Bandai Namco has registered the games tekken 6 and soulcalibur: Broken Destiny in taiwan. This is how it was registered on the page of the Taiwan Digital Game Classification Committee. It is likely that these games will soon be added to the catalog of classics for PlayStation Plus Premium subscribers.
Two classic fighting games remembered for their time on Sony’s laptop
tekken 6 debuted in the arcades of Japan in November 2007. This was the last major launch of this franchise for this type of market. Since, then Bandai Namco’s flagship fighting games would arrive first for home systems. Two years after the arcade release, Bandai Namco released tekken 6 for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PSP.
Perhaps the most curious release, between these two registered by Bandai Namco, is that of Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny. This is because this game, which debuted on the PlayStation Portable (PSP) in 2009, has remained exclusive to the Sony portable. This game features 28 playable characters—all brought directly from Soulcalibur IV— among these franchise Kratos god of war. Additionally, in Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny Dampierre could be controlled. This is a character exclusive to this version of Soulcalibur.
Unfortunately, Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny it did not have a positive reception among a section of fans of the fighting game genre. Since, it lacked online play, story mode and many of the features of the last installment had significant cuts. However, for the time, it was a big bet on the part of the developer. This is because it fully exploited the power of the Sony laptop.
Game preservation is always appreciated because in the world of fighting games some playable mechanics are lost between releases.