Excerpt: Not even a year ago Capcom released the long-awaited king of fighters Street Fighter IV. This beat’em up went back to its beloved roots and managed to have a couple of additional tricks up its sleeve as well.
Excerpt: Fighting games hold appeal for a very wide variety of gamers – there is just something visceral and very primal about competing to bash the other’s brains out; while something in all of us also yearns to be powerful, an unstoppable force of perfection.
Pros: Great graphics, 39 unlocked characters, New moves
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!
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.
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.
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...
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.