Updated remix massively expands popular fighting franchise.
Common Sense Media
16 August 2014
Summary: Parents need to know that, as fighting games go, there are much more violent and gory ones to be concerned about than Ultra Street Fighter IV ( like Mortal Kombat) . But bear in mind that it is still a fighting game, and while there's no blood or gore, combat between male and female players is the...
Excerpt: Does Ultra Street Fighter IV feel new enough to revitalize a five year old game? The value of this update will depend on your frame of reference, but while it’s almost impossible to approach the fourth revision in five years without a healthy amount of cynicism, this fighter’s strengths are as...
Summary: I remember when Capcom first announced Street Fighter IV. Back in 2007, the company released that first teaser trailer featuring Ken and Ryu fighting in that stylized, sketchy style and I remember wondering if they could pull it off.
Excerpt: Those who have heard of Red Faction: Guerrilla already will immediately think of destruction. Claims have always been made that everything could be destroyed in the game’s environment but we tend to think “see first, believe later”.
Conclusion: I have tried to find the difference between the commercial and the free versions of Killing Floor . Apart from the commercial game being tied to Steam, I can’t find any difference at all. So the question is, what does the game have to offer to its punters? It beats me.
Conclusion: Red Faction: Guerrilla is the complete package – bombastic action, oodles of variety, heavy firepower, destruction on an immense scale and an open sandbox world that places no restrictions on where you can go or how you approach your objectives.
Summary: Seeing red again The Street Fighter series is one that will always invariably undergo several revisions, all in the name of uncovering the perfect fighter. Ultra Street Fighter IV , the latest iteration of 2009's massively popular Street Fighter IV , is an exemplary specimen of what cherry-picking...