I like Soulcalibur II HD Online, but boy oh boy is the online a nightmare. Because of this, I'm holding my breath with the free-to-play offering Namco is whipping up for the next installment of their fabled fighter: Soulcalibur: Lost Swords.
That said, I have to say the game is looking quite stunning. Namco's first foray into the free-to-play fighter market, Tekken Revolution, has fared decently in my eyes, but overall lacks the refinement a proper sequel tends to offer. With the platform that Soulcalibur: Lost Swords is set to debut on next year slowly making its ways out too, I additionally worried Namco may quickly forger about this game as time trickles by.
Until then, enjoy these new screens and three videos of the game's latest editions: Astaroth, Nightmare, and Pyrrha.
Will I ever see Hwang again?
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