Summary: I have been playing Virtua Fight since the first game and I say this the best in the series,it does take time to master it but it is worth it, all the acheivements are all offline so you can spend time in training.my only issue with it is the online, if you want to switch characters,you or the other person has to back out change characters then have the person invite you back to play.So if you don't mind that then grab the game
You better practice,practice,practice,and practice lol
Xbox gamers = REAL GAMERS unlike the sonymite..., Amazon
23 January 2012
Summary: Man this game is so much better on 360, I only recommend the 360 version. Man I thought Dead or Alive 4 was hard online,I played at least 20 matches and didnt win one because I just jumped into the game like a Noob.It is the deepest fighter I have ever seen,the 1 guy I kept rematching really strung together so many varied combos as did I after fighting him so much.
Summary: I bought a new copy of Virtua Fighter 3. I don't believe that I wold pay more than $30 absolute maximum for this game. I got a hold of it for $20, and will never regret that. For the price I paid, I love it. I decided to buy it because I had played the precious versions of this game and wanted to see the continuation of the franchise.
Summary: Amazing graphics, wonderful cast of characters, fun game play that gets addicting, and more of an arcade based game instead of story based. Fun game that can be entertaining for an hour or so. It's a fun game to play now and then when bored, always good to have as the something to kill time type game.
Summary: I bought the game on an impulse purchase actually, my uncle from London was over and he would either only play Wii Sports with me, because in my FPS games I'd destroy him. He mentioned he liked fighting games and I ordered this and DOA 4. Well, DOA 4 worked out, but looks like VF5 O is only for me and my friends.
Pros: Very advanced fighting game. Virtua Fighter was the first series to go 3D. It is incredibly complex; I can tell because it's not Dead or Alive/Tekken where you can pick it up and start doing several different special moves or combos off the bat. It takes training, dedication, and patience. Just taking a peek at the moves list for each character will amaze you of the dedication AM2 puts into making its fighters. It's online, and Revision C, whilst the PS3 is not and Re...
Cons: Because of its learning curve, it isn't fun to play with complete (pardon the word) noobs. They come in expecting Hadoukens and Shoryukens and leave with a bad taste in their mouth because all they could do was mash buttons to try to win. :/ A game for the truly valiant.
Summary: Lots of options and customization features are what you'll find in this excellent translation of arcade to home port. You'll enjoy the Arcade mode and also like the various features that allow you to customize each fighter's clothing and also the statistical tracking of fights with each fighter. If you are a fan of the VF series, you'll enjoy this game. However, an arcade stick is highly recommend in order to get full control of your fighter.