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Soul Calibur 6 - Amy Battle Director Comment

Amy is our latest character addition to the Soul Calibur 6 roster and as per usual, we now have some brief comments on how she fights from the game's Battle Director Oosaka (@oosaka_twt). Described as an extremely fast and up-close fighter, Amy has new moves where she tosses a rose at the opponent and ramp up some of her attacks to unleash a strong finisher. We'll have to wait and see how that translate to the gameplay when Amy eventually comes out but check out the comments in the meanwhile.

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▌SoulCalibur VI - Amy
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Brought back from SoulCalibur IV, Amy returns as a Rapier wielder having learnt the art of fencing under Raphael. As a fighter, she has a natural talent for 'reading' the enemies movements during the battle.

While she has short range and her attack power is on the low side, she can perform many extremely fast techniques to match the opponent's brute strength in an up-close battle.

While maintaining many of her moves from the previous SOULCALIBURs, SoulCalibur VI adds new actions where she throws roses at the opponent. Even if you have played Amy in the previous games, there are new things to try out this time around. Her unique component in SoulCalibur VI is that she has certain abilities in her movelist that raise an "Abandonment Level" (見切りレベル). Over the course of a match, you can gradually build this up to later unleash a very powerful attack.

As a character, Amy is recommended for players that prefer a more strategic approach to their gameplan that lays their 'cards' out early and then over time, build-ups and wins with a 'strong card' finish to secure the victory.


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