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Soul Calibur iOS update adds multiplayer, subtracts a few dollars


Soul Calibur on iOS is a strange beast -- when it first launched in January, its full price was $15, which is $5 more than the XBLA version, and it didn't offer multiplayer support. Namco Bandai has resolved one of these issues with update 1.1, which adds Bluetooth multiplayer support for "VS Battle" mode.

Soul Calibur is on sale for the update, dropped the price of three whole standard apps to $12. Namco warns multiplayer won't work with iPod Touch 4, but it should be compatible with newer iPhones and iPads.

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