Atta boy tom. lol. Go for a ps2.

As for the soul calibur manuals, they aren't particularly useful to us... controlls and that can be found in a guide on any gaming site. Issues with that is that the guides use a particular legend, and it's quite confusing for the get go. Controlls are below, for anyone curious.


Square = horrizontal slash
Triangle = vertical slash
circle = kick
x = guard, down x = low guard
r2 = soul charge
r1 = kick
l1 = guard as well
l2 = suqare and triangle buttons together

I might've mixed up square and triangle. lol. Pity there aren't a lot of weapon-based fighting games for the ps2. At least, not in north america. In Japan there are just tons of them. lol. But few of the mget released here. All the samurai showdown games for the ps2, kengo 2, bleach: blade battlers, 7 blades... those are all japan-only titles. Dang them companies. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Tom Randall" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "blindgamers" <gamers@audyssey.org>
Sent: Friday, October 10, 2008 2:57 PM
Subject: [Audyssey] More gaming news.


Hi all.

Well I had finally saved up enough nickels and went and picked up a
playstation 2 at E B Games the other day.  I decided to get the slim one
because it is significantly smaller than the other so easier to take
with you if you want to game somewhere other than home.  I was a little
short on cash so I do not have a memory card for it yet and could only
afford one game so I chose Soul Calibur II which is made by Namco the
same outfit that puts out the tekken series.  This one is a lot of fun
and it was dirt cheap so I would highly recommend it to anyone who has
or is planning to get a ps2.  When my cash situation is a little better
I intend to get a memory card so I can save and resume games as well as
of course pick up some more titles, the e b games store near me has a
pretty good selection of both new and used ps2 titles.

By the way, the copy of Soul Calibur II that I bought did not come with
a manual, do any of you guys know if the manual is useful to us at all?
If so and if anybody has a copy they have scanned please send it my way.
The ps2 did not come with a manual either, fortunately those are
available on the Sony ps2 support site.  Just as a minor point of
interest, the guy at E B Games that was helping me out did not seem
particularly surprised that I was buying the ps2, either that or he hid
it real well, so I wonder if more of us are starting to buy these
systems than we think.  I suppose he could have figured I was buying the
thing for somebody else but I was pretty obvious about the fact that I
was looking for specific games that I could play.

Game On.

Tom

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