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Final Fight X: Streetwise

by Capcom
Platform : Xbox
Rated: Mature
9 customer reviews
Metascore: 42 / 100
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  • Open-ended gameplay in a 3D Metro City - explore and interact with NPCs to get information, find side missions or just explore the city's neighborhoods
  • Respect system adds a new dimension to the game -- beating down bad guys, winning pit fights, finishing side missions and playing minigames gets respect, which earns new moves and weapons
  • Earn money to buy weapons, get information, and hire sidekicks
  • All-new combos and supercombos in hand-to-hand mode
  • Collect classic Final Fight weapons like pool cues, lead pipes and knives, to shotguns and automatic firearms
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Product Description

Platform: Xbox

Takes players back to Metro City for the first time since the Sega Saturn daysPuts players in the role of all-new character and brother to Cody Kyle TraversAfter spending years intimidating local gangs the Travers brothers have cleaned up their neighborhood and brought peace to the surrounding areasKyle's mission is to solve Cody's disappearance and build respect from the thugs that took himFormat: XBOX Genre: SPORTS/GAMES/FIGHTING UPC: 013388290192 Manufacturer No: 29019

Product Details

Platform: Xbox
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  • ASIN: B000BL0WFQ
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5.8 x 0.4 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 8, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,116 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Andrew on March 3, 2006
Platform for Display: Xbox
I'm an old school 2d gamer at heart... no matter how much 3D you throw at me I still love classic games 2d gaming. The original Final Fight was one of my ALL TIME favorite arcade games and console games when it got ported over to the SNES and Sega CD. Plain simple fun.

Capcom has finally made a new Final Fight for us many years after we saw the last batch of games. (FF1-FF3 on SNES, Final Fight Revenge on Saturn). This version is completly 3d and features Kyle Travers (who would be Cody's brother) trying to find out what happened to his bro after Cody goes missing at the start of the game.

The gameplay involves you walking around different parts of Metro City talking to random NPC's who usually don't have anything of interest and beating thugs up along the way. You can also complete some small "side quests" along the way to finding Cody. The fighting itself is ok, nothing spectacular or new we haven't seen before. Music mostly consists of hiphop tracks and some run of mill sound effects. The voices and mini story clips which focus in on Kyle talking are one of my favorite parts of the game, most are humorus and were done well. The graphics definetly leave alot to be desired as they look pretty low scale most of the time being that the game doesnt even support 480p.

The game will have you run into people of Final Fight lore along the way which makes for some of the better parts of the game. Most of the thugs and goons you fight in this game don't compare to the classic thugs of the original, but hey they're just there to get beatup.

All in all, the game needed more polish before it got out the door, and I woudlnt recommend it to anyone who isn't a fan of Final Fight.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Shea HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 2, 2006
Platform for Display: Xbox
Final Fight goes inner city with Final Fight X - Streetwise. The soundtrack is full of rough music, the scenes are concrete jungles with dirt and blood covered combatants.

There's a ton of swearing in this game, as well as hookers, drug dealers and just about every other miscreant type you can imagine. I enjoy the Grand Theft Auto series, so I'm not a goody-goody ... but it was a bit over the top here.

The graphics were very jumpy, with clipping problems and monotone objects. There were some nice interactivities, being able to pick up garbage cans for example. Still, the world felt very forced.

The sound is OK, although if this is going to be a story-driven game, they should have gone for better voice actors. Also, very strangely, the subtitles are usually off from what is being said. The soundtrack sounded like a cheezy version of a gangster / mobster movie.

I think in general that was the problem with most of the game. You could see where they were coming from, and it might have been a ton of fun, but it's just not quite there. Maybe they needed more time in development. The sound is OK but not great. The graphics are OK but not great. The storyline ... ditto.

I'd rent this one first, to see if you get drawn in, before you buy it.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Osirri on April 25, 2006
Platform for Display: Xbox
This game advertises all this stuff about how great it is, but it honestly isn't. I bought it to play with my boyfriend, and even he didn't like it. He is like Mikey, he likes anything.

The graphics are choppy, the story is okay until it deviates into this weird part about people with glowing eyes, and the music isn't all that great.

This is just my opinion, and I suggest you rent this game before you buy it.
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I am a fan of button-mashing beat-'em-ups and loved the original 'Final Fight' as a kid (also recently downloaded it from Xbox Arcade and had a blast). I ordered 'Streetwise' to get more of that type of action since there's not a lot of side-scrolling fighting games on the 360. I wasn't expecting a stellar game based on the reviews, and that's exactly what I got; an average game that could've been great if more time had been spent in developement.

First of all the good aspects:
- Fully compatible with the 360; I didn't notice any glitching or slowdown.
- Great attack controls and ability to do sweet combos. You have light punch (for throwing fast jabs), heavy punch, elbow, grab/ throw, use of various weapons, stomp enemies down on the ground, etc..

Now, for the bad:
- The horrible camera. In my opinion, it is the biggest problem with the game and detracts the most from more gameplay enjoyment. You can only play within the camera's view, but it doesn't follow your movement. You are able to move the camera left/ right, up/ down, zoom in/out. But once you've moved on to the next scene, the camera is once again completely out of whack. Enemies hide off-screen above and below to surpise attack you if you happen to walk off camera. The sprites are so big that when a bunch of enemies crowd the screen you often lose your bearings even if you zoom the camera all the way out. The arcade mode has no camera control.
- Bland, muddy graphics. I realize this game is nearly 5 years old, but even compared to contemporary Xbox games that are older, it looks a bit more sloppy. The colors are washed out and the background environments are unengaging.
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