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Developer

High Voltage Software

Genre

Fighting

Release Dates

07/06/10 Sega
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07/02/10 Sega

Community Stats

Owners: 7
Tracked: 1
Wishlist: 0
Now Playing: 1

Summary

DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO BECOME A LEGEND?

Become a legend in epic 3D duels against the greatest fighters of world mythology. Wield mythic weapons and unleash special animated attacks. Wield two weapons at the same time with the Wii Remote™ and Nunchuk™ Controller. Sharpen your skills in the interactive training level.

Features intuitive Wii Remote™ and Nunchuk™ Controller fight controls for fun and challenging one and two-player duels. Master 10 weapons sets, 50 magical attacks, and 10 fully-animated 3D characters. Also features unlockable new weapons and giant mythological creatures that suddenly attack during battles.

Key Features:

3D Weapon and Magic Duels for 1 to 2 players
• Master 10 weapon sets: Battle Axe, Katana, Roman Sword, Mace, Gauntlet, and more.
• Unleash 50 powerful magic attacks: a thousand arrows, a man eating lion, Thor’s Fury, venomous snakes. Additionally each weapon has its own enchantment.

Wield Two Weapons at the Same Time and More
• Wii Remote™ is the main weapon and the Nunchuk is the secondary weapon.
• And more:
• Launch weapon-specific magic attacks.
• Dodge and charge opponents.
• Throw weapons.
• Combine attacks.
• Sharpen skills in the Interactive Training Level.

Switchable Weapons and Special in-battle challenges
• Switch weapons with legends of the same class. Defeat them in battle to earn their weapon.
• Dodge mythological creatures that protect the battle lairs: Ice Dragon, Kraken, Centaur, Titan, and more.
• Beat Wii Remote™/Nunchuck™ Controller challenges to restore Health and Armor during fights.

Beautifully Animated Characters and Magic
• Fluid 3D movement of large characters fuelled by the Quantum 3 Engine.
• Striking magical attacks and progressive character damage seen throughout the battle.
• Beautifully drawn animated comics tell the mythic journeys of each legend.

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Game Banner Added to Database Leunam 25th Mar 2010
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Sales History

Total Sales
0.00m
Japan
0.04m
NA
0.02m
Europe
0.01m
Others
0.07m
Total
1 n/a 1,327 n/a 234 1,561
2 n/a 625 n/a 110 735
3 n/a 729 n/a 129 858
4 n/a 915 n/a 161 1,076
5 n/a 921 n/a 163 1,084
6 n/a 686 n/a 121 807
7 n/a 440 n/a 78 518
8 n/a 265 n/a 47 312
9 n/a 177 n/a 31 208
10 n/a 123 n/a 22 145

Opinion (7)

IamAwsome posted 26/10/2011, 10:23
Good idea, bad execution, nonexistent promotion.
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WarioTime posted 15/10/2011, 08:22
cant believe Gladiator A.D. turned into this that game was looking really good
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NeoStar9 posted 12/01/2011, 01:45
This actually could have done better if Sega had cared at all.
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Veder Juda posted 14/05/2010, 12:49
I wonder how many people will look at this game and wish Namco would release a proper Soul Caliber game on the Wii, then pass this over.
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-PaNdOrA- posted 02/04/2010, 04:04
For visuals:
Gladiator A.D. > This
For gameplay:
Gladiator A.D. < This
But that's just my opinion
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Vas-y posted 18/02/2010, 10:59
Yeah, this game will be a terrible flop. Honestly, who wants a game like this?
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