Namco has brought their popular fighting game SoulCalibur to iOS devices today. The game is available as a universal iOS app in the Apple App Store as of this morning. It currently sells for $11.99 thanks to a 20% off release sale (making the regular price $14.99). There is no word on when the price will go back up.
SoulCalibur was originally released in 1998 as an arcade game. It was ported to the Sega Dreamcast the following year, and has since spawned six sequels, including the planned SoulCalibur V, which is due to release later this year. The iOS version is getting pretty good reviews in the App Store, though some are complaining about the lack of multiplayer. If you feel like ponying up twelve bucks for it, check it out and let us know what you think in the comments (iTunes link).