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Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition - Playstation 3

by Capcom
Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Teen
161 customer reviews
Metascore: 80 / 100
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  • New Playable Characters: Four new challengers enter the ring: Yun, Yang, Oni and Evil Ryu.
  • Updated Character Balancing: Features all new character balancing, further refining gameplay.
  • Updated Replay Channel: Replay Follower, My Channel Advanced, and Elite Channel
  • All playable SSFIV characters will be unlocked out of the box, including Yun & Yang, Oni, and Evil Ryu.
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Platform: PlayStation 3

Product Description

Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition, brings the ultimate vision of Street Fighter home to the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, the PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system, and PC in the Summer of 2011 in North America. The follow-up to the critically acclaimed Super Street Fighter IV will further redefine the fighting game genre with classic 2D Street Fighter fighting action, a host of new and returning characters, beefed up online modes, and more. Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition features a roster of 39 characters such as Ryu, Chun-li, Juri, El Fuerte, and Rufus, while adding 4 new characters to the roster including classic combatants from previous Street Fighter games like Yun and Yang as well as the all-new Oni. Beyond characters, Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition adds all-new balancing as well as an enhanced Replay Channel.

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Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition is a multiplayer fighting game featuring unique 3D backgrounds with fighters battling on a 2D plane in the foreground. A follow-up to the earlier Super Street Fight IV before it, Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition contains all the action of its predecessor with the inclusion of: new playable characters like Yun, Yang, Oni and Evil Ryu; updated character balancing; an updated replay channel; and immediate access to all characters.

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The Redefinition of the Fighting Genre Continued

Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition brings the ultimate vision of Street Fighter home to the PlayStation 3 videogame and entertainment system from Sony in North America. The follow-up to the critically acclaimed Super Street Fighter IV, Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition further redefines the fighting game genre with classic 2D Street Fighter fighting action, a host of new and returning characters, beefed up online modes, and more.

Yung putting the moves on Ryu in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition
The ultimate Super Street Fighter IV experience comes to PlayStation 3.
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Fighter Roster and Replay Feature

Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition features a roster of 39 characters such as Ryu, Chun-li, Juri, El Fuerte, and Rufus, while adding four new characters to the roster including classic combatants from previous Street Fighter games like Yun and Yang as well as the all-new Oni. Beyond characters, Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition adds all-new balancing as well as an enhanced Replay Channel.

Key Game Features

  • New Playable Characters - Four new challengers enter the ring: Yun, Yang, Oni and Evil Ryu
  • Updated Character Balancing - Features all new character balancing, further refining gameplay
  • Updated Replay Channel
    • Replay Follower - Be able to follow up to five separate player replays making it easier to find your favorite players' latest replay
    • My Channel Advanced - Allows players to distribute their replay data to up to 50 players
    • Elite Channel - Watch replay data from elite players who have a rating of 3000PP or more
  • Immediate Access to Characters - All playable SSFIV characters will be unlocked out of the box, including the twin brothers Yun and Yang, Oni, and Evil Ryu

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A fired up Evil Ryu ready to battle in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition
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Yun putting the smackdown on Chun-li in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition
An updated Replay Channel.
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Yang landing a kick on Ryu in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition
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Oni finishing Evil Ryu in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition
Immediate access to all fighters.
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Product Details

Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B002I0J5NI
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 5.5 x 0.6 inches ; 5.3 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 28, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (161 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,256 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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31 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Armando N. Roman VINE VOICE on July 3, 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
[Update: July 30th, 2011- it's just been announced that a balance patch is coming out later this year. I put the link in the customer discussions section toward the bottom of this page. Provided that changes go in the right direction with all characters, not just Yun and Yang, I'll gladly come back and change my score for this game.]

[Update: July 14th, 2013- I know I promised that I'd edit my review to match the changes made when they happened, and didn't do it. I'm sorry for that, but this game is getting updates out the wahzoo. And right now I just found out that this version of SF4 is getting replaced in early 2014 with Ultra Street Fighter IV. It was announced at EVO, earning a lot of groans from practical people. So...you can get this version now and get in some good practice...then go and buy another version in a couple of months, just like most of us did. :p]

Here we are again- version number 3 of Street Fighter 4. Granted, we all saw this coming, and by this point, the only people interested in the game are either going to be the hardcore players or people new to the game. If you follow the likes of Mike Ross, Justin Wong, Mago and Momochi, you probably already have this game and have been reading about the chances made from Super months ago. For those not in the loop, Super Street Fighter 4 brings a couple of new features to the original SSF4 game:

-Yun, Yang, Oni and Evil Ryu are playable characters (and yet there are 2 more open slots on the character select screen!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Patrick Bastien on March 30, 2013
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
Controls: 4/5
Presentation: 4/5

Simply put, if you are a beginner to the Street Fighter series as I am, and you don't have the time to practice the moves, this game is not for you and I would pass in this game. If you have issues with your fingers, such as joint pains and inflammation, and certain it is you will have pain in your fingers when playing this game, THIS GAME IS NOT FOR YOU.

This game has 4 phases to master.

Phase 1: You need to master the moves. Every character has roughly 13 moves - normal moves, special moves, supers, and ultras. These are fairly easy to master, but some characters such as Balrog move list are hard to pull off. The good thing is most characters moves are grouped together. For example, if you mastered Ryu's move set, then you can do Ken, Guy, Fei Long, Dan, Sakura, Gouken, and Sagat. If you can master Balrog, then you can pull off Vegas' and Bisons' moves also.

Phase 2: You need to instinctively pull off Supers and Ultras in the heat of battle. So far I suck big time. The supers and ultras are hard to pull off especially when you are an inch away from the defeat and you are in the heat of battle. You definitely need an arcade stick (fightstick) for better input. Albeit, I've seen people play pretty well on the normal PS3 controller. Just shows how much I suck.

Phase 3: The combos. The arcade edition has a trial mode - each characters have 24 trials in total, where you practice each characters special moves, super, and ultras, with 10-14 trials out of 24 designed for combo execution. And my friend they are not easy. And did I mention I suck. Check out the username vesper arcade from youtube. This loser mastered all trials for all characters.
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14 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Carlos Martinez on August 17, 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
Super Street Fighter IV AE is nothing more than Super street fighter 4 (which is already a great game!) with the 4 new characters, some updated online stuff and some 'balancing' at 34 bucks for it.

Its unreasonable to sell it as a different game. For some of us who already own SSFIV there is of course the 15 dollar upgrade but this game feels more like a 5-9 dollar upgrade to me. Ohh btw this does not come with the new characters costume pack or anything like that, you will still need to purchase that apart.

In conclusion it's a great game but again it's not justifiable to sell it as a different one.
Unless let's say that we never had a super street fighter 4. Let's say that we had something like a super street fighter 4 demo or something like that, in that case this would've been a great release of super street fighter 4, with the option to unlock the new characters.

It's definitively not good to have both SSF4 and SSF4AE selling at the same time (it creates confusion).
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12 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Engel on December 27, 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
SSIV Arcade was supposed to be two things above all else: (and chances are you bought it for one or both of these reasons)

1. A massive balance patch to address the ludicrously overpowered characters and give a boost to the useless ones.
2. Four extra characters--kind of a step down from Super's eight additions.

This game fails on both levels so hard, it actually does worse than if it had done nothing at all.

The balance patch is meaningless. It's as if they simply made changes for the sake of making changes, without actually giving thought into what they were changing. It's bad enough they're charging for the balance patch (a horrendous ripoff, balance patches aren't supposed to cost money, even BlazBlue released the CSII patch for CS right alongside its release so both versions would be equal in balance), and it's worse that those changes are often worse for the game. Characters that dominated not only still dominate, but some are even buffed. Others that were useless are now sometimes even worse than before. It makes you wonder where the hell they got the idea this was a good idea. Take one look at the online scene, look at who plays who, and that should be enough evidence. I wonder if Capcom even bothered to make any effort here.

The four extra characters are a total ripoff. Two are Ryu clones, plain and simple, with almost identical movesets. One is even Evil Ryu. The other two are so maniacally overpowered that your jaw will hit the floor once you go up against one of them as your main, only to get obliterated by enormous hitboxes, insane speed, and damage potential that dwarfs all other players. They're inexcusable.
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