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DescriptionMortal Kombat-style one-on-one fighting is one thing, but fighting with weapons is completely different. Soul Calibur II continues the tradition set by Soul Blade and the Dreamcast Soul Calibur with intense action and plenty of weapons to deal the massive blows.
A majority of the action takes place in Weapon Master mode, as you choose a character and travel a set map to fight the many other warriors through a collection of different terrain styles and challenges. One minute you'll be fighting in quicksand; the next you'll have to defeat an opponent by only using throwing attacks.
Other modes include the usual arcade, survival, and practice modes, and multiplayer options for two people to battle it out.
Each version of Soul Calibur II also includes a unique character for the platform. Spawn appears on Xbox, Link from The Legend of Zelda series can be found on GameCube, and Tekken fighter Heihachi finds his way to PS2.
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LinkLink from The Legend of Zelda is an exclusive playable character for the Nintendo GameCube version. This is the second gaming series that he has broken away from the adventure-style gaming to be a playable character in a fighting game. The first series was Super Smash Bros.
Todd MacFarlaneThe character Necro, who appears in all three console versions of Soul Calibur II, was created by Todd McFarlane for the game. He also created Spawn, who is exclusive to the Xbox version.
YoshimitsuWhile the Heihachi (in the PS2 version) and Yoshimitsu characters are from the Tekken series, the Soul Calibur version of Yoshimitsu is considered to be from another time, and is in no way related to the Tekken Yoshimitsu, even though they share the same look, moves, and background (both are leaders of the Manji party, a Robin Hood-esque group, and both are missing their right arms).
Kartanym (10785) added SoulCalibur II (PlayStation 2) on Aug 29, 2003
Takashi Koshigoe, Yoshihito Iwanaga, Masaaki Hoshino, Hiroyuki Kobota, Ken Matsumoto, Junji Hata, Shoichi Isowaki, Sei Nakatani, Hidenori Iwakiri