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- All playable Street Fighter IV characters are unlocked right out of the box, and traditional "2D" Street Fighter six-button gameplay.
- Enhanced online play featuring new modes: Team Battles, Endless Battle and Replay Channel.
- More classic Street Fighter characters re-imagined for a new generation of gamers, including favorites DeeJay, T Hawk, Guy, Cody and Adon.
- Utilize the Tae Kwon Do style for the first time with the new challenger, the mysterious female fighter Juri.
- The return of the classic car and barrel bonus stages made popular in Street Fighter II. (available in both arcade and challenge modes)
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The follow-up to the critically acclaimed Street Fighter IV will further redefine the fighting game genre with classic 2D Street Fighter fighting action, a host of new and returning characters, more advanced online gameplay, enhanced ultra combo system and more. Super Street Fighter IV features the full roster of 25 characters from Street Fighter IV such as Ryu, Ken, Crimson Viper, Abel, El Fuerte, and Rufus, while adding about eight new characters to the world of Street Fighter IV. The impressive new roster includes classic combatants from previous Street Fighter games like T. Hawk, DeeJay, Guy, Cody and Adon as well as all-new characters such as the mysterious and deadly female fighter, Juri. The addition of Juri also brings another first to the Street Fighter franchise as she is the first fighter in series history to utilize the legendary Tae Kwon Do fighting style. Beyond characters, Super Street Fighter IV adds an enhanced Ultra Combo system as well as major enhancements to the online and offline gameplay modes introduced in Street Fighter IV.
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1. Plays smooth even with the REGULAR Xbox controller! Its not as bad as you would think although I think I could play a bit better with a street fighter controller. Not significantly better! only a bit.
2.35 characters!! Yes some do play similar to one another but they have been tweaked enough that you can tell they have different strengths
3. One of the things I loved the most about street fighter 2 was learning how to use certain characters and now it feels like its twice as hard! For me thats not a bad thing at all. The game has gotten more complex but it still manages to retain the street fighter feel
4. Silky smooth online play! The bad thing about online play is that everyone seems so good at first. It feels like your dropped into a tank of sharks!! lol But you have to be patient because playing people is much harder than playing against the computer. Its also more rewarding! It took me around 10 fights till I finally won my first match and I used to kick butt back in the day! lol
Only ONE! Arcade mode is a bit dissapointing. I have gotten hours of fun out of it! Except you don't really fight a "boss" till the very last fight. (In street fighter 2 you fought a total of 4!) And somehow the stories seem weaker than before. Not sure how thats possible but it is dissapointing because there are not many things to do if you do not have ONLINE play.
* Complaints (as a fan but not so big they are a con)
1. Others have stated that there is no assigned stages and yes I do miss it too. Sure it would be like 20 more!! lol But its not like if the technology was not there!
2. The music does not seem to be as memorable as it was before. But its definetely better than that Jazzy stuff they toyed with before in Alpha!
3. Blood seems almost non existent! How can part 2 have some blood and part 4 have nothing? The game looks like ANIME! At least some kind of option.
4. I wish I could have my own music playing in the background like I can do during GTA. The best you can do is lower the music volume which is better than nothing I guess.
I still gave the game the highest rating possible because I do think many people unfairly gave very low scores. Personally its a 4 out of 5 stars for me.
I was happy to see that...it's more than simple DLC, it's more than just some expansion of a game, this was a huge, huge improvement over the original. Featuring ten new characters, new costumes, new stages, balancing of characters, new Ultras, the return of bonus stages...you can tell Capcom spent their time and effort on this title. Best of all, I got the game for $35, thanks to Amazon's promo code. They got rid of the annoying and time-consuming challenge mode, with just the trials to get passed, and also upgraded the online system, implementing grades for each character you play on Ranked and such.
Seth in the end of Arcade isn't as annoying as he was in the original title (it didn't take me 60+ tries to beat him with Dhalsim this time!...and yeah, everyone else I managed 10 tries or less in the original...Dhalsim just killed me xD), Sagat was still a beast but not as impossible as before, it really shaped up well. Newcomers Juri and Hakkan were welcoming additions to the roster, both with unique playstyles. You have to wonder, though, where they will take the SF series next. Are they really going to keep things between II and III? I mean, Juri and Seth can use more fleshing out, and Ryu's got the Metsu powers now...I don't see the series hitting passed III in terms of story anytime soon. I was disappointed by the lack of new achievements/trophies, because...it's pretty much the same as the original, and the extra content for having the original was just two extra colors to the characters, 11 & 12. But eh, pleased with it overall.
The arcade version of this game is seeing Yun and Yang, an evil Ryu, and a different Akuma. Hopefully we get them as DLC. For now, though, enjoy this game, as it's the closest thing to SFII we've seen in years.