Summary: I really don't rate games. Everybody has their own idea of what a game should have or need per their specifications. I would like to say that this is the most amazing looking game I played. I never saw graphics that work so well with a game of this level. As a fighting game you don't get to stand around, your on your toes and this game keeps the graphics smooth and top notch.
A Deep Fighting Game Recommended to Serious Fighting Game Fanatics
15 February 2014
Summary: Personally, I am a huge fan of fighting games. I enjoyed various franchises such as Tekken, Soul Calibur, King of Fighters, and many others. However, I was itching for another 3D fighting game and I stumbled upon this game for a low price. For first impressions, I was very impressed to find a fighting game with a very realistic take on martial arts. Without being very flashy, this is an amazing game for serious fans of fighters.
Summary: One of the great fight games IMO: without the blood and gore. I love the drunkin master. the combonation and diffrent sences make the game fun. The music gets a little triasome if played for an extend period of time, but ok. Once you master a player moves, it fun if you find someone that give a good game, but since this came is from 2007-2008, there isn't many player on-line, so it come down to playing friends and family face to face.
Summary: Virtua Fighter is my all-time favorite fighting game series after Street Fighter, and Virtua Fighter 5 Online is pretty much the virtua apex. You've got a deep fighting system that lets you customize your character with items you win via Quest Mode. I love said mode; it allows you to roam a virtual city and take on challengers of varying difficulty. Defeat them and you can increase your rank. Will you make it to 1st Dan?
This is one of the best purchase I&amp;apos;v ever made.
23 May 2011
Summary: If you like beating people up then SEGA's Virtua Fighter 5 is the game for you. Developed by the black belts at AM2 (Fighting Vipers, Fighters Megamix), VF5 is a true gameplay showcase that deserves more mainstream attention than it will probably ever get. Nevertheless, proper timing can make a big difference in a title's success, and with the PS3 devoid of compelling software since last December, Virtua Fighter's chance of grabbing North American players is better now...