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No, Soul Calibur Legends is not a fighting game, but a "spin off" action platformer... Legends takes the series away from one on one fighting and into 3rd-person action, with players facing off against multiple enemies simultaneously. Enemies consist of classic Soul Calibur fighters as well as some new beasts. Players use the Wiimote and nunchuck controllers to control their on-screen counterparts directly. Slashing the Wiimote horizontally or vertically results in respective horizontal a...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
I'm not a Soul Calibur fan, I played the first one in the arcade and Soul Calibur II on the Gamecube. Outside of that, I really don't care about the history of the characters or anything like that. Basically, I'm not reviewing this as a Soul Calibur fanboy. With that said.....Oh man... Soul Calibur Legends was bad. It was really bad. Maybe not a 3.5 that Gamespot handed it out, but it wasn't much better than that really. What really annoyed me the most about this game was I had expected a ...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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