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Street Fighter IV

91 Ratings: 1.5
Fighting game from Capcom

Street Fighter IV is a 2008 fighting game produced by Capcom. It is the first numbered Street Fighter game released by Capcom for the arcades since 1999. The coin-operated arcade game was released in Japan on July 18, 2008 with North American arcades … see full wiki

7 reviews about Street Fighter IV
review by . March 02, 2009
posted in The Gaming Hub
Being a long time fan of the street fighter series (especially Street Fighter 2 and its countless revisions), I have all but gave up on the hope of Capcom releasing a proper sequels for the decade old Street Fighter 3 with the demise of the US arcade scene and the decline of the fighting game genre in the last few years, the announcement of Street Fighter IV genuinely took me by surprise, but a pleasant surprise indeed! When first booting up the new Street Fighter, the first thing I noticed is the …
Quick Tip by . September 26, 2010
posted in The Gaming Hub
Completely reworking the fight engine over the older games and it still makes the concept fun after all this time. Street Fighter IV is a great game and it's Super version is even better.
Quick Tip by . July 20, 2010
Easily one of the best fighting games of all times. It has single handedly revived a dieing genre, bringing it to heights never thought possible. The beauty of this game for me is the competition. With a decent online mode, you can hone your skills from the comfort of your couch. With online play and 25 characters to choose from you could spend a lifetime on this game. Of course, Super Street Fighter 4 beats this version in every way, but we still have to remember the game that started it.
review by . May 10, 2009
The game of Street Fighter sure is a legendary one and something that has a fond place in the hearts of many gamers. The super Nintendo was what made this game famous and now Street Fighter makes its first leap onto the next generation of gaming. What made Street Fighter so famous were its easy playability and its general simplicity, but the coolness of the more memorable characters was the icing on the cake. Some of the sequels following its initial debut were disappointing to say the least as …
review by . February 17, 2009
posted in The Gaming Hub
Street Fighter set the standard for the 2-D fighting game with its smash hit Street Fighter II series...but the transition to 3-D has spelled D-E-A-T-H to many franchises that attempt it...so I am pleased to say that Street Fighter IV is nothing short of amazing. The beautifully rendered characters, the backgrounds, the fighting animations, the special moves...all transitioned to the 3-D world flawlessly. Do you remember how stunning it was the first time you saw Ryu execute a hadoken fireball? …
review by . March 27, 2009
Street Fighter IV finally accomplishes what I think Capcom had been trying to do for a very long time... integrating 3D fighting into an artistic 2D experience (all while keeping the game control/feel like the original). I think that's why they were finally proud enough to call it "Street Fighter IV" instead of calling it Street Fighter 3 Alpha... Beta... Delta... Turbo... Super Turbo, or whatever :) With that idea in mind, I think they succeeded very well. The game is very smooth, has great control, …
review by . March 26, 2009
posted in The Gaming Hub
Street Fighter IV finally accomplishes what I think Capcom had been trying to do for a very long time... integrating 3D fighting into an artistic 2D experience (all while keeping the game control/feel like the original). I think that's why they were finally proud enough to call it "Street Fighter IV" instead of calling it Street Fighter 3 Alpha... Beta... Delta... Turbo... Super Turbo, or whatever :) With that idea in mind, I think they succeeded very well. The game is very smooth, has great control, …
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