Title Data

Action > Fighting > 3D
ESRB Descriptor(s):
Local Players:
1-2 Players
Wikipedia (EN):

Release Data

Box Title
Region Publisher Product ID Distribution / Barcode Release Date Rating
Soul Edge
JP Namco SLPS-00555 4907892010284 12/20/96  
Soul Edge (Limited Edition w/ Namco Joystick)
JP Namco SLPS-00545 4907892010291 12/20/96  
Soul Blade
US Namco SLUS-00240 722674020589 January 1997 T
Soul Blade
EU SCEE SCES-00577 711719662624 May 1997  
Soul Blade (Greatest Hits)
US Namco SLUS-00240   1998 T
Soul Blade (Platinum)
EU SCEE SCES-00577   1998  
Soul Edge (PlayStation the Best)
JP Namco SLPS-91168 4907892010741 11/18/99  
Soul Edge (PSOne Books)
JP Namco SLPS-91454 4907892011007 01/31/02  
Soul Blade
EU SCEE   PSOne Classics 12/21/11  

Included in Compilation

Tekken 2 / Soul Blade PlayStation


What's next in fighting? How about a game that melds 3D movement, polygon characters, razor sharp graphics, awe-inspiring moves and a one-of-a-kind combat system? Or, in short, Soul Blade - arguably the most innovative fighting game on the planet. It's the 15th century and ten warriors from around the world, each wielding their weapon of choice, are in bloody pursuit of Soul Edge - the ultimate weapon. Sure, only one will find it. But it looks like the critics already have found it. Game Players magazine voted Soul Blade "Best Game of Show" at AMMO, and NEXT Generation calls Soul Blade "the most complete fighting game to date." Obviously, a cut above.


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