Soulcalibur 2 HD Online Is Just A Few Days Away, And Here’s a New Trailer

By Ishaan . November 15, 2013 . 9:31am

Soulcalibur 2 HD Online’s release is just a few days away, and Namco Bandai have released a new trailer of the game that shows off a variety of characters in action, including Heihachi and Spawn, who are now present in both versions of the game.



Soulcalibur 2 HD Online will be released on November 19th for PlayStation 3 and November 20th for Xbox 360 in North America. Europe will get the game on November 20th.

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  • Ava1on

    Just A Fews

  • TheGameTagerZ

    Almost had my money namco…..almost…

    Need muh Link

  • Kashell

    Just a fews? Why not just a couples?!

  • Ouryu

    Spawn and Heihachi on both version that is good.

  • David García Abril

    Goddam it, Namco! Wii U version with Link!

    Wii U version with Link!


  • MrJechgo

    No Wii U version with Link, no care…


    with Link without Link I don’t care. still gonna bought it because of glorous SCII

  • DCBlackbird

    Dear god…. Back in the olden days Spawn was my favorite character in the game, but now that I’ve become familiar with his source material…… Spawn leaves a mixed taste in my mouth.

  • artemisthemp

    I guess the Wii U version ain’t gonna happen, because Nintendo refuse to let Namco use Link in PS3 and 360 version

  • takopako

    really? only ONE fews?

  • Kaihedgie

    Upset that SCII’s income mainly came from Nintendo? :3

    Yeah, that “crossdressing elf” that never actually cross-dressed once, whose very name itself is a legend that has withstood the test of time, battled hordes of unspeakable evils all on his own as a kid, wrestled with rock people twice his size with his bare hands and won, battled actual gods and won, and has a penchant for running anyone through with whatever blade is in hand.

    When you have a Nintendo character as a guest character in anything, everyone else is irrelevant. Most people are more familiar with Spawn’s movie than his comics and Heihachi…who gives a hoot? Heihachi’s not really that special considering he already belongs to Namco and stars in what’s basically a modern version of this series.

    Had it not been for Link, Namco would have dropped the guest character quirk a long time ago.

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