Soul Calibur 6 Review By Famitsu, Got A Decent Score

Soul Calibur 6 is the next game in the franchise and it has already been reviewed by Famitsu. It has received a pretty decent score of 33/40. Other games that the magazine reviewed include FIFA 19 and Crystar. The Soul Calibur 6 review seems to be very positive indeed and if you were on the fence regarding whether or not you should get the game then this should help.

FIFA 19 got 36/40, which is a bit higher but Crystar got 30/40. This is very interesting indeed keeping in mind that FIFA 19 is pretty much the same game as the previous one while Soul Calibur 6 is one of the most anticipated fighting game of the year.

From what we have seen, Geralt of Rivia is going to be part of the game. CD Projekt RED’s Marcin Momot touched on the matter and the following is what he had to say in this regard:

Most importantly, we wanted to deliver something that would expand both universes in a meaningful way so gamers who are into The Witcher and the fighting community would both be left satisfied. I can’t wait for gamers all around the world to get their hands on the game. It’s going to be great!

The Witcher fans will indeed have something to look forward to in Soul Calibur 6. It is possible that this will be the last game in the franchise. Game producer Motohiro Okubo talked about how hard it was to convince Bandai Namco to greenlight the project. The following is what he had to say in this regard:

The first thing is that the IP itself of the SoulCalibur franchise had low expectations from the company. It was actually facing a crisis of maybe disappearing. It took time for me to convince the company.

It will be interesting to see that the game will have to offer as compared tot he titles that came before it and how well fans are going to react to the game. This Soul Calibur 6 review is a major one and I think that others will be similar as well.

Let us know what you think about the Soul Calibur 6 review by Famitsu and whether or not you agree with the score.

Sarmad is our Senior Editor, and is also one of the more refined and cultured among us. He's 25, a finance major, and having the time of his life writing about videogames.