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Virtua Fighter 5 Online - Xbox 360

4.3 out of 5 stars 40 customer reviews
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  • Two New Characters, El Blaze and Eileen, round out the cast of 17 dynamic fighters. El Blaze is a Mexican wrestling champion that uses the Lucha Libre fighting style, and Eileen, originally from China, uses Kou Ken (Monkey Kung Fu style) which she learned
  • Stunning highly-detailed 3D fi ghting environments inspired by locations around the world allow players to challenge their opponents in unique types of arenas.
  • New offensive move lets players move around their opponent from the side and back allowing players to be more strategic with their battle.
  • Customize characters with the enhanced attachment system and customization engine giving players more fl exibility than ever before when creating their characters.
  • Next-Gen presentation includes HD resolution (widescreen) and Dolby® Digital 5.1CH sound.

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Platform: Xbox 360

Virtua Fighter returns with the next release in the series. Virtua Fighter 5 includes new features like enhanced gameplay mechanics, added characters, new fighting styles, and redesigned environments.

Product Information

Platform:Xbox 360
ASIN B000PIPUN4
Release date February 20, 2007
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4.3 out of 5 stars 40 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches
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By Jason VINE VOICE on December 3, 2007
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
I like fighting games, and I have been enjoying Virtua Fighter for some time now. I bought this when it came out on the ps3 (this and resistance were my main games "back in the day") it looked amazing, was very fluid, and I had a blast playing it. Bad thing was, you could not play it online. People I know in real life, do not play fighting games as much as I do. So playing them at home, leaves little to be enjoyed. When I heard the 360 version was coming out with online play, I decided I must buy it, and I'm glad I did.

The graphics look pretty much the same, and the game is as fast on both platforms. The main change, and the whole reason I bought the game was to play online.

If you have played DOA4 online, you can imagine how VF5 is online. The game does have slow down while you are playing. Though you can get through many matches without any slowdown, eventually, you will meet slowdown. It is usually quite funny when slowdown happens, everyone is waiting on the slowdown to end so you can fight again, which leads to copious bouts of laughter as everyone is trying to regain the upper hand, the game seems to just freeze, or go neo in matrix slow. With that said, I still enjoy the game, and I think if you give it a go, you will too.

I am glad sega put online into this game, and I cannot wait for Soul Calibur 4 to come out, with online as well!
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There's something about those fighting games isn't there? While some of them resemble Roman gladiator bloodsports more than anything else, the fundamental concept is really just a high-speed game of chess (attack, defend, counter, checkmate). And while true fighting games are largely seen as button mashers or headache-inducing memorization exercises (try Star Wars: Masters of Terra Kasai some time if you want some really long and pointless combos), this game is a perfect example of a game that is NOT about mashing buttons OR about ridiculous combos (although some them are tricky to be sure).

Some people have been following this series with devotion ever since the first polygon fighter even was released (Virtua Fighter) and have watched the series grow in graphical prowess and move complexity (2 got a lot of devotion while not many loved 3). Personally I didn't really see the light until I played Virtua Fighter 4 Evolution on the PS2.

Some people undoubtedly will ask themselves why the heck they should get this game if they already have Virtua Fighter 4 Evolution. The answer is half the reason why I bought the game myself. The levels. If there was one thing I didn't like about Virtua Fighter 4 it was the fact that the levels were few and they bored me.. While the levels in VF 5 aren't exactly on the level of Smash Bros or Soul Calibur for diversity and entertainment value, they are better, and feature some nice weather effects (splashing through water, falling snow, whipping wind). There are other upgrades too, of course.

The game is based around the Crysis Engine, and features some of the fastest (and if not overly showy, at least very clean) graphics you will ever see. The controls, likewise, are razor sharp.
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Platform for Display: Xbox 360
This is updated from the PS3 release. PS3 was ver B, the Xbox 360 is Version C, the latest version in the arcades in Japan.

enhancements: cleaner looking graphics than the PS3.
ONLINE play and features. (HUGE!)
Version C video introduction.
Other Version C arcade features? Character item customization...
RUMBLE support.

Online play and graphics and Version C make this a must buy for VF and Sega Arcade fans.

Excellent fighting game, and in high definition and 5.1 sound!
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Man this game is so much better on 360, I only recommend the 360 version. Man I thought Dead or Alive 4 was hard online,I played at least 20 matches and didnt win one because I just jumped into the game like a Noob.It is the deepest fighter I have ever seen,the 1 guy I kept rematching really strung together so many varied combos as did I after fighting him so much. This game is awesome and I hope like hell they make another one,I am preferring this over SF and DOA right now. Go buy it already
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I've been a fan of Virtua Fighter ever since VF1 first came out to the arcades long time ago. It's amazing how the game evolved but still maintained the same level of fun it had since day 1, and actually improved on it! If you don't know VF, it is a fighting game that is more realistic than other brands (although not entirely realistic - it's still a video game after all). Each character has its own fight style that to my best knowledge is pretty much true to the real fighting styles. There are plenty of characters to choose from and each one requires a little different skills from the user. for example, Pai Chan is very quick but relatively weak (i.e. her punches and kicks have relatively low impact) while Akira (the poster boy of the VF series) has high impact blows but is slower and is more efficient when fighting closer to his opponent. He also requires complicated combos (combinations of button and stick movements) to be more effective.

The game has a very nice quest mode where you play AI opponents in several arenas and get to win rank and points that you can use to customize your character. Very cool. There is also an arcade mode and a practice mode. Practice mode is very good although can be improved.
I have not tried the online mode yet.

Graphics and sound are excellent. Game desing and play remains top notch and fun level is 10! This is a split second action game that leaves you very little time to think. If you hesitate, you're done. You have to act quickly and be very skilled on your pad. Learning curve is fast but if you really want to master the game you have to invest some time in studying moves and practicing them. You also need to learn how to read your opponent and adapt to his or her fighting style in order to bit them. there's more to this game than meets the eye, and there's plenty that meets the eye :)
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