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From Namco's acclaimed weapon-based fighting series comes the fourth chapter in the series (and first for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3). Delivering new gameplay modes, characters and enhanced features with unprecedented 3D modeling and animation, Soulcalibur IV aims to be a definitive fighting game experience. The unrelenting pursuit of two legendary swords continues when Soulcalibur IV is released in 2008. Developed by Project Soul (the legendary team behind Soul Blade and Soulcalibur I-III) Soulcalibur IV re-introduces classic warriors from the series as well as introduce new characters that bring new conflict and intrigue.
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