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Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition -Xbox 360

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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: Xbox 360

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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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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 Xbox 360 videogame and entertainment system from Microsoft 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.

Yun hammering Chun-li with a kick in the air in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition
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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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Yang putting the moves on Ryu in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition
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Yang landing a kick on Ryu in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition
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Evil Ryu finishing Akuma with a combo in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition
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Product Information

Platform:Xbox 360
ASIN B003O6CACS
Release date June 28, 2011
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4.4 out of 5 stars 92 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #6,246 in videogames
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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 0.6 x 5.3 inches
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Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Capcom was notorious in the 90's for releasing small updates to their fighting games in rather rapid succession. There would be some balance changes, a few more characters, and arcade managers would get charged full-price for software and hardware updates. The same is true for Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition (referred to as SSF4AE). While dead pretty much elsewhere in the world, arcades have thrived in Japan, and Capcom saw money to be made by first only producing arcade cabinets of SSF4AE and then offering it as DLC and later as a limited-run disc. But this isn't about their business practices. This review is on the game itself.

1. Is SSF4AE worth buying?
If you are competitive at all, yes, you almost have to buy this game. If you don't frequent sites like shoryuken or play in tournaments, then you probably aren't going to appreciate some of the smaller nuances of SSF4AE. The game features a complete re-balance of old characters, with four new characters, which doesn't seem like much when you take into account SSF4 had 35. Again, if you aren't into competitive street fighter, skip arcade edition, unless Yun, Yang, Evil Ryu, or Oni appeal to you that much. With a price-tag of $40, it doesn't make much sense to pick this up unless you are a tournament organizer or don't have internet access where you play. As mentioned in another review, SSF4 can be bought online for ~$15 and the DLC costs about another $15. Tournament organizers will want this because quite frankly making sure every set-up has the proper DLC on the ready is a hassle. Having the disc is more convenient as well if you ever want to play the game on someone else's system without having to log in to your account and download it onto their machine.

2. What about the new characters?
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A lot of people are bashing this game because it is merely an upgrade from SSF4 with 4 new characters. While I feel for those that already had SSF4 and want this game, the fact remains that SSF4 AE is a great game on its own. If you are coming into this game cold turkey as I did, you will not be disappointed. If you already have SSF4, you will have to decide if $20 is worth it to bring you up to the newest version.

The addition of Yun and Yang have made it a very unbalanced game when it came out. However, in the most recent patch (circa 2012), they have nerfed these characters to make it more fair. Time will tell if people like the rebalancing.

Online play is fun, but brutal for the beginner. For instance, I can beat the game on HARDEST, but I still lose most of my games online.
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Street Fighter IV is my favorite series of the past several years. I really like the games and have sunk hundreds of hours into them.

What is Arcade Edition? Well, SF4 first came out in arcades in late 2008. However, arcades are really only relevant in Japan, so Capcom quickly ported the game to PS3 and Xbox 360. Along the way, they added several characters (Cammy, Fei Long, Sakura, Gen, Rose, and Dan). Capcom then released, a year later, a nicely upgraded version of the game, Super Street Fighter IV, which contained balance changes, an expanded roster (Juri, T. Hawk, Dee-Jay, et. al.), new backgrounds, and so forth. This didn't come out to arcades, which meant that console players had a game that was vastly superior to arcade players. Capcom released SSF4 in arcades in a version which added Oni (Akuma in pure demon form), Evil Ryu (Ryu afflicted with the same demon stuff as regular Akuma), and two twins from SF3, Yun and Yang. Now we are getting this version at home, which marks the first and only time the home and arcade versions of SF4 are the same.

So how is the update? First of all, this is kind of a mediocre add-on. You get the extra four characters and the balance changes, but little else. No new online modes (or even the return of my favorite from SF4, Championship Mode), no new backgrounds, mini-games, etc. You don't even get Trials for the four new characters, which is a major bummer in my opinion. The only noticeable thing is an "Elite" channel which sets the replay channel to only show high ranking matches. It's a nice addition, to be honest.

But let's talk about the characters. First of all, Yun is a monster, just like in SF3. This guy is ridiculous. His combos are simple and do crazy damage. He's very flexible and very powerful.
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After some time with SSF 4 AE, I have to say I enjoy it. It's got a good, deep fighting system, nice visuals, and plays like a charm online. The only problems I have with it are the number of brutal competitors online. They can be a little overly aggressive, which might dissuade a lot of people from playing the game. That's not really a criticism of the game so much as a criticism against fighting game players. Take it easy on the newbs, guys. If people don't play because of your overly aggressive competitiveness, there are going to be a dearth of new fighting games in the future. Maybe the online needs to be more strictly divided by rankings or something.
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I gave up my old Nintendo console in favor of a desktop computer many years ago. To the re-sale shop or friends went all of my old SNES games. I began playing mostly RPG or RTS titles on the PC. I had loads of fun with those games, but there were still times I just wanted to play a straight-up PvP fighting game like my old Street Fighter games. Fast forward 15 years and, having purchased an Xbox 360 for my son for Christmas, I made sure to also pick up one of my favorite fighting titles, ever - the latest, greatest version of Street Fighter. While the graphics have been upgraded significantly, all the fun I remember is still there from years ago. With so many new and unfamiliar characters to play with and familiarize myself with, it was almost like playing a whole new game. Best of all, my 10-year-old son has really enjoyed playing it with me. Aside from one particular character's costume (Cammy), the game is very kids friendly and I have no qualms about him playing it and having fun right alongside of me. After so many years gone by not playing this game, this was really fun to be back at it again. This game didn't disappoint in the least, and I look forward to a new year full of street-fighting goodness! Sweet!
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