Excerpt: Pros: good visuals,quick fights(for those who don't like long drawn out battles, lots of characters,good voice acting, excellent ending anime style cut scenes. cool attacks. Cons: Character proportions of most of the females are ridiculous(large man hands,tiny waists, huge thighs) controls aren't always responsive, attacks of some characters are impossible to pull off, many of the ultra attacks are difficult to use, easiest difficulty is still quite hard to beat.
Pros: Challenging, Good Audio, Graphics, Multiplayer
Summary: I have gotten one Ryu wireless controller back wwhen it first came out and it just konked out about 3 or 4 years later after intense use. This was my fourth Zangief controller and it broke, too. Could it be because with Zangief I use a lot of 360 motions? (I switch controllers when I switch guys.) I don't know, but it seems like the Zangief controllers might be a little shoddy.
Summary: Well, the only good things I found about this "upgrade" are: 1. 4 New Characters included. 2. You can switch to regular SSF4 anytime. 3. Improved online channels. Now the bad: 1. Out of the 4 new characters, 2 are shotokans type, more of the same. 2. No new stages, I really think Capcom should have probably include some new nice looking statges in this upgrade for instance. 3.
Summary: First off I bought this and never got it. So I went to GameXchange and bought two, one for the PS3 (Ken) and one for the 360 (Ryu) so I could play at home or at a friend's when I come over. I then bought a joystick that I am now accustomed to. When I bought the pads I liked them better then the traditional PS3 and 360 pads. The lessened the pain of using the d-pad, but didn't eliminate it all together. The buttons are positioned nicely.
Summary: I had such fond memories of Streetfighter back on the SNES - good times as Guile taking them all on with that inverted kick. So what could be better than the latest Streetfighter on the all-singing , all-dancing PS3? Well, Tekken 6, as it turns out. I was immediately disappointed with SSF4 - it felt very unsophisticated compared to even Tekken 2 on the original Playstation. Before the cries of "it's a stylistic difference!
Conclusion: I was always a bit skeptical about Street Fighter IV. I played it at a convention back in 2008, and thought it was ok. I picked up a copy when I was in America back in February, spent around 90 hours fighting vs people online and with friends thinking that that I'd only scraped the surface. I haven't touched the game for around 3-4 weeks now.
Conclusion: Brought this a while ago and finally got around to playing it recently. I'm afraid I am not quite sold on this new street fighter though. Thing is I have had every street fighter game at one time or another and still play Alpha 3 and 3rd strike (which was by far the best of the series) on a regular basis years after buying them - will it be the same for this one?
Conclusion: this game was a big let down after all the talk and i have to say the game and the fighting doesnt have the flow of tekken and the special moves aren`t as good or as flowing as mortal kombat my advice dont get it