By Kyle Emch / May 6th, 2013
You might be wondering why the Operation Rainfall Retro Commercial Research Team (in other words, me) is focusing on just one installment of the Soulcalibur games in this week’s Retro Wrap-Up. Well, Soulcalibur II will probably end up being the most memorable installment in the Soulcalibur franchise, but not because it was considered the best. I mean, it was the highest rated game in the series, but that’s not why people remember it. People remember the game because each version of the game had a different guest character depending on which console you got it on. The gamecube version had Link, the PS2 version had Heihachi, and the Xbox version had…Spawn. Yeah.
As you might imagine, there were three different commercials made for each version, featuring each character. All of which are definitely entertaining. So, without further adieu, here are these three commercials for your enjoyment in this week’s Retro Wrap-Up.
Here are the highlights from this past week.
Is there going to be a Guild03? Some trademarks that were registered by Level-5 seem to hint to that.
It’s the cast of Sonic the Hedgehog versus the cast of Mega Man in Character Battle II. Who will come out on top?
For those who haven’t heard, the servers for Monster Hunter Tri’s online functionality have officially been shut down.
Speaking of the 3DS, Jeff Neuenschwander talks about the system’s performance in 2013 so far.
Finally, we share the results of our latest poll about which Final Fantasy title you guys should be remade next. The results will no doubt fill you with shock.
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