Soul Calibur III
Ideal for people who need to unleash the beast.
Alright, I love Soul Calibur. The graphism are just great even for a PS2 game, the different level are still pretty similar to the previous game but the landscape are not really the first argument to buy this game. The diversity of the characters available is pretty good, and the songs are enjoyable even though they are really repetitive. Now the rest, in order to unlock all the weapons, armor, bonuses, etc, you will have to be determined. Indeed, first of all finish every character story, but you might have to do it again and again since you will need money to buy bonuses. However in order to unlock some bonuses or character you will need to play the "chronicles" which is kind of a story mode. Interesting idea completely unfinished. 2 minutes, it is the time I played before being bored. So, in the end, I LOVE Soul Calibur because I like to play without really thinking sometimes, even though in order to become really good the timing required to block, etc you will have to train.
This action game is one of the best action games
This fighting game is fun. You can play as a lot of diverse and strong fighters in the game. I recommend buying this game for ps2 and inviting a friend or two over and playing versus mode with them. It's pretty fun.
The Game is more fun than its predecesor&succesor
Soul Calibur III has a slew of unlockable, and rewarding content, unlike its predecessor and succesor soul calibur 4, it also is a high-end graphics for a PS2 Game, characters look more polished, and have more detail.
The Gameplay is superb, and more smooth and fluent. this combined with the enhanced graphics make for an excellent experience.
The new character creation was a blast, though a little costly.
the Story was verty informative
The Sound is what might really win you over, if the stage had a waterfall you'd could hear it over the games orchestrated pieces.
there many new characters to use an overall you might get a solid 5 years out this game if you had a friend to play with.
The array of modes also adds to the experience. try soul arena
One Of The Best Games On PS2
This game is totally worth the price. I love how you get to create your own character. and i've played the 4th sould calibur. and it isnt as advanced as this one. the customization is Freaken awesome. and theres alot of cool things. dragon gauntlets, ect. If your in gamestop and happen to have 10 bucks to spare. then buy this game! YES its worth the money.
An amazing weapon-based fighting game for the PS2
Soulcalibur III is a great weapon-based fighting game. I don't really pay attention to the storyline but it seems interesting if you want to read about the characters stories and stuff. With the ability to make a few custom characters, this is a very fun, interesting game for the Playstation2. The overall gameplay is pretty good. I mostly play on Tales of Souls mode. I would reccomend this to any action-loving gamer.
SOUL CALIBUR AT ITS FINEST... & here's why...
What made this the best Soul Calibur was its "Chronicles of the Sword" mode. In this you could create characters as well as use characters in the story. This kind of reminded me of Dynasty Warriors but you control units where to go on the map & you can either attack them from there or go into a 1v1 battle. How you healed was either go to a base or wait till you return to the battle after dying which isn't too long. This wasn't just a pointless level up game either. It involved ambushes & strategy. Also, eventually you get to send out 3-4-5-6-7-8 I forget characters at once which means you & your friends can all take turns telling your characters what to do & fight as your characters making plays to beat your way through 20 long & fun missions. "Cronicles of the Sword is a story with cut scenes & is entirely made up of created characters so it's originality is off the charts. I still come back to play it. It's a must own for PS2 owners who love great games. I can only go so in depth & describe this as well as I can but nothing beats playing it first hand. Check this one out!
Soul Calibur 3 is a good game. I feel 2 was superior in gameplay but this is a worthy sequel. The Tell of Souls mode can be ridiculously hard at times. Character creation is great. If your a fan of the series go pick it up.
this is a fun game, each character has a different story, and this has you performing button presses to determine battles. the fighting is good, and this is a great ps2 game to own
One of the best!
Not only is this the first Soulcalibur game that I've played, but it's also the first fighting game. It is safe to say that I never looked back. The graphics are so amazing and colorful for a PS2 game, and the soundtrack is outstanding. There's a vast choice of characters to choose from, so you always end up having at least one favorite. Even if none of the characters are to your liking, you can always create your own character. To take that a step further, you can have a created character star in Chronicles of the Sword, which is twenty chapters of war tactics and storyline. If I didn't own this game currently, I would immediately go to the nearest GameStop and pick up a copy of this game, even though there are more recent installments of the series out.
Soul Calibur The Best Review Ever
Soul Calibur 3 is wonderful game to play. My favorite character is Xangiau and the moves for her are awesome. Especially since now that you can make your own characters. Each character has its own way of fighting such as being a barbarian, a ninja, a sage, and more. Only thing you might not like about making your character is the choice of clothes, for the guys they don't have that many clothes that you would like for your character to wear but for the girls they have a lot of nice clothes. You also probably wouldn't like the weapons the game chooses for you. You would have to play the game frequently with your made up character in order to get new weapons. I suggest that if you make a character, use the ninja as a fighting stance. I think that is the best fighting personality you can pick. As well as the sword master where you can use all weapons. The story line is very long, especially in The Chronicles of The Sword. During the Chronicles of the Sword you learn about Soul Calibur and Soul Edge. You get to make and command a team so that you can capture the strong holds. Each stronghold either is empty or has a person inside of it. Some parts in the Chronicles of the Sword got on my nerves because they had power ups on the stages such as "Ice". Every time I had to capture a base that had Ice on it, I had a lot of trouble because when you fight, your person moves around the stage and can fall off easy. I hated that because some people would already be hard and the game makes it worse by making you have to beat them with a hard stage. At least the challenge is up! The graphics of the game have completely changed from Soul Calibur 2 because during the screenplay the graphics seem like you are really there. For example when you are playing with a character during Tales of Souls every time a movie starts playing it seems like you are really there. One up for all of you graphic lovers. Character specials are the bomb. The best special is with Ivy, it is very hard to do but it brings down almost all of your opponents health. The next best special is with Abyss. With Abyss you can use a special where you can bring your character towards you and also do a crazy DragonBall Z move. It is so fun when I do this to my little brother. LOL! Overall, you should definitely buy this game. It is impossible to beat the ENTIRE GAME in a Week, just impossible. You'll be playing this for a very long time, and every moment you will love!