Namco Bandai is celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Soul series, which includes games like Soul Calibur, with a compilation of past entries of the game. While Soul Edge kicked off the series in 1996, it became more known after the arcade port of Soul Calibur came to the SEGA Dreamcast and not only matched the arcade version on quality but exceeded it with new .
Going through two decades of entries from some amazing games like the original Soul Calibur to more lacklustre titles like Soul Calibur V and even the free-to-play Soul Calibur: Lost Swords.
- 1996 – Soul Edge
- 1998 – Soul Calibur
- 2002 – Soul Calibur II
- 2005 – Soul Calibur III
- 2008 – Soul Calibur IV
- 2009 – Soul Calibur Broken Destiny
- 2012 – Soul Calibur V
- 2014 – Soul Calibur: Lost Swords
While Namco Bandai is focusing its efforts on Tekken 7, there are rumours that a new entry in the Soul series is in development. We certainly hope so. With the trailer stating “The Legend Will Never Die” at the end, we hope that it is more than a nod to the games’ famous line but suggesting that the company has plans.
Soul Calibur V is available now for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.