Summary: Despite what the review title says and will say, I will say right now that if you loved Super Street Fighter IV, you're undoubtedly going to have a good time with Street Fighter x Tekken. The game plays identically to that of the frantic fighting action of its predecessor(s). This time, of course, you're treated to a cast of characters from fellow Namco franchise, Tekken, and they surprisingly fit into the Street Fighter gameplay style pretty well.
Summary: The product was supposed to ship next day but it was shipped on the same day I ordered it, it also came earlier than the expected date which is awesome. As for the product itself, it seemed as if it was never touched, it looked brand new and played perfectly. I would definitely buy from them again.
Summary: Capcom has supported this game from day one and since the 2013 patch, its a great experience. No more spamming jabs and the tekken characters can now compete with the SF characters. The netcode online is great as well.
Summary: Been a long time fighting game fan, and even with some of the game's balancing issues and complaints from others this is one I am enjoying and had been looking forward to. Still waiting for the next version to come out from the makers of Tekken to see what kind of spin and dynamic they might add to this genre with their version.
Summary: I did not think this game would be as horrible as it actually was when I picked it up from the $19.99 and under rack. Let me just say, I was sadly mistaken. Let me just tell you that after the flop of both Namco and Capcom with Street Fighter IV and Tekken 6 respectively, I didn't think this game needed to be created. This game just seemed as if it was a complete waste of time. The gameplay feels as if it was just really rushed.
Summary: I loved this game. I bought it, put it into my XBOX, went right into Arcade Mode, and was blown away by how many characters Capcom had thrown into the mix, including all the faded out characters... until I realized Arcade Mode, nor any OTHER mode in the game would unlock them. A little research into this matter revealed that ALL of those characters were on-disc DLC that you had to pay extra for.