SoulCalibur VI será lançado no dia 19 de outubro para PS4, Xbox One e PC. Abaixo você confere as notas de diversos sites internacionais.
PSX Brasil recebeu sua cópia na noite de ontem. O nosso review estará no ar no dia do lançamento do jogo.
85 Metacritic: 85
SoulCalibur VI is undoubtedly one of the finest fighting games of this generation, and one worth exploring even if you can’t get into the broader fighting genre. With rich and complex campaign modes and robust gameplay, SoulCalibur VI is a game I will return to for years to come.
Dualshockers: 9.5/10 God is a Geek: 8.5/10
Despite some minor issues, the soul of Soulcalibur 6 is so strong that they don’t do much to bring down what is one of the best entries in the series. The new Reversal Edge and Soul Charge mechanics add new layers of strategy and mind games while the one-two punch of Libra of Soul and Soul Chronicle will provide hours upon hours of fantastic single-player content. Beyond that, Soulcalibur 6 is just straight up fun for players of any skill level.
I still remember sitting down for the first time to play Soulcalibur on the Dreamcast and hearing Jeff Manning’s voice echo across the room. This is a larger-than-life series that deserves a lot of love and care from its creator: and with VI, it got it. The recent documentary that openly acknowledges the past faults of the series gives me hope that Bandai Namco is going to right the Soulcalibur ship.
Destructoid: 8.5/10 Gamespot: 8.0/10
Amidst a plethora of fighting titles SoulCalibur VI is pulling no punches, or weapon based attacks, at trying to take the crown. Putting franchise feelings aside, there are many elements that the game is nailing; from the Libra of Souls experience to the fast paced fun on offer from each and every match. As with other triple-A games of the genre there is more to experience than just raw fighting, with an incredible visual experience to enjoy. There is the slight awkwardness when it comes to the clothing choices and unfortunately Reversal Edge won’t be everyone’s cup of tea. The game does feel somewhat more balanced than V and as long as the support lasts longer I can only see this continuing. Overall, the game does enough to slingshot the SoulCalibur series back to the top of the genre, to fight it out with the other franchises.
Just Push Start: 4.3/5
SoulCalibur VI is a statement game from Project Soul that does almost everything right. Smart gameplay refinements, a ton of content, the return of the original cast, and excellent teaching tools makes this the best SoulCalibur in years and prove that the soul still burns 20 years later.
SoulCalibur VI offers lots of hours of fun, and not just online. Some interesting additions to the gameplay and the new characters make the gaming experience fresh and varied, even if some animation risks to break the flow of combat. Had it not been for the rather unpleasant decision to block Tira as a Season Pass bonus, Project Soul’s latest work would have had very few things to complain about.
The Games Machine: 8.3/10 Hobby Consolas: 85/100
SoulCalibur VI is a fantastic looking entry in the series, but beyond that feels like something of a missed opportunity. The core combat remains as vibrant, weighty and enjoyable as ever, but the Reversal Edge adds in an element of chance that feels at odds with what most fighting games set out to achieve. The two interminably dull story modes don’t help either, with players left to rely on the the straightforward arcade and online modes for their kicks.
Back after a six year hiatus, SoulCalibur VI proves that the series has lost none of its sparkle. If this is the final SoulCalibur we ever see (and we sincerely hope it isn’t), at least we can rest assured that the series went out with a bang rather than a clang.
Xbox Achievements: 85%
SoulCalibur VI is a solid fighting game that offers good mechanics and a lot of content to enjoy some legendary fights with weapons. But the roster feels limited and, in terms of visuals, the game seems to have the same design than SoulCalibur V.
It’s been more than six years since the last Soulcalibur game released, and it’s clear that Bandai Namco took its time to make sure a stellar product was delivered. It’s apparent that a huge amount of detail went into creating Soulcalibur VI and it’s bursting at the seams with content. If you’re looking for a different take on the 3D fighting genre then I heavily recommend this one.
MMOGames: 9.0/10 IGN Italy: 8.7/10
For someone with little Soul Calibur experience before now, I feel that Soul Calibur VI can be a pretty good starting point for someone to the series. The tutorial in Mission Mode will help you learn the basics and you can always look up more advanced moves and techniques for any character at almost any time. Add in the Mission and Story modes and there’s a lot to do beyond just fighting several random CPU opponents and calling it a day.
Gaming Nexus: 8.5/10 Metro GameCentral: 8.0/10
I personally loved that so much attention was paid to the single-player experience, and because of the depth of the story and fluid combat, I found this to be one of the most enjoyable fighting games I’ve ever played.
Game Revolution: 9.0/10
Ultimately, that’s what you want from a fighting game; something that anyone can pick up and enjoy on their terms. SoulCalibur VI offers an enjoyable story for people who want to get into the lore and characters, fanservice for people that like sex appeal in their fighters, as well as a blend of instantly accessible action and a learning curve for people that want to dig further into the mechanics of it all. Because it is so accessible and enjoyable, I suspect that SoulCalibur VI will become one of my most played fighting games, because it’s just that versatile and enjoyable that I’ll just default to it when I’m in the mood for a fighter (or looking to play with someone else).
Digitally Downloaded: 4.5/5
With a polished fighting system, deep story mode, and buckets of content, Soul Calibur VI is easily one of the best fighting games of the generation.
The Digital Fix: 8.0/10
SoulCalibur 6 is a brilliant return to form for the series, combining a robust single-player campaign and intense, dynamic combat to bring the franchise to a level it hasn’t been at in years. It’s time to leave your mark on history once again.
Attack of the Fanboy: 4.5/5
Soul Calibur 6 remains a spectacular, intense, technical brawler, also suitable for those who do not want to throw themselves into the fray of online meetings. There could be no better relaunch for the series, which finally returns to its original splendor.