Disapointing entry in the series. No tutorial and online is lacking.
ERS "Bob", Amazon
27 July 2009
Summary: Virtua Fighter 4: Evolution was a greatest hits copy of Virtua Fighter 4. I cam with 2 new character that weren't in the original: Brad and Goh. VF4: EVO had the most comprehensive training mode tutorial I've ever seen in a video game EVER.
Summary: I think the game could be a little better. I feel like if you could fight to win characters it would make the game more interesting. I like the idea of winning to get new clothes but you should have to work up to get more people.
Summary: hey can you tell me when i'll received my virtua fither 5 online it's been a long time since i buy it now Virtua Fighter 5 Online (Xbox 360) and i've not received the game leave me feedback i dont have pay for nothing
Summary: I paid full price for this game which is unfortunate because I got bored of it very quickly. It's easy to get started in the game but difficult to master moves. The commentary and music is cheesy but it's fun to play now and then if you need to get out some aggression or for your video fighting fix.
Conclusion: Awesome graphics, cheesy dialogs and music, deep gameplay and move lists and hardly no videos, pretty much describes Virtua fighter. Off all the ups and downs though they messed up on online play which brings down the fun a lot.
Conclusion: This was my first VF game, and my god i was thrown in at the deep end... Button mashing really DOES NOT work, your best bet is to try the training mode and learn your own fighting style with a character that is easy to play with for you.
Conclusion: Very nice graphics and generally a good game but not for the untrained one in virtua fighter.Very hard and technical.If you are amateur in fighting avoid it.If you are a pro in VF you already have it.