US Soul Calibur Changes?
Several rumors have spread across the Internet in regard to Soul Calibur's US changes. Here's the real story.
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Over the past few days, several web boards and news sites have been reporting changes to the US version of Soul Calibur. We've decided to investigate and separate fact from fiction.
Rumor: The US version will have Japanese voices with English subtitles.Fact: The voices in the US version are indeed the same as in the Japanese version, but now there is an option to turn on US subtitles.
Rumor: Ivy's outfit has been censored. Fact: Not true. Her outfit is the same as in the Japanese version.
Rumor: The Internet mode is goneFact: The Internet mode is gone.
Rumor: The art galleries have been removed from the US version.Fact: The Japanese version had 338 pieces of art, and the US version has 338 pieces of art.
Overall, the game has made it over to US shores seemingly unscathed. Kudos to Namco for leaving the masterpiece the way it was intended by its original designers.
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