Summary: Got out Street Fighter Alpha 3 for Dreamcast recently and I was still really impressed with all the different modes to choose from and the intense fighting speed. Ended up buying Super Street Fighter 4 for PS3 and dang is it lame. It feels like the developers put absolutley no effort into this one.
Summary: This stick is alright for someone who wants to have fun and are playing games that don't require a lot of precision moves. Up to the point I've only played on the d-pad. I decided to switch to a joystick because I've heard a lot of positive thoughts on it.
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.
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.
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.
Summary: After having owned this stick for a little under a month the 3Kicks and Heavy Kick button have completely stopped working. This is not because I inflict violence upon the buttons in any way, I consider myself a casual user and definitely not a button masher.
Summary: After about an hour of play, I realized that the middle punch button wasn't responding well. After another hour, it stopped working completely and I just sent it back. I've seen that feedback posted around the net, so it sounds like it's a common problem.
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.