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Street Fighter IV - Playstation 3

by Capcom
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Platform: PlayStation 3
Edition: Standard
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  • 3D environments and characters. Traditional 2D Street Fighter six-button gameplay. Amazing locations never seen before in a Street Fighter game.
  • Classic Street Fighter characters re-imagined for a new generation of gamers, including the original cast of Street Fighter II.
  • New brawlers: female super-spy Crimson Viper, lucha libre wrestler El Fuerte, mixed martial artist Abel and more!
  • New special moves that go beyond any Street Fighter fan¿s wildest imagination, including Focus Attacks, Super Combos, and the revenge-fueled Ultra Combo system.
  • New gameplay elements provide challenges for both newcomers as well as the most seasoned Street Fighter pro.

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Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Standard
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0012N5MIO
  • Product Dimensions: 5.7 x 6.7 x 0.6 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: February 17, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (212 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,183 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Standard

Product Description

Street Fighter IV brings the legendary fighting series back to its roots by taking the beloved fighting moves and techniques of the original Street Fighter II, and infusing them with Capcom¿s latest advancements in next generation technology to create a truly extraordinary experience that will re-introduce the world to the time-honored art of virtual martial arts. Everything that made the legendary Street Fighter II a hit in the arcades, living rooms and dormitories across the globe has been brought back in Street Fighter IV. Players will be able to play their favorite classic characters, such as Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li and Guile, along with new characters, including Crimson Viper, Abel, El Fuerte, and Rufus. Characters and environments are rendered in stylized 3D, while the game is played in the classic Street Fighter 2D perspective with additional 3D camera flourishes. Six-button controls for the game return, with a host of new special moves and features integrated into the gameplay system. Street Fighter IV brings a brand new fighting game to fans the world over.

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Street Fighter IV brings the legendary fighting series back to its roots by taking the beloved fighting moves and techniques of the original Street Fighter II, and infusing them with Capcom's latest advancements in next generation technology. The result is a truly extraordinary experience destined to reintroduce players, both familiar with the Street Fighter series and those coming to the game for the first time, to the time-honored art of virtual martial arts.

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E. Honda and Dhalsim battling in 'Street Fighter IV'
The old rivalries continue.
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Gouken showing Ryu that he is still the master in 'Street Fighter IV'
Plenty of bosses to battle.
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Rose finishing off Ryu in 'Street Fighter IV'
New faces to reckon with.
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Camera angle change during Ultra Combo by Ryu in 'Street Fighter IV'
New Ultra Combo angles.
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What Was Old is New Again
Knowing a good thing when they see it, Capcom has gone to great lengths to ensure that everything that made the legendary Street Fighter II a hit in the arcades, living rooms and dormitories across the globe all those years ago has been brought back in Street Fighter IV, and this naturally starts with the characters. Fans of the franchise, as well as the fighting genre in general, will be happy to know that whether you prefer to stick with the superior abilities of top tier characters or explore the ins and outs of mid to lower level combatants, when it comes time to pick your fighter there is a wide array of choices. Also, not only will players be able to play as and against their favorite classic characters, such as Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li, Guile, Zangief, Blanka, Sagat, etc., they will also be able to take on new characters. Just a few of these include:

Abel from 'Street Fighter IV' Abel
This young French amnesiac comes from a mixed martial arts and mercenary background and is dedicated to chasing down the remnants of Shadaloo.
Crimson Viper from 'Street Fighter IV' Crimson Viper
This tough and beautiful agent assumes a businesslike demeanor, ignoring all emotion and obligation to her fellow man. She wears a high-tech suit filled with deadly gadgetry..
El Fuerte from 'Street Fighter IV' El Fuerte
This fighter divides his time between perfecting his Lucha Libre skills and his cooking abilities, yet surprisingly his indomitable spirit is a match for even the legendary Red Cyclone.
Rufus from 'Street Fighter IV' Rufus
This portly fighter has declared himself America's greatest fighter and uses his own brand of Kung Fu in his decidedly one-sided rivalry with Ken for top dog in the States.

In addition, characters and environments are rendered in stylized 3D, while the game is played in the classic Street Fighter 2D perspective with additional 3D camera flourishes. Six-button controls for the game return, with a host of new special moves and features integrated into the gameplay system. Street Fighter IV brings a brand new fighting game to fans the world over.

Key Game Features:

  • 3D environments and characters.
  • Traditional "2D" Street Fighter six-button gameplay.
  • Classic Street Fighter characters re-imagined for a new generation of gamers, including the original cast of Street Fighter II.
  • New brawlers: female super-spy Crimson Viper, lucha libre wrestler El Fuerte, mixed martial artist Abel and more.
  • New special moves that go beyond any Street Fighter fan's wildest imagination, including Focus Attacks, Super Combos, and the revenge-fueled Ultra Combo system.
  • Amazing locations never seen before in a Street Fighter game.
  • New gameplay elements provide challenges for both newcomers as well as the most seasoned Street Fighter pro.
New Combat Features: Focus Attacks and Ultra Combos
Although Street Fighter IV is designed to draw heavily from past game features in its franchise history, it does offer some stunning new gameplay options. The first of these are Focus Attacks. These moves allow players to absorb the energy from an attack and quickly counter with their own. Used properly, Focus Attacks allow for tremendous flexibility during combat and are the end result of efforts by the game's development team to evolve combat away from the rigid memorization of set combination patterns, giving players the freedom to be creative against opponents. The other new combat feature are new powered up moves called Ultra Combos. Like standard combos their purpose is to unleash maximum damage on an opponent, but unlike the combos of old, when performed correctly these long strings of punches, kicks and moves result in changes to the in-game camera angle and quick cinematics which illustrate the strength of your skills like never before. Taken together, these two new features herald Street Fighter IV as the new king of the fighter genre and a force to be reckoned with for years to come.


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124 of 152 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars 3.5 stars - Good, but DEFINITELY NOT for casual players February 20, 2009
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Edition:Standard
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
If you are intermediate or elite players and love SF II and good at it, then go for it. You can skip my review.

BUT if you are casual players, like me, and you didn't plan on training hard, please read my review and think carefully before buying this game.

Pros:
- Graphics and animations are top-notch.
- If you like SF II, this one goes back to the old formula and add some new tweaks into the battle system.

Cons:
- If you were forced to stick with only a few characters like Ryu or Ken back in your SF II days, that situation is coming back. Ryu, Ken, Sakura are easy enough to master all the moves. Others are useable (means casual players would be able to do some moves, but not all). But for many of them, most of the special moves are impossible for casual players to pull off effectively in the heat of the battle (ie. Vega). And the Ultimate move of some characters (ie. Akuma, Chun Li) are nightmares.

- If you couldn't use the special moves well enough, then casual players might end up with just a few useable character from 25 of them (or half of them, with some practices and a sore left thumb). And you wouldn't stand a chance even against Medium opponents on Arcade mode with the characters you can't use well. Let alone going online to be a sand-bag for those elite players. And $[...] for a game that you could only having fun with less than half of the character rosters, it's the money not very well spent.

- Controls can be too sensitive for casual players to do even some basic moves. For example, a split-second longer can turn command 'UP' into 'UP UP'. When you hold left and then quickly press right, if your left thumb is not precisely hit the RIGHT directional pad, you'd end up with 'DOWN+RIGHT' or 'UP+RIGHT' instead of 'RIGHT'.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Warning: SUPER Street Fighter IV is coming soon!!! October 2, 2009
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Edition:Standard
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This game is a ton of fun. However, should you want to play with the extra characters in the upcoming, revamped Super Street Fighter IV, you might want to think about holding off on your purchase for a while. Super will NOT be a DLC add-on but a new disc-based version, so you'll have to re-buy the game to get Super. Further, Super will probably launch at below the standard $59.99. Food for thought....Fight!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Street Fighter re-awakening February 22, 2009
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Edition:Standard
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This is an excellent and well designed and balanced game. I'm a huge fan of Street Fighter II and of the Alpha games. And Street Fighter IV seems to be a perfect melding of what I like about the two. The original, fleshed out and iconic characters of SF2 have melded with simple, but deep gameplay that is filled with variety.

There are plenty of features in the game as well. Versus mode gives you the choice to play versus a local player, the computer or to watch. Training mode is a handy way to brush up on your skill outside of the intense combat of arcade and versus mode. And challenge mode gives you something to shoot for as far as goals & trophies are concerned.

To be honest, the only problems I had with this game are some slightly annoying load times before a match, and the desire for a few more bells & whistles. Things like a more fleshed out story mode and a memorable final boss (not counting Gouken, Ryu & Ken's master) would have been much better. And I love anime, but the animated cut scenes are horrible and it would have looked much better if they did that stuff in engine, like they did with the cutscenes during the rival battle and before you fight the final boss.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Spectacular February 25, 2009
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Edition:Standard
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Of all the defining video games that I grew up playing, the one that bears the most relevance to me is Street Fighter II. It's what introduced me to fighting games, as well as many others, and still defines what 2-D fighting is today. All these years later, Capcom unleashes Street Fighter IV, which combines all the old school elements you know and love with a glossy, next-gen look and feel; and the end result is one of the absolute best fighting games on the market right now. Very accessible yet deep and complex, Street Fighter IV brings back all twelve warriors from Street Fighter II, and throws in six new ones as well, including a powerful end boss. The first thing you'll notice when powering up the game is that there is some seriously stylish animation and absolutely gorgeous, flowing graphics. In fact, for a 2-D game, the overall presentation is a pure work of art in itself that looks and plays better than most current 3-D fighters. The single-player mode is fun, but the real meat and potatoes of Street Fighter IV lie in the online multiplayer modes, even if it is occasionally laggy. There's also unlockable fan favorite fighters like Akuma, Sakura, Cammy, and even Dan; all of which combines to offer a ton of replay value. All in all, Street Fighter IV is a pure blast that you will enjoy for a good, long time; and is right now the best current fighting game on the market, and it wholeheartedly deserves your attention whether you're a longtime fan of the long running series or a newcomer.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars You get what you give. February 21, 2009
By Emie
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Edition:Standard
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Street Fighter fanatics and fighting game aficionados should already own this game.

The only real question is whether you, the casual gamer, should also give this game a try.

What kind of casual fan are you?

Are you the kind who spent hours playing Street Fighter 2 in arcades, on SNES, or Sega Genesis 15+ years ago? If so, feel free to pick up right where you left off, throwing hadoukens, sonic booms, and spinning bird kicks just like you used to. All your favorite World Warriors are present and accounted for, and their classic moves have been reborn in an intriguing new 3D art style. At 60 fps, the game is truly a sight to be seen. Online Youtube videos simply don't do this thing justice.

But, what about casual gamers who've never played a Street Fighter game in their lives? Will this game be worth your time and money? That depends entirely on you...

Because with Street Fighter (and any fighting game, really) you get what you give. Initially, the game may seem difficult or foreign...but with time you improve and start to understand the nuances of the game. Eventually, what you once considered difficult will become second nature. And, by playing against friends both locally and online, you will have plenty of opportunities to hone your craft (and have fun in the process).

In this regard, replay value is nearly infinite. Because, even after you beat arcade/story mode, watch all the fully animated cut scenes, unlock all 9 hidden characters, complete challenge mode, and earn every achievement, you STILL have the main attraction to look forward to...versus mode. And, as long as there are willing warriors on the horizon, there will always be stuff to do...

...that is, if you're willing to put a little time into it.
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