I stress very hard MAKE SURE THIS IS THE AMERICAN ...
Jim Carter, Amazon
4 September 2014
Summary: I stress very hard MAKE SURE THIS IS THE AMERICAN VERSION. THERES A REAL SHITTY COMPANY THAT SELLS JAPANESE GAMES TO PEOPLE WITH AMERICAN SYSTEMS. NO WHERE IN PRODUCT INFO DOES IT MENTION IT WONT PLAY ON AMERICAN SYSTEM. THEY REFUSETO TAKE THE GAME BACK AS WELL. I voiced concern to amazon.
Summary: We got three systems in our house; Wii, Xbox 360, and PS2. Wii is mainly for the wife and kid, and the Xbox 360 and PS2 for me. This is one of the few games that has gotten me to play the Wii a bit more often than before.
Summary: I've been following Capcom's fighting series since Marvel Super Heroes and this title places itself as another excellent piece in the series. There is a large variety of fighting styles available from the characters present in the game, but overall, it's a big drop in number of characters when...
Summary: The animation is excellent, doesn't even look like the regular Wii low flowed games. Great combos, nice specials. The characters bring some nostalgy and excitement to the game. It has different options for you to play with another player or alone.
Summary: very good game I do recommend you do training before you put the arcade version I would have gave it 5 stars but there's one problem not enough characters there's only 20 characters in the game Mr vs Capcom 3 ultimate version there's 60 characters in the game
Summary: Although this isn't the best fighting game in the world, there are lots of characters here and it is a lot of fun. It works with the Wiimote but I got some arcade-style pads for it and it's more fun to play that way.
Were pretty lucky that this came to the US. Its good though.
Steven Antione Mcintyre, Amazon
20 February 2010
Summary: I got the game on the release date and I must say it has plenty of characters and most of them will be unfamiliar to us westerners who didnt watch 70s and 80s anime. The bulk of the capcom characters that are included are usually not used in fighters and that was neat.
Summary: When I was in college Street Fight II gobbled up more quarters than I want to admit given my tight budget and at the time it was the cutting edge of fighting games. Heck, I can even remember seeing the first Street Fighter game in the arcades back when it was relatively new.