SoulCalibur, the amazing battle game that impressed a whole generation of players, comes back thirteen years later after it's release from Dreamcast, with an iPhone/iPad version full of shadows and lights. On the good side, the game comes with nineteen characters, amongst which you can find Ivy, Mitsurugi, Voldo, Nightmare, Maxi, Sophitia, etec. Furthermore, the character's control, despite what you might think, is pretty good, being able to even modify the button's transparency so that they don't interrupt you at all once you get to know them. On the downside, unfortunately, there is a lack of fundamental game modes to properly enjoy the game. Meaning, you have no 'mission mode', which is where the highlight of the original game resided; nor online multiplayer, which could have given the game infinite life. On the technical aspects, however, SoulCalibur is amazing. It has wonderful graphics both for iPhone and iPad, and seeing it in action is still a pleasure, despite the more than ten years that have passed since its release in the market. SoulCalibur is a very good battle game that simply isn't priced accordingly. Without 'mission mode' and online multiplayer, it should be cheaper. Even so, if at the end of the day you decide to pay for it, you'll definitely get a diamond in the rough.