. They can move. Over the years, many games have tried to emulate the way breasts behave. There's even a term for it: "Breast physics."
I don't know if Polish martial artist Kacper Borowski plays Soul Calibur—though there is a pic with a caption of Sagat on his Facebook page. But if they make ever make movies about the medieval martial arts fighting franchise, the producers need to give this guy a call.
Thanks to a tradition that goes back as far as Street Fighter II, fighting game stories are usually presented as world tournaments. It's a convenient narrative device, as it allows the opportunity to display fighting styles from around the world to distinguish characters from one another. But which of these countries…
Awesome: a new Soul Calibur game is out today! Not awesome: it's a collectible card game made for touch-screen devices.
This is Sophita's Omega Sword from Soulcalibur IV. In the flesh. It's made not from polygons, but resin and styrene.
It's called Soulcalibur Lost Swords, and it will be a PlayStation 3 exclusive.
Sadly, GameCube-exclusive Link will not be included in Soul Calibur II HD Online this fall, but PS2-exclusive Heihachi and Xbox-exclusive Spawn will be available in both the Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network versions. Combined, they are nearly as good as the Hero of Hyrule. Almost.
Casy Kovach wanted to build a replica of Nightmare’s Soul Edge blade from Soulcalibur. So grabbing some wood, paint and a glass eye, he went right ahead and did it.
Today at San Diego Comic-Con, Namco Bandai announced that Soul Calibur 2 is getting a high-definition update for the PS3 and Xbox 360.
By the end of the 90s, the 16-bit era ended and 3D took over. With the PlayStation and 3D graphics cards out there allowing for new possibilities, narrative and gameplay, the 90s produced some of the most attractive characters in video game history.
If there's a gaming equivalent to trick shots, not looking at the screen while playing would be one of them—and one that's all the more impressive when you're playing against another person.
One of the things that can really make or break a cosplay is the type of props used. Are they well-made? Do they look realistic? Are they cool?
Seeing where the plotlines for your favorite characters go. The shiny CGI ending sequences. These have traditionally been the reasons a person slogs through the cheap-ass boss fights in the story mode of a 3D fighting game. SoulCalibur V gave you neither and many fans of Namo's fighting franchise—including me—were…
Pac-Man is having a hell of a career second act in fighting games. Of course, he is one of the free characters in Street Fighter X Tekken on the PlayStation 3. Now it looks like he'll be included—as some kind of bizarre head-thing—in Soulcalibur V's next batch of monthly costume DLC. See for yourself at 1:02 in that…
We already knew that SoulCalibur V's character creator is powerful enough to allow you to create all sorts of messes, but this ups the ante one notch more.
While it may seem like a video of me singing to my two children as they bounce along to a song Will.I.Am did for Sesame Street a few years back, this is a video about SoulCalibur V.