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- Fight your friends around the world or in the same room with the only title to utilize the full capabilities of Nintendo?s online network at launch
- Play as 35 fighters ranging from classic world warriors like Ryu, Ken, Guile and Chun Li
- Figurine Mode - the collectible meta-game allows your chosen figurines to automatically battle those of other 3DS players
- A new over-the-shoulder camera option has been added, offering an exciting new perspective of the action
- Play a game with a friend using the ever-popular Ryu, even when they don't have a cartridge
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The ultimate version of Street Fighter makes its seamless transition to the Nintendo 3DS with Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition. The console experience is now in the palm of your hand with rich new features that utilize the capabilities of the Nintendo 3DS to its fullest. Packed with 35 playable characters, bonus stages and cinematic Ultra combos, Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition expands the action by allowing you to fight your friends around the world using Wi-Fi. New to the franchise are the figurine mode, which utilizes the Street Pass feature to add a collectible meta-game, and the 3D over-the-shoulder camera option that takes fighting to new depths. For those new to the franchise, a simple mode has been added allowing players to pull off challenging moves with a single touch of the screen.
Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition is a multiplayer fighting game that utilizes the advanced capabilities of the Nintendo 3DS to place the same console gaming experience found in Super Street Fighter IV in the hands of handheld gamers. The game utilizes the 3DS wireless functionality to allow for seamless multiplayer action, as well as a crystal clear spectator mode and StreetPass functionality that automatically shares information with other 3DS owners you pass and allows for automatic battles in Figurine Mode. Other features include: 35 playable fighters, two control schemes, an optional over-the-shoulder fighting perspective in 3D Mode and single card multiplayer functionality.
The Console Experience in the Palm of Your Hand
The ultimate version of Street Fighter makes its seamless transition to the Nintendo 3DS with Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition. The console experience is now in the palm of your hand with rich new features that utilize the capabilities of the Nintendo 3DS to its fullest. Packed with 35 playable characters, bonus stages and cinematic Ultra combos, Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition expands the action by allowing you to fight your friends around the world using Wi-Fi.
New to the franchise is the Figurine Mode, which utilizes the Street Pass feature to add a collectible meta-game, and the 3D over-the-shoulder camera option that takes fighting to new depths. And for those new to the franchise, a simple mode has been added allowing players to pull off challenging moves with a single touch of the screen.
Nintendo 3DS is a groundbreaking hardware release that brings 3D gaming to the handheld market for the first time. The fourth major release in the DS product line, the Nintendo 3DS utilizes 3D Slider functionality and an improved top LCD display to present a glasses-free 3D effect in compatible games, while giving players the option to moderate the effect as they see fit. Taken together with additional features including full analog control in 3D game environments, motion and gyro sensors that transfer the movements of the handheld into the game, 3D camera functionality, an adjustable stylus and full backwards compatibility and you have not only a must-have system, but a revolution in handheld gaming.
Key Game Features
- Online / Local Wi-Fi Multiplayer – Fight your friends around the world or in the same room with the only title to utilize the full capabilities of Nintendo’s online network at launch.
- 35 Playable Characters – Play as a huge array of fighters ranging from classic world warriors like Ryu, Ken, Guile and Chun Li to the newly added Hakan and Juri.
- Figurine Mode – The collectible meta-game features figurines of iconic characters in a brand-new addition to the Street Fighter franchise. When passing by another Nintendo 3DS owner, your chosen figurines will automatically battle via StreetPass. Next time you play the game you can view the results and collect your loot.
- 3D Mode – A new over-the-shoulder camera option has been added, offering an exciting new perspective of the action.
- Game Sharing – Play a game with a friend using the ever-popular Ryu, even when they don't have a cartridge.
- Be A Spectator – With the Spectator Mode, use your own Nintendo 3DS to watch your friends battle it out live.
- Lite/Pro Control Modes – By utilizing a customizable touch screen interface, two new optional control schemes have been added to allow new players to pull off challenging moves with ease (Lite) and veterans to better access button combinations such as throws and three punches (Pro).
Online and local Wi-Fi.
Auto battles via StreetPass.
Game sharing & spectator mode.
2 control modes to choose from.
*Use Parental Controls to restrict 3D mode for children 6 and under.
Top Customer Reviews
It gets so frustrating so quickly that all of the fun is absolutely drained immediately. I have forced myself to play this multiple times and have left it after only a couple of matches every single time. On top of the frustrating game play the graphics are incredibly poor in comparison to other 3DS games. Looks like I'll be taking it to Vintage Stock or Game Stop to cash in on what I know will be a meager trade-in value, but at least I could put that toward a game I will enjoy.
Yes, I am an experienced gamer. Yes, I know how to use my 3DS. Yes, I know how to play Street Fighter. No, this game is not any fun at all. So let down. :'(
Super Street Fighter IV lets you choose from a variety of game modes: arcade, versus, 3D versus, internet match, training, figurine collection and challenge. In all of the modes, you choose from one of 35 characters each with his/her own moves. Arcade mode is the main story where you learn about each character's background, Versus and 3D versus (over the shoulder view) lets you play against another player via local wireless. Internet Match is where you go online and play against others online from around the world. Training is just that; pick a character and go through his/her own training levels where you learn how to perform all of their moves. Figurine Collection is rather unique; you get to earn player points and use them to buy figurines of every character on various levels. Not only can you collect 500 of them but you can assemble teams of 5 and send them out via the StreetPass feature to other gamers to fight against their teams. You earn points and bragging rights for each battle won like this. Finally, challenge mode lets you take each character through the bonus stages featured in the game to set high scores which are saved for future reference. The game also lets you tweak game settings via the options mode and to look at your player data to see achievements earned and how much you've played.
As far as controls go, Capcom has set up Lite and Pro Controls. Lite Controls basically use the touch screen to display buttons that automatically pull off your character's traditional and special moves while you use the buttons on the 3DS to perform punches, kicks and throw/grabs. This is for those who generally do not play fighting games. Pro Controls use the touch screen to display other specific moves and are geared for the gamer who already plays fighting games and are comfortable performing traditional and special moves manually. SSFIV uses the "3D" filter for subtle 3D backgrounds and effects so it's up to you if you want to use it.
The PROS: This port comes really, really close to how it looks and plays on the PS3 and Xbox 360 and it's a great achievement. It has all of the features from the HD consoles plus extra content just for the 3DS. Capcom set it up for just about anyone to jump in and see why so many gamers love to play it. You can customize the difficulty, controls and duration of matches, decide to play against another person standing next to you (regardless of whether the other person has a copy of the game or not.) There are achievements to unlock and playing through the various modes will keep you busy. If you're looking to play against others online, you won't have a problem as there are lots of people still playing SSFIV to this date. Plus, the figurines you can collect and assemble teams to challenge other players is an addicting feature; you can even trade figurines you have with others if you don't feel like buying them yourselves. Really, there is a lot of stuff to do in this game.
The CONS: There is one flaw that kind of hampers the game a bit. You can use the circle pad or the tradition "cross" pad to control your character but be warned: pulling off moves with the circle pad is a little harder because you need to be more precise as opposed to using the "cross" pad. Also, your hands will cramp up after extended play sessions because of where the circle and "cross" pads are located. You will need to take breaks to let your hands rest.
Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition is a game you don't expect to make an appearance on the 3DS but Capcom brought it out and showed that you can enjoy quality console titles on the go as long as you do it the right way. Even if you're not a hardcore fighting game player, you can still enjoy parts of the game and even learn how to play. I'm not into fighting games as much but I still enjoy these kinds of games and decided to buy it. I recommend this game to anyone who doesn't have it yet. Don't hesitate; give this one a shot.
1. Cool graphics
2. Special moves can be done with one button
3. Allows for over the shoulder view and the traditional 2D view (left to right as in SF2)
4. Tons of fighters to pick from
5. You can configure the button layout for each fighter (High punch is X button for Ryu, but High punch is Y button for Ken, etc)
1. I kind of prefer to play SF2. I am hoping this will pass.