Summary: Difficult learning curve, but a great game. You really need to get an arcade joystick to have the most fun with this game, but be prepaped to get use to your self smacking your damn joystick over and over again. thats what she said.
Great controller but comes with square restrictor plate which sucks, buy the octagonal one replace it.
1 November 2013
Summary: Great controller but make sure you get the octagonal restrictor plate aswell otherwise your going to have a hard time with characters like ryu and ken. The default is the square restrictor plate which is good for crappy games like pac-man. but for street fighter you NEED the octagonal.
Great Game but they ruined the awesome Street Fighter classic music
5 September 2013
Summary: As far as the fighting mechanics go, this is the best game in the series since the original Super Street Fighter 2. The only issue I have, is that Capcom caved to their marketing team and moved to a more pop-trendy soundtrack. As opposed to just refining their original masterpiece Street Fighter soundtrack; which even in it's 16-bit glory is instantly recognizable by any fighting game fan to this day. There seems to be a trend with doing that recently.
Summary: If you're a fan of the Street Fighter franchise you will love this game. Same great characters and tight controls, with updated beautifully animated graphics. The online aspect also works surprisingly well.
Summary: I love street fighter..but this game frustrates the hell out of me when playing against the computer at times, even if you carry the difficulty down to the easiest...it will still give you problems.
Summary: Definitely not as nice or heavy duty as the TE version, but this stick holds up well. Its a great starter stick if you are not sure if you want to switch over from pad, or it will do just fine if you can not afford the more expensive TE models. Also a nice cheap stick to buy if you want to experiment with modding.
Summary: If you're feeling nostalgia and want to relive the good ol' mid 90's arcade days, get a copy of SFIV:AE and fire out those hadukens. SFIV was huge call back to old SFII players, and if you were gone from the franchise for a long time, you could easily pick up this game and still do decent. Of course there are new features in the gameplay that will make you an even better player (ie. focus attack, ex moves, supers, ultras). Anyways, overall the game play is solid.