i enjoyed the game and its core concepts of additional characters.however i found some moves that some strategy guides didn't point out but i am sure that is a flaw in every game that is out there on the market.my favorites are ivy, link and nightmare(i think they are the most used by advance players who want to end the game quickly.) in other words i enjoyed the game but wished Nameco would come out with a tag version.
posted by popokata (PACIFIC PALISADES, CA) Jun 9, 2011
Member since Apr 2010
Soulcalibur has defined the fighting industry deeply, when it was on the Dreamcast it was one of the best looking games ever to grace a console. Now about 11 years later. I stumble across the sequal of this on Gamefly I had to try it. Im gald to say that it is very fun and filled with depth. The graphics of Soulcalibur 2 10 years later are not the best but nice.
THE GOODS: Soulcalibur 2 offers many modes and 30 characters to play through. It has pretty slick graphics even 10 years later. the controls are responsive and the moves are really cool. There are about 10 modes but one to keep you having a lot of fun is Survival.
THE BADS: there really is no bads to SC2 because its that solid.
THE VERDICT: SC2 is old but there really is no reason to not play this game its one of the best 3D fighters ever and definitly worth playing
posted by owengamer (EAST FALMOUTH, MA) Feb 28, 2009
Member since Feb 2009
soulcalibur 2 one of the few games on the ps2 that i acttuatly said wow this is a very good game the graphics are good,the graphics are good,and the storyline is good.I have not played alot of fighting games so i'll have to try some more.