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Soul Calibur V Event – Live Blog This Monday!

Greetings loyal minions!

Once again it’s time to huddle around your computer monitors warming glow and bear witness to another top notch live blog for Soul Calibur V!

Coming this Monday starting at 2pm PST, follow your lil’ old pal FooBear408 as he ventures forth into the foggy city of San Francisco. Always trying to come up with new and exciting ways to keep the “Foo Army” entertained – I’m going to introduce a little segment I call “FooBear Keeps It Real”. Armed with my trusty cameraman, I’ll be hitting the streets of fog city and get random gamers takes on the upcoming schedule of big games releasing and other topics – posted right to the live twitter feed via my iPhone 4!

You’re probably thinking – “genius!” – right?

You’d be right, because it hasn’t been done before on any live blog before I’ve done. On top of the usual interviews from developers and production gurus for the game, I’ll be able to get keen insight for any fans of the Soul Calibur series. You’ll pay for the whole live blog seat – but you’re only going to need the edge!

Our fearless leader Tosh will activate the blog at 2pm PST and make sure you subscribe, that way you’ll be privy to all the insider game info that I can squeeze out of this little gaming nugget. I’ve got other aces up my sleeve as far as prizes given during only the live blog – so this one is not to be missed!

Crossing fingers for a return of my homie Darth Vader and everyone’s favorite green guy – Yoda! See you Monday, true believers!

[Update: Live blog is over..]


The Soul Will Burn In 2012

“Transcending history and the world, a tale of souls and swords eternally retold.”

During a media event in Dubai earlier today, Namco revealed a teaser trailer for the next installment of the Soul Calibur series. Soul Calibur V takes place 17 years after the 4th game and will star a new character named Patroklos, the young son of franchise veteran Sophitia.

While the trailer was lacking gameplay, SCV developers promise that the pace of the game (as well as the online modes) has been improved, with easy to perform combos and moves. Soul Calibur V is due out sometime next year for the PS3 and 360. Expect more details to be shared at E3. In the meantime check out SCV’s official website.


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