Soul Calibur coming to iOS devices

The same time as console version of the new Soul Calibur V Bandai Namco Games announced this Thursday that appears to still implement the original, with control via virtual gamepads for newer iOS devices. The graphic should be at least as good as seen in 1999 on the Sega Dreamcast.

Since a press conference held in Tokyo on Saturday the trailer videos are released, with which the new part of the martial arts series for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 and the first IOS version of the classic duel to be advertised.

The control of the game is realized with the touch screen, virtual gamepads come very close to traditional controllers. The title supports the ranking leaders of the Game Center, features six game modes and 19 playable characters.
According to announcement of Soul Calibur only the newer iOS devices like the iPhone 4, 4S, iPod Touch and iPad 2 will supported. The price of the app has not been announced.


Game Hunter – a free application to catalog, sort, and organize your game collection


Publisher’s Description
Game Hunter is a free application for Mac OS X Leopard that catalogue, sort, and organize your videogame collection. To save your time Game Hunter can query online database and easily get all information about your favorite games.

– Change style of game’s Table: List, Icon or Coverflow
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– list to organize your library
– self updating smart-list
– folder of lists for better organization
– link games with URLs, images, videos and files
– network sync
– Quick Look Integration
– Address book integration
– iCal integration
– automatic update with Sparkle

What’s new in this version: Fixed a bug with loaned items that could freeze the sync with Hunter Touch.

Download Details
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System Requirements: Game Hunter requires Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard, Intel)

Game Hunter