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Street Fighter 2010: The Final Fight

by Capcom
Nintendo NES
Kids to Adults
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)

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  • ASIN: B00004SVV2
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 4 x 10 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,356 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Not a Fighting Game, But a good game nonetheless April 22, 2004
The Word Street Fighter has been identified as, by any gamer's standards, a Fighting Game. This installment of street fighter, however, is nothing of the sort. As a matter of fact, it's a platformer!
Street Fighter 2010 puts you in the role of a man named Ken (no, he is not the one from the series, oddly) who seeks the the killer of his friend (Who also happens to NOT be M. Bison). As you might have guessed from the title, it is supposed to take place in the future.The game features an upgradable weapon system and an insane difficulty. However,it just seems like Capcom slapped a popular name on an otherwise fairly run-of-the-mill platformer. So, if you are a fighting game fan through and through, don't feel too bad if you pass on this game. However, if you want to test your mettle at old-school platformers, you may want to pick this one up.
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Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
When I first bought Street Fighter 2010 years ago, it was the first time any game was an absolute shock to my system. I literally could not get past the first level. I got past it once, which I attest almost entirely to luck, then made it as far as the third level, which is where I proceeded to become stuck once again. I took the game out of my NES and shoved it aside, thinking of it as being the worst game I'd ever played. Now, years later, I decided to try it again...and I beat it! No, not just the third level, the whole entire game! It was certainly one of the most difficult and challenging tasks I've ever accomplished. Although this game bears the Street Fighter name, it is absolutely nothing like any other Street Fighter games that you are probably familiar with.

Many people say this game's graphics aren't up to par with Capcom's other NES efforts, and I agree with that, but then again, it seems like Capcom was going for an entirely different look with this one. It is a much more dark, serious, and apocalyptic look than what we are used to seeing from Capcom. It's not supposed to be bright and cheery like Mega Man or their Disney games. The first level starts off looking one part Strider, one part Castlevania, and one part Ninja Gaiden. Set in post-apocalyptic Earth, you'll see details in the background like neon signs with what appears to be nude women (!?), a sunset similar to Castlevania 3's, pinball and arcade machines, and some stuff that's difficult to tell what exactly it is. Moving onto later planets, you'll find yourself in areas with huge plants, shifting sand dunes, underwater levels, and eventually a high-tech space station. The backgrounds are usually very dark and gritty-looking.
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4.0 out of 5 stars It may not be Street Fighter, but it's still great February 13, 2012
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Before Street Fighter II helped to define the competitive fighting genre of video games with its many versions, there was this game that carried the Street Fighter name. If you're expecting any of the competitive combat and trademark moves that you'd expect from the franchise, you will be disappointed. However, what we get in return is a creative, surrealistic platformer that I can honestly say is like none other.

The only connection I can see with this game to the Street Fighter franchise is that the protagonist's name is Ken. That's it, even the US release of Ninja Gaiden tied in closer to Street Fighter (protagonist is Ryu and his father is Ken). Let's pretend this has a different title that pops up in your head and forget that this has any connection to Street Fighter whatsoever and move on from there.

Anyways, you play throughout 5 planets to track down the antagonist. The controls are fairly simple for a platformer game, featuring A to jump and B to shoot projectile beams at enemies. It does have a MegaMan vibe to it (then again, Capcom developed this game), but it still holds it own by having Ken climb on the walls, which is necessary for a good amount of the levels in this game. When it comes to attacking, it works well but it's absolutely worth it to collect the power ups in this game. Whether they'd come from destroyed enemies or rock-like objects scattered around, they'll make everything easier. Despite this, the shooting is still a bit unorthodox. Jumping and shooting is limited, so it's best to attack while either on the ground or clinging onto a wall. What may confuse people the most, however, is shooting diagonally up, which is done by pressing down on the D-Pad and B.
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5.0 out of 5 stars An Unknown NES Classic July 24, 2012
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This is one of the most fun games in the NES library. It is challenging enough to make the game last longer than it really is, although it is much longer than most games without a save feature.

The controls take a little time to get used to. There is a backflip jump that can be really useful if you figure out how to do it. Half the time I cannot do it, not because of bad control but unique controls. In order to do the jump, you must first jump and them press the opposite direction that you are facing. If you press the direction before the jump, then it won't work.

The game is very unique. I have never seen any game that plays the way this does. Some levels are only a boss fight in a miniature level. Let me explain. Let's say you have a platforming level where you have to move throughout the stage to reach the end. Now imagine that but only about 6 screens long with only a boss to fight, excluding the flying enemies that never end.

Other levels actually do extend like normal platformers. There are also scrolling levels where you must move quickly or be squashed by the screen. Then, there is a level that scrolls back and forth while having a ceiling going up and down. It is crazy fun and I have never seen anything like it.

The power-ups in this game are not a necessity but they sure do help a lot. The character, Ken, can only fire a short ranged attack, almost like a punch. Every 2 power-ups extends your attack to reach further and is very useful in the boss battles, but as soon as you die, you start off with your short ranged attack again.

The game is not as hard as most hardcore games in the NES such as Contra, TMNT, Ghosts N' Goblins, etc. but it is still difficult.
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