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SoulCalibur 5
Game Description:Developed by the legendary Project Soul team, Soul Calibur 5 picks up 17 years after the events of Soul Calibur 4 with new heroes and returning warriors clashing in an epic showdown between good and evil. The tale of Patroklos, son of Sophitia Alexandra, unfolds as his family’s destiny intertwines with the Soul swords. With the series’ revolutionary 8-way run, allowing for true 3D movement during matches, a refined battle system, and stunning graphics, Soul Calibur 5 will be the top game of 2012 for anyone looking for a knock-down, drag-out fight.
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