Reviews and Problems with SUPER STREET FIGHTER IV - 3D EDITION
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It's one of Capcom's longest-running franchises this side of Megaman - why haven't you already bought it?
8 February 2015
Summary: Using the touch screen for combos seemed like a good call for casual players. I played it through on all the characters in short order and my only downside comment would be that it was too short. 3D was cool for a while, but in the end, it became a little distracting. I was hoping that there would be some global internet play and it appear that this is not possible - alas, I shall have to troll for other players at local venues like some kind of creepy old man...
Reminds me a lot of SF2, there are lots of fighters to pick from, special moves are easy
21 January 2015
Summary: Reminds me a lot of SF2. The original characters seem to have all their original moves as in Street Fighter 2. PROS: 1. Cool graphics 2. Special moves can be done with one button 3. Allows for over the shoulder view and the traditional 2D view (left to right as in SF2) 4. Tons of fighters to pick from 5. You can configure the button layout for each fighter (High punch is X button for Ryu, but High punch is Y button for Ken, etc) CONS: 1. I kind of prefer to play SF2.
Summary: This game is only "meh" worthy. As much as I love Street Fighter on other platforms I was really disappointed with the version for 3DS. The controls are incredibly difficult to use. Even when you press the correct sequence of buttons to perform a move your character will simply throw a kick or a punch at the opponent (often missing even if you are in their face and they don't block).
Summary: SSF43D is an awsome game. I wanted a game that was more brutal and exciting than your typical Mario Brothers, and this one met my expectations. The price was not bad at all either, 1/2 the price that you would pay at a game store or any other retailer. Some say that SSF4 is not suitable for the 3DS but I think it just makes it more challenging and exiciting.
Summary: I've been a fan of the Street Fighter games since I was a kid and I still am in my 20's. I couldn't imagine my life without it and having such a great fighting game in general on a handheld console is a feat of modern technology. This game has a large roster of characters. It's not the complete roster, but who cares? Everything is incredibly detailed and still blows me away how a portable console can handle it.