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Thread: Soul Calibur IV Install Size Confirmed at 2.85GB and 2MB Save

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    Soul Calibur IV Install Size Confirmed at 2.85GB and 2MB Save

    We now have confirmation available which debunks previous reports of a near-7GB install for Soul Calibur IV.

    Courtesy of bi0sparkz from GameTrailers (linked above), the magazine scan below now confirms that the Soul Calibur IV install size is 2.85GB and a 2MB save on PS3.

    While those with larger PS3 hard disk drives remain unconcerned, it is definitely comforting news for Soul Calibur IV fans who still own smaller PS3 HDDs.

    [imglink=|Soul Calibur IV Install Size Confirmed at 2.85GB and 2MB Save][/imglink]

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    Nanobr3ker Guest
    I'm sorry but where does it say "2.85GB" ?

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    ka713 Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by Nanobr3ker View Post
    I'm sorry but where does it say "2.85GB" ?
    If you look at the screenshot in the link, the small white box above all the pictures says 2,850MB for HDD install size.

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    doggydawg Guest
    that is actually pretty decent considering most games are around 5gb ...

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    ka713 Guest
    Does anyone know the difference between installing and not installing? I know that its stated you get faster load times, but is it worth it? I've ordered it and have it comming and my ps3 is only 40gig so I just want to know how costly it is to instal whereas I can save the space for other games.

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    omegmatic Guest
    well, i would say that a good idea would be to erase the data for games you don't play anymore or have already beaten, and won't be playing for a while. I've tried a couple of games without the download data [splinter cell to be exact] and although it wasn't infuriatingly slow, it was the sort of thing where after a while, you'd rather just spend the extra time and download it from the start. Although on the other hand i didn't really notice much difference in Ninja Gaiden Sigma [where the download is an option in the start menu, not the frackin' beginning of the game].

    So to summarize, it depends, but you should really just consider dumping stuff you'll never need again.

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    ka713 Guest
    Ok, I have the asia version of the game now and I have tried it both without and with the install. The installed version cuts a good amount of time off waiting during the VS screen showing the characters that will be fighting. I highly recommended people install as its well worth it. I can also say that the game will also upscale to 1080p despite having read somewhere (can't remember) saying that its only 720p and below.

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    parkerparker Guest
    yeah thats true, i did the install and its worth it too!

    I think this new gen of consoles are wicked to have hdd, it allows for so much more content and faster loads it kicks a$$

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    Skv0ra Guest
    Not surprised. I don't know why some games weigh 15Gs, but given that most appear on 360 as well and are identical, their raw size should be somewhat similar and under 7.5GB.

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    bloodymolecule Guest
    But wait.. what about the people with a X-360 Arcade?

    Those cant get faster loading times?

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