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Saint John Neumann: Wonder-worker of Philadelphia : recent miracles, 1961-1991
Saint John Neumann: Wonder-worker of Philadelphia : recent miracles, 1961-1991 by Timothy E Byerley 0963482505 9780963482501
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Saint John Neumann: Wonder-worker of Philadelphia : recent miracles, 1961-1991 by Timothy E Byerley

The unholy sword was sealed by the destined one, but a mysterious individual revives the azure knight, Nightmare. The legendary battle of Soul Calibur and Soul Edge moves to the next phase. Which sword will ultimately prevail? What is the motivation of the three new souls who join the fray? And how will the player become involved in the world of SOULCALIBUR? Gamers play as one of their favorite classic characters, following how their fate unfolds in the Tales of Souls mode. Players can battle it out against their friends in the Vs. Standard mode. Create their own original character to play in the Character Creation mode. Rise in the ranks in the World Competition mode... Play it any way they want. Plus more stages than ever where players can fight in such places as a castle in Germany, a shrine in Greece or even the top of a clock tower. Get ready for the latest installment of the most dramatic weapon-based fighting franchise on the PlayStation2.

Author: Timothy E Byerley

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 120

Publisher: National Shrine of St. John Neumann

Publication Date: 1992-01-01

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ISBN: 0963482505


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