Excerpt: , the whole community has been revitalized. Sure, they still drive up to big cities to do local tournaments that cover both new and old games, but now there's a secondary community, one that plays online. That community might be the strongest with
Conclusion: I'm glad Capcom released the Arcade Edition and gave buyers a choice to get it via DLC or the full retail release ($15, $40). For avid Street Fighters, this is a solid purchase, but everyone else can do just as well holding out for a price cut.
Excerpt: Summary [9.8 out of 10] A year after the initial release of Street Fighter IV Capcom offers up a new edition with 10 new fighters, new online modes, extra Ultra Combos and some tweaks and balancing.
Conclusion: But the game makes up for that simply because there are more people who simply enjoy the game for what it is. Graphics: Stunning. One of the best looking fighter ever made. Soft one the eyes while being crisp and clear.
Excerpt: Street Fighter IV has been a long time coming. But we can almost be certain of the fact that over those many years, there has been much discussion, internally in Capcom, over the direction of the new game and a poring over of all the fresh additions, or it’s pitchforks time for poor Capcom, such is...
Summary: When Capcom announced they were doing a special edition of Street Fighter IV, I wasn't surprised. As one who has played the various editions of Street Fighter II, it was natural for Capcom to go and make an updated Street Fighter IV.
Excerpt: When Capcom announced a new version of Street Fighter IV seven months after the game came out I had visions of the confusion created in me by the multitude of Street Fighter II games that seem to exist without any discernable differences (to my highly untrained eye, of course).
Excerpt: After almost two decades and an obsessive-compulsive number of make-good re-releases, Capcom has finally achieved what it was striving for with Street Fighter II with the new Super Street Fighter IV .