DLC, patches, new modes… games evolve over time, so why shouldn't our reviews do the same? When SoulCalibur V came out last week, the online lobbies were empty, waiting for intrepid warriors to fill them with the sounds of sword-clashing. Now that people are playing online, we've updated our review of the game to evaluate the multiplayer portion of Namco's medieval martial arts game. Head here to see how it fares.
Find Out What SoulCalibur V's Online Modes Have To Offer In The Updated Kotaku Review
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