Reviews and Problems with Street Fighter: Anniversary Collection
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Don't buy if you can't play with friends
Brian Lee "Trader", Amazon
7 May 2009
Summary: Street Fighter is a series that I once avoided, but have recently opened up to. It's a game that rewards perfection, both mentally and physically. The players who play it are either new or hardcore. If you have patience, it will reward you. The graphics were top-notch in the time it was released. The music is a catchy urban rap. The voices of the characters are still the same iconic voices you've remembered since SF2.
Summary: Street Fighter Anniversary Edition is good to play. To good part is playing Street Fighter 2: The Anniversary Edition and having Street Fighter 2: The Animated Movie on here. But here's the bad part...Street Fighter 3: 3rd Strike. This games is wack and Gil is too damn hard and boring. The only thing good about that game is Gil's theme. If you get this, just get it for Street Fighter 2: Anniversay Edition and Street Fighter 2: The Animated Movie.
Summary: I agree with the reviewer below who complained about the cheap@#$ A.I. in this game. On SFII mode, I had to set the difficulty to "easiest" to have a chance at beating the computer who does the same cheap moves like throwing hadoken fireballs or yoga fire over and over again faster than a human possibly can. The characters like T.Hawk who don't have fireballs or the equivalent just launch themselves at you repeatedly and steadily drain your strength.
NOT the same game as the SNES version. Dissapointing to Vets
C. Johnson, Amazon
9 April 2005
Summary: Maybe it's my fault for expecting the exact same game from the good ole SNES days. The previous reviewer is correct, I came in taking this game lightly and we shell shocked when the game did not play as I had expected and remembered. However, I did not get this game to learn a brand new fighting game, I got it solely for the reason for the times when I just want to kick some a** after having a bad day.
Summary: Well, if you thought that the poor scoreboard of Capcom vs. SNK 2 almost killed all the fun of the online play, don't buy this one, because it's exactly the same. Well, for all of you that don't know what the problem is, i'll tell you. If you win a match, but the other player disconnects just after, your sometimes hard earned victory will not be counted. I just played it on Xbox Live, and i lost the first match.