Summary: Honestly I don't know why I bought this game... I knew it was a sega title and should have figgured the legacy of 16 bit carries on to the ps3 platform. The actual fighting is what kept this game at a below average otherwise I would gave this a poor rating.
Summary: After playing VF4 on my PS2, I had to make this one of the first games I got for my PS3. Unfortunately, they only upgraded the graphics, not the gameplay. It is basically more of the same old thing, if not less. Most of the moves are the same as the last one, with little new ones.
Summary: This game is really overrated. It feels and plays like the ps2 version only with better graphic. What about innovative game play? Developers can't just change graphic and sell the same game over and over...
Summary: This is a weak attempt at a fighting game. Do not even compare this to Soul Calibur or Tekken because this game is not on the same level. Yes, the graphics are slightly better, but that does not say much about the physics or gameplay. All it is is an arcade game on a consol.
Summary: Wow, just like every other PS3 game I've played. Slightly WORSE gameplay than PS2, but great graphics. Wow, wish I could buy a Wii, but can't find any. Plenty of PS3s to be had though! Well, at least I've got a Blu-Ray player- even though, uh, I don't remember wanting one.
Summary: I only reason I bought this game was because my friend recommended it. Iv'e heard of virtual fighter but Iv'e never played it so I was really surprised when I started playing it. I didn't like how it had no story during arcade mode. The graphics for that time were good,apart from the backgrounds.
In my opinion, not very good & won't entertain for very long. Don't spend a lot on it.
8 January 2010
Excerpt: I like fighting games & have always enjoyed the 3d fighters like Tekken & Soul Calibur. I think they are great fun & do reward skill over button mashing as long as you learn the moves. However I think they do this without being at the expense of the newcomer.
Summary: I thought I'd get this game instead of Street Fighter because it was so much cheaper. However I'e got to say there's a reason for this. The game play isn't nearly as good, and it feels like you're playing a PS1 game instead of a PS3 one...