Excerpt: As the fighting game floodgates burst back open with the 2009 release of Street Fighter IV , another tradition of the early 90s fighting scene continues: sequelizing the living crap out of franchises! 2010 saw Super Street Fighter IV , followed in early 2011 with the 3DS launch title Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition (which doesn’t really count, but whatever).
Pros: The same great Street Fighter IV gameplay with four new characters and a whole new strategy to learn
Cons: The balances to the gameplay are so minute that only the sharpest eye will see them
Summary: Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition offers enough new content to warrant the fifteen dollars. But even with four new characters and some exciting online modes, I still wish there was more to this expansion pack. Die-hard fans will love it, but I suspect most people are ready to move on to the next Street Fighter game! Tweet This product was submitted by the publisher for review. As a rule, Defunct Games does not review games we spent money on.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is When Street Fighter IV came out, it was a brave new direction for the franchise, both in the way the game looked as well as with combat. But it quickly won over gamers and became a brutal and fast-paced fighting game. Then Capcom upped the ante with Super Street Fighter IV which introduced more characters and refined multiplayer modes and ultra combos.
Excerpt: Super Street Fighter IV is the latest evolution in the Street Fighter series, and is the follow-up to Street Fighter IV. There is a lot of “new” to be found in Super Street Fighter IV with 10 new characters, new stages, and brand new fighting possibilities - that’s not to mention the return of 2 of Street Fighter’s fan-favorite bonus stages.
Excerpt: Date: 7/18/2011 By Kevin "Berserker" Hall Player(s): 1 - 2 Extra Features: Online Multiplayer, Leaderboards, Download Content When it comes to updates and re-releases the Street Fighter series is Capcom's number one series to add to. Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition is the third update for Street Fighter IV.
Excerpt: Let\'s play a game. I\'ll throw out a few words, and you\'ll see how many of \'em make sense. Ready? Here we go. Punch. Kick. Throw. Jump. Fireball. Get most of those? Let\'s try round two. Shoto. Footsies. FADC. QCFx2. EX. How about that list?
Summary: Prior to Street Fighter IV’s release, the fighting game genre had seen dwindling interest and sales across the boards. The best of these games gained a fanatic cult following while others ended up in the bargain bin weeks later. Something drastic needed to be done, and Street Fighter IV proposed a bold objective which was to bring back the glory days that were Street Fighter II.