OK out of the box, great when out rip out all the parts and put in new ones
7 March 2014
Summary: I only recommend the standard edition stick if it is A) your B stick you force upon others, B) You get this cheap used and remove the joystick and buttons and replace them with Sanwa parts. Very easy to swap out the stick and buttons, just some screws on the bottom and everything is very easily accessible. I like the form factor, a slight slope where your palm rests, much lighter than a Tourney Edition.
Summary: The game itself is great.... but there's no manual and no moves booklet. The bluray cover is poorly printed so.... What's going on CAPCOM? More money for less? Previous versions had instruction booklets, cards, etc.
Summary: its funny i bought this a couple years ago before everybody wanted a fightstick and got it for $15 now people are trying to sell them for 80-100 dollars...defenatley not worth that price its pretty cheaply made but if you know how to mod its pretty mod friendly and believe me your gonna want to mod which is y its not worth the price people are trying to sell them for.
Summary: This street fighter game captured memories of past SF games, but I don't think it is something you can play over and over. Comparing it to Soul Calibur 2, this game does not have enough modes of play for people who play by themself. The online mode was nice, but its difficult if you are not a good player. The game moves haven't changed much in 20 years. Some of the super power moves are confusing.
Summary: I purchased this game because it's basically one of the few video games my girlfriend will play with me, probably because she kicks my butt every time. I've never been good at these games, because I can never consistently pull off a move. But that's just me, of course, as millions of others have no problems with this. I purchased this recently so the price has gone down quite a bit. I kind of wish I had Injustice, as those characters and that license interests me more.
Summary: If you are going to get a FightStick to play with, get the real Hori stick that uses Japanese parts. The FightSticks that cost around $150 bucks are higher quality sticks and better to play with.
Summary: It's okay. Lots of characters, lots of replay value. They say it's more balance. But I find Ryu is still one of the most powerful characters to use. And there is only 4 new characters in this edition, which is not bad, but might be a disappointment for those who paid an additional $18.00 to upgrade from Super Street Fighter IV.