Summary: By now you've definitely heard about VF4 being one of the best, if not the best fighting game around. Now I own it, and I am one of the biggest fighting game fanatics you will ever meet, and VF4 has more hype than gameplay. The fighting engine is much to shallow; punch, kick, and block. DOA had the same style buttons, but they incorporated it in a good way, but VF4 does not do it justice. The fighting feels empty, and the moves aren't all they're cracked up to be.
Summary: the effort put into the design and creation of this game was obviously very strong, which is why it's so dissappointing to note the myriad of problems you encounter once you get very far at all in the game. the individual characters are very impressive with highly developed controls that mimic the weapons-based Soul Calibur in the player's ability to add upon simple moves for better and better combos.
Summary: IT sucks! dont buy it. Its actually kind of fun at first but after a few fights your just gonna flip the swith and say to yourself "God this game sucks". Two player mode can be fun and graphics are really nice, but moves are real hard to do. I dont reccomend this game fighting game players.
Summary: There is no differnce from this game from the other fighting game's, like tekken or other games. This game flawed a little bit. It could have been better, the good thing about this game is the graphics and gamplay. It's a fun game, but just another fighting game. Only differnce is that it came from the ps2, which is good. So far this is the best fighting game in the ps2. Virtua Fighter 4 is a good game.
Summary: awesome pace, varied characters and stunning graphics are all good but the problem I had with it was that there were not enough modes. After arcade mode that left me feeling kind of empty because I did not get an ending to the intruiging stories of the characters all I had was Kume mode which I felt was a little funner than arcade but not enough to make me keep playing.
Summary: After reading in several magazines and websites the Virtua Fighter 4 was the best fighting game in recent years i had to check it out. I went out to my local Gamestop, no questions asked, graped my copy and went home as quick as posiable. Soon i was playing what was suppose to be some legend of a fighting game with enthraling gameplay. Not that i have a short atention span(I really dont), but this game gets boring after the first hour.
Summary: Well i recently rented virtua fighter 4 and i was very dissapointed in it. I know a game like that could never live up to the hype but the only thing it manage to beat is my time. It has no story to it at all not that fighting games are suppose to but they usually have a base to it better than the one made in this game. There is no create a player not many charaters, So baicly its content is thin to say at least. this is a definate rental type game .
NOT for the Inexperienced Lacking Time and Dedication!!!
James M. Stafford III, Amazon
25 March 2002
Summary: Virtua Fighter 4 is absolutely awesome. The graphics are beautifully stunning, the locales varied and interactive (down to the footprints and snowflakes in reaction to the characters), the music mind-boggling, and the fighting second-to-none :-) However, VF4 has a fairly steep learning curve for inexperienced players.
Summary: First off, let me say that I am an avid Tekken Tag player. It is probably my fav game of all time and I have spent much time mastering it. With that said: on to VF4. Everything about this game is is pretty good. The graphics are good (although I think they could be a little better) and the sound is good as well. The real winner here is the many technical moves and combos you can pull off with the characters.