Shaman King: Soul Fight (シャーマンキング ソウルファイト, Shāman Kingu: Souru Faito) is a fighting game developed by Tuning Electronic and published by Bandai and released in 2003 on Nintendo GameCube in Japan.
About[edit | edit source]
There are 26 characters and 5 game modes to choose from: Story Mode, Shaman Fight Mode, Tutorial Mode, Shaman King Mode, and Omake Mode. Soul Fight is one of the only console games developed by Tuning Electronic, a company that has developed a small amount of low-budget arcade games.
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
The game features colorful cel-shaded graphics and strategy/fighting style gameplay. During a battle, either a rock, paper, or scissors based attack can be chosen to fight with, and the final outcome in the attack sequence is determined based on the type of attacks chosen. During the fights, energy crystals will be saved up for each successful attack. These activate cinematic special attacks unique to the character, depending on the number of crystals gained. Full voice acting is also featured during Story Mode, directly from the Japanese version anime. Story Mode is played out as Asakura Yoh through the anime's story line. Shaman Fight Mode is a free-play fight option, Shaman King Mode is a survival mode option where you choose three characters out of eight to fight through 4 random battles, and level them up for play in one of the Shaman Fight modes. The 4th battle is always Asakura Hao in this mode.
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