Set in the 16th century, the game revolves around a pair of twin swords full of evil spirits and 8 people who seek them: Hwang - a Korean warrior who wants to use the swords to save his ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Toshiyuki Morikawa ...
Heishiro Mitsurugi (arcade) / Hwang Seong-gyeong (arcade) (voice)
Hekiru Shiina ...
Fujiko Takimoto ...
Taki / Bangoo (voice)
Jin Yamanoi ...
Li Long / Hephaestus (voice)
Michiko Neya ...
Sophitia Alexandra / Chie (voice)
Nobuyuki Hiyama ...
Siegfried Schtauffen (voice)
Takashi Nagasako ...
Nathaniel 'Rock' Adams / Cervantes de Leon / Seong Han-Myeong / Vercci (voice)
Barry Gjerde ...
Cervantes de Leon / Narrator (voice)
Wataru Takagi ...
Heishiro Mitsurugi (console) / Hwang Seong-gyeong (console) / Teppou Hei / Seong Dojo Member (voice)
Yûko Miyamura ...
Seong Mi-na (console) (voice) (as Yuko Miyamura)
Robert Belgrade ...
Nathaniel 'Rock' Adams / Hephaestus (voice)
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Siegfried Schtauffen (voice) (as Elic Kelso)
Dean Harrington ...
Vercci (voice)
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Kimberly Forsythe ...
Bangoo (voice)
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Set in the 16th century, the game revolves around a pair of twin swords full of evil spirits and 8 people who seek them: Hwang - a Korean warrior who wants to use the swords to save his country from invasion Rock - a "white giant" in America who thinks the swords will restore memories of his parents. Taki - a Japanese ninja who wants to destroy the swords because they are weakening her current weapon Sophitia - a Greek Valkyrie who is being sent by Hephaestus to destroy the swords. Mitsurugi - a samurai-assassin who wants to use the swords as a weapon to challenge guns Li Long - a Chinese loner who thinks the swords will bring his dead wife back Seigfried - a German knight who believes the wielder of the swords killed his father Seung Mina - a Korean tomboy who wants to prove her independence to her father Voldo - a mute Italian who is being sent after the swords by his master's ghost Cervantes - a Spanish pirate who is in possession of the swords Written by RJDL

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korean | warrior | pirate | ninja | knight | See All (21) »

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If you thought Tekken 3 was hard, take a stab at this.


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16 May 1996 (USA)  »

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Soul Blade  »

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By pressing a certain button input, each character has two endings, one ending normally and the other ending badly. See more »

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Seung Mina: That was for my father!
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The beginning of a legend.

Soul Edge(Soul Blade) was originally an Arcade.But this game went to Playstation. For 1996, the graphics were astronomically good. The sound was perfect, with many voices. The gameplay was the best part.The controls were simple, and the moves were easy to make(some moves were activated with only one button!). And the game had a high Fun Factor.Very High. If you have another controller and a friend near your house, the Fun Factor goes much higher. Soul Edge's sequence was launched in 1999 for Dreamcast.It was named Soul Calibur. And Soul Calibur 2 was launched in 2003 for Gamecube, Xbox, Playstation2 and Arcade. 9/10.


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