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|publisher = [[Unite Lucky Technology|X Boy]]
 
|publisher = [[Unite Lucky Technology|X Boy]]
 
|console = Sega Mega Drive
 
|console = Sega Mega Drive
|date = 1997
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|date = February 28, 1998
 
|engine = [[Mega Drive Fighting Engine]]
 
|engine = [[Mega Drive Fighting Engine]]
 
|alt = ''Final Samurai Shi Hun V''<br>''Soul Blade VS Samurai Shodown''
 
|alt = ''Final Samurai Shi Hun V''<br>''Soul Blade VS Samurai Shodown''
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}}'''''Soul Edge VS Samurai Spirits''''' is an unlicensed fighting game released on the Sega Mega Drive as a follow up to both ''Soul Calibur'' and ''Samurai Spirits II''. It which was presumably developed by the same company as they use the same exact fighting engine.
'''''Soul Edge VS Samurai Spirits''''' is an unlicensed fighting game released on the Sega Mega Drive as a follow up to both ''Soul Calibur'' and ''Samurai Spirits II''. It which was presumably developed by the same company as they use the same exact fighting engine.
 
   
 
Although a much rarer version of this exists for SNES, it has little in common with its Mega Drive counterpart and is more of port of the unlicensed ''Samurai Spirits II'' (Mega Drive) than an actual new game. The game will crash when going to options.
 
Although a much rarer version of this exists for SNES, it has little in common with its Mega Drive counterpart and is more of port of the unlicensed ''Samurai Spirits II'' (Mega Drive) than an actual new game. The game will crash when going to options.

Latest revision as of 14:20, February 19, 2020

Soul Edge VS Samurai Spirits
Soul Edge VS Samurai Spirits
Final Samurai V's title screen.
Publisher X Boy
Console Sega Mega Drive
Date February 28, 1998
Engine Mega Drive Fighting Engine
Alternate names/hacks Final Samurai Shi Hun V
Soul Blade VS Samurai Shodown
Soul Edge VS Samurai Spirits is an unlicensed fighting game released on the Sega Mega Drive as a follow up to both Soul Calibur and Samurai Spirits II. It which was presumably developed by the same company as they use the same exact fighting engine.

Although a much rarer version of this exists for SNES, it has little in common with its Mega Drive counterpart and is more of port of the unlicensed Samurai Spirits II (Mega Drive) than an actual new game. The game will crash when going to options.

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