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Soulcalibur: Lost Swords back online following launch issues

As quickly as it appeared, Bandai Namco's free to play, singleplayer Soulcalibur: Lost Swords vanished in a cloud of bug reports and uncooperative servers. Now, Soulcalibur: Lost Swords has returned, and the publisher claims things are "running smoothly." Last week, on the day Soulcalibur: Lost ...

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Soulcalibur: Lost Swords issues make game unplayable, 'launch delayed'

Free-to-play fighter Soulcalibur: Lost Swords may be available in the West now, but players are complaining that the game is completely unplayable. In a sort of rehash of last year's Sim City issues, Lost Swords requires players to connect to its servers when launching and playing the game, despite...

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Soulcalibur: Lost Swords finds a home on PlayStation 3

Today marks the debut of Bandai Namco's Soulcalibur: Lost Swords, an attempt at transferring the free-to-play success of Tekken Revolution to the publisher's other big 3D fighting franchise. Like Tekken Revolution, Soulcalibur: Lost Swords is exclusive to the PlayStation 3 and can be downloaded ...

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SoulCalibur: Lost Swords heading to Europe, Australasia this spring

SoulCalibur: Lost Swords will launch this spring on PSN, Namco Bandai (soon to be Bandai Namco) announced today. The launch window for the free-to-play fighting game is for Europe and Australasian regions; no word on a North American release date as of yet. It was originally expected in winter 20...

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Pyrrha, Astaroth, Nightmare unveiled for Soulcalibur: Lost Swords

Three wise fighters came to Soulcalibur: Lost Swords. And lo, the swordswoman Pyrrha offered the game the gift of Woe, the meat slab Astaroth presented the gift of Destruction, and the dark knight Nightmare... more Destruction. It was not the happiest of holidays, especially since Soulcalibur: Lo...

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Soulcalibur won't draw free-to-play Lost Swords until next year

Free-to-play fighter Soulcalibur: Lost Swords is now due in 2014, after originally being pinned to hit PS3 via PSN in winter 2013. The new release window was announced on the series' official Facebook page, and via two trailers from Namco Bandai Europe. The two trailers showcase returning comb...

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SoulCalibur: Lost Swords fights alongside friends in new screens

Namco's newly released screens of free-to-play, single-player entry SoulCalibur: Lost Swords are more revealing than they first seem. According to Siliconera, what we're looking at is a support system that lets you temporarily swap in a friend's character for your own. Namco Bandai hasn't releas...

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Namco Bandai trademarks 'Soulcalibur: Unbreakable Soul'

"Soulcalibur: Unbreakable Soul" has been trademarked by Namco Bandai in Europe, suggesting that the publisher has an as yet unrevealed Soulcalibur game in the works. Reading through the trademark application tells us little about what Soulcalibur: Unbreakable Soul might be. Its approved uses sug...

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SoulCalibur: Lost Swords coming winter 2013 with Sophitia in tow

Namco Bandai's new free-to-play, single-player tale of souls/swords SoulCalibur: Lost Swords is expected to launch on the PlayStation Network sometime this winter, the company announced at a private pre-TGS event earlier this week. The game also marks classic Athenian warrior Sophitia's return...

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Soulcalibur Lost Swords is a free-to-play PSN exclusive

Namco Bandai Europe announced Soulcalibur Lost Swords this morning, the publisher's latest in its growing line of free-to-play PS3 games. Like Tekken Revolution, Ridge Racer: Driftopia, and Ace Combat: Infinity before it, the first F2P Soulcalibur will be released over PSN, and will be exclusive to...

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