Reviews and Problems with Virtua Fighter 4 Evolution
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Fun game for retro players and collectors
4 March 2014
Summary: This is a blast from the past for those who grew up playing fighting games. If you are a collector of old or retro games, this is a must have. Be warned, there are two versions of this game, but this one is the best one. If you can find a copy cheap, then waste no time getting it.
Summary: Quest mode is reason alone to get this. Earn money, items, ranks, player lists and side-quests to get more stuff. The quests are in arcade and vs mode too. The special tournaments in quest mode are really fun and can be used in other modes when unlocked. You can even change your wallpaper for the main menu. It has a lot to keep you busy for each character. The price can't beat 20$ for a new game at the time. RECOMMENDED.
Summary: No Ha-Do-Ken. No Sub-Zero. No Candyland magic show here - just a great, realistic fighting game that has plenty of challenging modes and an engaging character development system. The Virtua Fighter series is to console fighting games what Mount and Blade is to PC RPGs - a serious fighting game that stripped out all the fantasy aspects, and delivered a realistic experience.
Summary: This is a fantastic way to get some aggression out without having to go to the doctor's afterward. Keep your criminal record clean and beat the hell out of you PS2. A great anger management tool!
Summary: This game is probably the best fighting game for the old systems (xbox and ps2). It's easily accessible to the beginner, but has so much depth that you can play it for months and still learn new things. Virtua-Fighter 5 will probably take it's place as best fighting game when it comes out on the xbox 360 (the ps3 version is not-so-good), but until then this game reigns supreme in my mind.