Inspector Gadget "Go Go Gadget Reviews", amazon.co.uk
3 November 2011
Summary: Despite the beautiful graphics and multiple characters to choose from (including several from Final Fight) I just can't see any REAL difference between this and the endless other 1-on-1 beat-em-ups out there, such as the similar King of Fighters (GBA) . I never really mastered all of the special moves but there weren't needed as fighting with simple punches and kicks was good enough.
Summary: Having been a large fan on the Street Fighter series for a while now, I got the game for my GBA and I must say, it's a brilliant conversion - I've played the PS1 version and this is practically identical, the game loses nothing in gameplay and the graphics and animation are much better than I expected for a handheld. There were control issues (I.E.
Summary: The good points : the graphism is excellent for that type of machine, the sound very clear and good quality, quick access to the main menu when turning on the GBA, large range of fighters selection, the option menu offers wide possibilities to play the game. The bad points : Awkward maniability sometimes(difficulty to achieve special attacks according to some fighters), the music is too basic for a GBA of this power (even worse than the old Supernes), only four buttons...
Summary: First and foremost, this is a perfect port of the original version. The gameplay is proper street fighter, and the choice of characters and combos is top notch, but the GBA lets it down. this is a good game, but trying to play it with only 4 buttons is hard. The original had 6 buttons, for 3 different kicks and punches. now you have to press two buttons at once for the missing button, which is awkward. And my other gripe is the difficulty.
Mr. Nicholas Davies "Your FILM DEITY", amazon.co.uk
8 September 2003
Summary: yes yes yes. punch, kick, maim, destroy. So insanely simple, yet so brilliant. A fantastic version of the all time great beat-em up on the GBA. Graphics are wonderful and the backdrops are amazing. There are three characterst to unlock, though I haven't actually managed to do this as of yet, and over thirty to select from the off. All of the characters have a wealth of special moves that is dazzling and can perform super special moves that truly destroy.
Summary: It has all it should have, characters, moves, visuals, sounds. It has no performance problem, I've never had a slow down. Frame rate is high through out. Graphics is as good as it can be for a port on the GBA. All digital sounds, like characters shouting their moves, are all delivered brilliantly with clarity and volume. Its pace is actually faster than the port on consoles like PS or DC because it doesn't load CD, fight after fight in a very very short time!
Summary: Wow! This game rules, after experiencing it on the PsOne I was in awe but this, this is sweet heaven on a stick! Beautiful graphics, sound, moves, combos, everything so beautiful! Capcom or should I say Crawfish (the guys and girls who developed the game) have out done themselves! Get it in if you are a Street Fighter fan and if you're not you can taste my Hado-ken!!!