Broken Destiny Slashes Onto US Shelves On September 1
If you had a blast with Soul Calibur IV last year - and really, who didn't? - and you're a PSP owner, you've likely been anticipating the release date for Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny.
Well, according to Siliconera, Namco Bandai has revealed that the very first handheld iteration in this critically acclaimed franchise will drop in Japan on August 27 and only a few days later on September 1 in North America. That ain't too bad, and we strongly urge you to consider a purchase; you should see a new high water mark for portable graphics, and let's not forget about the new features. We'll have the option of toying around with Dampierre and God of War hero Kratos, and we'll even get that awesome character creation mode from SCIV. Feel free to read our full preview; you will likely come away impressed and excited for Broken Destiny. The PSP has plenty of potentially excellent games scheduled for the near future, and the title in question is most certainly one of them. Really, for those who are always saying that visuals on a handheld can't be all that impressive, especially after seeing the flashiness provided by home consoles, they should take a look at some media for this title. It has definitely altered our line of thinking in that area.
Sure, maybe Tekken 6 is more up your alley, but if you're a true fighting fan and you've been looking for a great summer title for your PSP, look no further than Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny.
Related Game(s): SoulCalibur: Broken Destiny
7/24/2009 John Shepard