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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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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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I subtracted 1 star is because of online. Not a lot of time if you just find ppl with good bars for networks, but sometime you get D/C or some punks will run away on you because they losing and don't want to lose their points. So community wise on this game is So and so cause I have met some great respectful players and some obnoxious ones as well, but that goes for all games. But playing online is definitely fun and if you usually play offline expect to get whooped A LOT when you play online. But get whooped enough you will get better!
That said, Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition is really the arcade version of Super Street Fighter IV (from which I can tell from YT videos was a great update to the original game) with 4 new playable fighters- Evil Ryu, Oni (another version of Akuma) & the Lee Brothers from SF III. I will say this: if like this reviewer you haven't play ANY of the SF IV releases, you'll in for a surprise. This is a game with lots to learn, from doing the throw moves, to learning the new techniques the SF IV games have. Once you do, you'll find this to be a fun game, esp. if you play with a friend-local or online. The only issue I have? I'm a bit disappointed with the lack of a print manual (you have to download it online). As a newcomer to the SF IV games, I waited to learn about the functions of the game without having to go online to search for it.
That said, with the recent drop in the price of Ultra Street Fighter IV (which I didn't buy mainly because of I found the new fighters to be uninteresting), I'll leave it up to you if you want to buy this or the recent version of Street Fighter IV.
SFIV was huge call back to old SFII players, and if you were gone from the franchise for a long time, you could easily pick up this game and still do decent. Of course there are new features in the gameplay that will make you an even better player (ie. focus attack, ex moves, supers, ultras). Anyways, overall the game play is solid. Some characters have been balanced out since the first release of SFIV, (I'm looking at you Zangief). My biggest gripe with this game is the PSN Latency while playing with other people online. The online game play was so horrible that I rage quitted playing this game online all together. A haduken should not fire 3 seconds after the motion has been completed. Anyways, don't pick up this copy thinking it'll be cool to have fluid gameplay against people across the net, but the game itself is good, fun, and well made. Novices and experts alike can enjoy this game and is worth a look from returning SF veterans to... well these people probably have a copy already.