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Street Fighter IV (PS3)

by Capcom
Platform : PlayStation 3
97 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B001FSJ9NA
  • Product Dimensions: 16.8 x 13.5 x 1.5 cm ; 32 g
  • Release Date: 20 Feb. 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (97 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,423 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Great Games and Accessories for the Playstation 3 (PS3) from Gamesbuyer.

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Street Fighter IV brings the legendary fighting series back to its roots by taking the beloved fighting moves and techniques of the original Street Fighter II, and infusing them with Capcom's latest advances in next generation technology. The result is a truly extraordinary experience destined to reintroduce players, both familiar with the Street Fighter series and those coming to the game for the first time, to the time-honoured art of virtual martial arts.

'Street Fighter IV' game logo
E. Honda and Dhalsim battling in 'Street Fighter IV'
The old rivalries continue.
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Gouken showing Ryu that he is still the master in 'Street Fighter IV'
Plenty of bosses to battle.
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Rose finishing off Ryu in 'Street Fighter IV'
New faces to reckon with.
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Camera angle change during Ultra Combo by Ryu in 'Street Fighter IV'
New Ultra Combo angles.
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What Was Old is New Again
Knowing a good thing when they see it, Capcom has gone to great lengths to ensure that everything that made the legendary Street Fighter II a hit in the arcades, living rooms and dormitories across the globe all those years ago has been brought back in Street Fighter IV, and this naturally starts with the characters. Fans of the franchise, as well as the fighting genre in general, will be happy to know that whether you prefer to stick with the superior abilities of top tier characters or explore the ins and outs of mid to lower level combatants, when it comes time to pick your fighter there is a wide array of choices. Also, not only will players be able to play as and against their favourite classic characters, such as Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li, Guile, Zangief, Blanka, Sagat, etc., they will also be able to take on new characters. Just a few of these include:

Abel from 'Street Fighter IV' Abel
This young French amnesiac comes from a mixed martial arts and mercenary background and is dedicated to chasing down the remnants of Shadaloo.
Crimson Viper from 'Street Fighter IV' Crimson Viper
This tough and beautiful agent assumes a businesslike demeanour, ignoring all emotion and obligation to her fellow man. She wears a high-tech suit filled with deadly gadgetry..
El Fuertes from 'Street Fighter IV' El Fuertes
This fighter divides his time between perfecting his Lucha Libre skills and his cooking abilities, yet surprisingly his indomitable spirit is a match for even the legendary Red Cyclone.
Rufus from 'Street Fighter IV' Rufus
This portly fighter has declared himself America's greatest fighter and uses his own brand of Kung Fu in his decidedly one-sided rivalry with Ken for top dog in the States.

In addition, characters and environments are rendered in stylized 3D, while the game is played in the classic Street Fighter 2D perspective with additional 3D camera flourishes. Six-button controls for the game return, with a host of new special moves and features integrated into the gameplay system. Street Fighter IV brings a brand new fighting game to fans the world over.

Key Game Features:

  • 3D environments and characters.
  • Traditional "2D" Street Fighter six-button gameplay.
  • Classic Street Fighter characters re-imagined for a new generation of gamers, including the original cast of Street Fighter II.
  • New brawlers: female super-spy Crimson Viper, lucha libre wrestler El Fuertes, mixed martial artist Abel and more.
  • New special moves that go beyond any Street Fighter fan's wildest imagination, including Focus Attacks, Super Combos, and the revenge-fuelled Ultra Combo system.
  • Amazing locations never seen before in a Street Fighter game.
  • New gameplay elements provide challenges for both newcomers as well as the most seasoned Street Fighter pro.
New Combat Features: Focus Attacks and Ultra Combos
Although Street Fighter IV is designed to draw heavily from past game features in its franchise history, it does offer some stunning new gameplay options. The first of these are Focus Attacks. These moves allow players to absorb the energy from an attack and quickly counter with their own. Used properly, Focus Attacks allow for tremendous flexibility during combat and are the end result of efforts by the game's development team to evolve combat away from the rigid memorization of set combination patterns, giving players the freedom to be creative against opponents. The other new combat feature are new powered up moves called Ultra Combos. Like standard combos their purpose is to unleash maximum damage on an opponent, but unlike the combos of old, when performed correctly these long strings of punches, kicks and moves result in changes to the in-game camera angle and quick cinematic which illustrate the strength of your skills like never before. Taken together, these two new features herald Street Fighter IV as the new king of the fighter genre and a force to be reckoned with for years to come.



Product Description
Everything that made the legendary Street Fighter a hit in the arcades, living rooms and dormitories across the globe has been brought back in Street Fighter IV. You will be able to play your favourite classic characters, such as Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li and Guile, along with new characters, including Crimson Viper, Abel, El Fuertes, and Rufus. Characters and environments are rendered in stylized 3D, while the game is played in the classic Street Fighter 2D perspective with additional 3D camera flourishes. Six-button controls for the game return, with a host of new special moves and features integrated into the gameplay system. Street Fighter IV brings a brand new fighting game to fans the world over. Amazing locations never seen before in a Street Fighter game New gameplay elements provide challenges for both newcomers as well as the most seasoned Street Fighter pro


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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Wardo81 on 30 Nov. 2010
Growing up back in the day I *loved* Street Fighter 2, and still hold it in very high regard. Sadly, i'm disappointed to say that the same cant be said about this version. Not that it's completely terrible, the graphics are fantastic and are really well done. It's especially satisfying to actually see the opponent wince in pain when you (eventually) land a killer finishing combo on them. The sound is standard Street Fighter fare too, some recognisable classics from the original remixed for a more modern audience. All of which should make for an enjoyable gaming experience right? Wrong, i'm afraid. Why? Well, it's the difficulty. It's just too damn hard to be any fun to play! I wouldn't call myself a complete novice in the gaming world, i'm certainly not number one, but when you have to set the game to 'easy' or 'very easy' to stand any kind of chance then something is wrong. When you get your rear served to you on a plate for the 30th time in a row by the computer, i've lost count of the amount of times i've almost put my TV through the window in frustration as a result!

The main perpetrator in all of this is the end boss, who frankly is a complete berkshire hunt. The first round you can usually beat quite easily and from the on you can kiss goodbye to getting a look-in in the final two rounds, where he goes on a teleporting, spinning piledriving, sonic booming frenzy faster than a 5 year old after 10 cans of Red Bull that will make you want to drop kick the entire game back into the eternal pit of fiery damnation from whence it came. Currently i've only managed to complete it with Ken, Ryu and Abel and after that... well I just don't think I can bring myself to go through the whole performance again.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By HRhodes on 15 Oct. 2010
street fighter for playstation3 brings back nostalgic memories from playing on the vintage Super Nintendo. me and my dad constantly battling it out, him as EHonda, me as Chun Li...
The game play is very simelar...slamming any buttons and hoping for kick ass action.
new features on this game however are awesome...u now get an opportunity for training. and you can play against a static chatacter, or another player.
this mode allows u to view the button combinations needed to perform special moves...a fantastic addition to the game!
many of the old faces of the original game are availiable, with the chance to unlock other characters throughout the game...which makes this simelar to so many other fighting games on the market.
That said however, this game does let you see some of the background memories and story about each character, which makes u develop more of an understanding about the character and how they came to be in the street fighter tornament.
graphics are amazing...a feel of retro classic game play with the latest 3d effects that make the game intense to play and watch. (with some of the classic original music also thrown in!)
All in all, an amazing game. Well worth buying!! *****
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By GametimeUK on 21 July 2009
Graphics (presentation)

Simply put this game is amazing in the visual department... The whole steroid look isnt for everyone but I think it compliments the fighters here... Backgrounds are nice and character animation is great... Runs smooth enough that you can react to your opponent and try to outplay him... Very well presented visuals and the sound is nice too... My only complaint is that the songs theme will stick in your head for the wrong reasons as it is constantly rammed into your ears throughout the menu...

Story

Pretty much NA... You get a brief cutscene upon starting your characters story and at the end its concluded with another... Nothing special... Anime fans may find some enjoyment from the scenes but for me this is a game about smacking your opponent up...

Gameplay

... And the gameplay certantly lets you smack your opponents about... The controls are super responsive... Its standard Street Fighter stuff... The learning curve eases you into the game nicely allowing you to ignore all the more advanced moves (focus attacks which let you absorb one hit and counter with your own for example) until you are ready to utilize them on harder difficulties or against tougher players... Its satisfying stuff really... As you can tell it controls like a 2D fighter...

As for game modes... Theres standard versus, your characters story, training and of course online... Online isnt the most reliable thing in the world for fighters... It requires split second timing... BUT the online mode on SF4 is VERY satisfying to play... It allows for unlockable titles to display on your profile for bragging rights... A new patch has recently become available which I have yet to download so I can not comment on it...
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By MyKeyReviews TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 7 Feb. 2009
First of all, I want to mention that one of the best features is that you can access your XMB menu & play your own music while your playing this game!

The other thing is if you have a spare 2gb on your HDD, you can go into options and install the game on your HDD so it will load a lot faster. (Not that it isn't fast at loading already).

Now for the game itself; in total there are 25 playable characters, except you have to unlock a lot of them by playing through arcade, but it's a lot of fun anyway ;)

The layout is stuck to the classic 2d layout, while the graphics are a cartoony 3d, and has been tuned up for more strategy fighting than button bashing, which makes the game so much enjoyable.

If your new to fighting games, get this game. And if your a street fighter fan; well you'll be more than pleased to play this game.
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