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Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny



For: PSP

PSP fighters don't get much love, but that might change with Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny. It is, without a doubt, the most technically impressive game I've seen on the PSP. The graphics are up to the quality of the PS2 editions, and the action and character customization is straight out of Soul Calibur IV. Of course, guest star Kratos (from God of War III) is a key selling point to this edition. But the fluid 60 frames-per-second action and endless unlockable content makes Broken Destiny one of the most promising PSP games I've seen yet. --Sid Shuman

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