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Soul Calibur Legends by Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc.

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Soul Calibur Legends is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 12.
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  • Platform: Nintendo Wii
  • Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc.
  • Developer: Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc.
  • Category: Fighting

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View Back of Box Soulcalibur, the unparalleled weapon based fighting game franchise, reinvents itself as Soulcalibur Legends, a 3rd person action adventure, exclusively for the Nintendo Wii console. Soulcalibur Legends follows the 16th century exploits of Siegfried and other Soulcalibur characters, new and old. Siegfried finds himself on a quest for ultimate power in order to save an empire from destruction, bringing him into conflict with other warriors seeking to unify the pieces of the Soul Edge sword. This fateful quest leads to his inevitable possession by the cursed blade. The Wii Remote and Nunchuk are your weapons of choice as you perform your moves and combos using orchestrated slashes and movements. Master special attacks acquired throughout the adventure while battling through diverse environments, crushing scores of enemies and large bosses. With the help of other Soulcalibur characters, view the Soulcalibur universe in an entirely new light.


  • Wii exclusive Designed specifically for the Nintendo Wii, use the Wii remote and Nunchuk to master your character's suite of attacks in order to unify the pieces of Soul Edge
  • Choose your allies wisely Switch between the various characters encountered throughout your adventures to give you more versatility in every situation
  • Classic Soulcalibur roster Play and level up as your favorite Soulcalibur characters as you follow their path within history and level up through ranking system
  • New enemies and bosses Sword fighting capabilities are pushed to the limit as you encounter a lineup of new enemies and large scale bosses
  • Weapon progression Weapons evolve with your experience, giving you added control and more powerful attacks
  • Spirit Break Unleash your character's special Spirit Break attacks to crush your enemies with amazing effects
  • Quest mode Play in 12 different environments as the beautiful landscapes serve as your battlefield in 40 quests
  • Multiplayer modes Test your skills with or against a friend in various game modes
  • Competitive Compete for the highest body count as you defeat the fearsome enemies
  • Versus Fight against your friend to determine the true Wii weapon master
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not Worthy of the Soul Calibur Title As a fan of the Soul Calibur series (I have played 2, 2 HD online, 3, 4, Broken Destiny, and 5), I figured I would try out Legends. It is a poorly made third person hack and slash. Gameplay consists of entering rooms, being "ambushed", randomly swinging the Wii remote, fighting with the lock on system, and moving on to the next room to repeat. At the early stages of the game this just feels repetitive but later stages become frustrating when swarms of enemies start attacking at staggered intervals which means you have to keep blocking. This makes the timed missions very hard. Most stages end with a boss fight. The quality of these range from mediocre, and broken, dodge and remote waggle fests to atrocious almost impossible fights where you have to hack at the boss after their "super attack." This is made harder since the playable characters move as fast as snails and the bosses, and most regular enemies, can move like cheetahs. The story mode is the main portion of the game which is an odd choice for a game claiming to be part of Soul Calibur. As much as I like the real Soul Calibur games, I must admit the story is the weakest link of the series. This game is no exception. It consists mainly of still drawings of the characters and text dialogue where every other line consists of "..." The graphics are rather bland. Personally, I feel the graphics of the Gamecube version of Soul Calibur II were superior. Considering everything about this game feels rushed and sloppy, this is not much of a surprise. The multiplayer mode feels tacked on and fights quickly become waggle duels where the winner feels completely up to the whim of the detection system. New arenas and weapons are unlocked as the single player mode is completed, but they feel pretty much same. The music was decent, but who buys a game just to listen to the music. Other sound effects were generic and the voice acting was terrible. My Advice: Stay far away from this game that tarnishes the Soul Calibur name. Seek your hack and slash fix elsewhere.
    Date published: 2014-04-08
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Boring and has a formula-feeling This is the only Soul Calibur game I have ever played and boy it was lacking. It wasn't bad, per say, but it wasn't good either. The game tries to spew plot at you but it just doesn't stick. My biggest problem with this game is the very annoying and repetitive layout. The mission trail style got old really quickly; I liked them in old RTS games (but then the missions were more fun). It just felt like a long to-do list--one that's out of order! I felt like I was hopping from location to location with little explanation of why. In addition, most of the areas are reused for different objectives. I seem to remember going back to each place at least two or three times (with the same music each time--the music loops a lot in this game). Be prepared for this game to feel like a math formula; you'll find "x" after the third mission (meaning you'll get the hang of it)--then you'll wish you never found "x" in the first place! The good stuff: the special moves were entertaining and the variety in characters lessened (a little) the mundane aspect that is so prominent in this game. On the topic of characters, a few were actually interesting and somewhat dynamic. The controls were actually decent; this is definitely a game that makes use of the Wii controls. But the lackluster layout of the game destroys what little good qualities this game has. I don't think I'd recommend this game to anyone.
    Date published: 2013-05-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this game i thought i might like this game because i love all the Soul Caliburs and i found this game and i was right i love this game i play it all the time but it does a number on your arm
    Date published: 2012-03-13
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Just needs some improvement on waving the remote. This game is good for a first 3rd person soul calibur game. They should've put some more work into the gameplay. But everything else was good about this game.
    Date published: 2011-12-21
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Too much waving of the remote. Ok. overall its a decent game but it is too repetetive. All you do is whack hack with your remote and you beat everything that way and your arm gets tired from it then all the enemies and even the bosses are repeated several times over which gets really boring after five minutes and the story line is relatively short. So if you like games that are repetetive then this game is for you, but if your like me you don't and i would not recommend this game to anyone.
    Date published: 2011-11-28
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from bad control and annoying sounds make this bad this could have been fun if it controlled better, but you'll find yourself repeating the same combos and end up with a sore arm. this is a game to be avoided
    Date published: 2011-04-29
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from This is not Soul Calibur. I will have to say, that this game is slightly fun. The main problem is, this is not Soul Calibur. The story line is even barely the same. This is more of a search around game and not a side to side fighting game. You basically walk around and kill whatever, and after a while, the levels seem to get very repetitive. If you want Soul Calibur, don't get this game. If you wanna play this game when you're bored and have nothing else to do, then this is a fine game to get especially at its price.
    Date published: 2011-04-12
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Namco, you have disappointed me. Words can not be expressed as to how much this game sucks. My feelings were crushed as I started playing. What were the Namco creators using while making this game? I was throughly upset with the mash-up of the enemies, and the poor design and plot of the story. Namco, you can do better than this.
    Date published: 2011-03-20
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