SC6 is very complex game and sometimes, it can be hard to train some situations or prove some theories using normally available tools. This is where mods – or editors – may come handy.
Habaduba is one of rising stars (well, more likely RAISED stars already) of European SC scene. He significantly contributed to put both Poland and Haohmaru to SoulCalibur map and we were able to see his trademark “I go SC6 tournaments and go BRRRRRRRR” approach on many streams including SCWB, OFC, EOS and more.
Before Covid-19, there used to be online and offline events going on all the time. And now..? Now we have like a dozen or more online events weakly. Plus monthlies, exhibitions… It’s kinda hard to keep up, right? Well, not anymore. Now it’s quite easy, barely an inconvenience – because of SC Event Calendar.
Thanks to modders, it’s easier that you may think. Let’s take a look how to achieve results like this screenshot presents.
This was the question Shen Chan raised on his twitter yesterday. As Hwang is the latest – and very interesting – addition to SC6 roster, I was really curious how the discussion will revolve. And I was not disappointed.
SOULCALIBUR official Twitter account revealed interesting tidbit from Hwang’s development; specifically about his theme song. It’s but a detail, but you can’t overlook the love for the game and attention to details Project Soul is proving once again.
In this dark times of no offline tournaments, we have a lot of online action going on each week and month. Among those, official PS4 tournaments tends to somehow fly under radar, but it will be mistake to miss them.
SoulCalibut Board Game aims to recreate the SC experience in card-based board game created for Tabletop Simulator and possibly printed-friendly in the future. Currently in testing, Kusoge is adding new characters and aims to test limits of combo system.