Super Street Fighter IV (Microsoft Xbox 360, 2010)
About this product
- Product InformationFollowing the arcade-era traditions of the series, Super Street Fighter IV is an enhanced version of 2009's award winning Street Fighter IV that offers the same high-def 2D fighting gameplay with additional characters and combat moves. The game's expanded roster includes characters from earlier Street Fighter revisions, such as T. Hawk and Dee Jay, as well as crossovers from the Final Fight series Cody and Guy, and newly introduced fighters such as the mysterious young tae kwon do master Juri. Online, players can join in Team Battles for up to eight, and can record and trade replay videos of their best fights. The between-battle barrel-smashing and car-crunching bonus levels, featured prominently in Super Street Fighter II and other earlier editions in the franchise, also make their return in Super Street Fighter IV. Following the initial retail release of Street Fighter IV by only a little more than a year, the stand-alone Super Street Fighter IV is offered at a reduced suggested price and offers additional bonuses for owners of the original.
- GameSuper Street Fighter IV
- PlatformMicrosoft Xbox 360
- ESRB RatingT - Teen
- ESRB DescriptorAlcohol Reference, Mild Language, Suggestive Themes, Violence
- Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
- Number of Players1-8
- Release Year2010
- Game Special Features
- Stand-alone upgrade to the award-winning Street Fighter IV
- Expanded roster includes T. Hawk, Dee Jay, and more!
- Revamped bonus modes and new online team battles
- Stand-alone upgrade to the award-winning Street Fighter IV
- Game SeriesStreet Fighter Series
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- mcob5412Jun 08, 2016by
Far Cry 3, Super Street Fighter 4, Medal of Honor Warfighter and Singularity Bundle
This is a great value of games, I mainly wanted to play Far Cry 3 but the addition of Super Street Fighter 4, Medal of Honor Warfighter and Singularity makes this an excellent value considering what I spent.
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- akidd05Dec 14, 2013by
This was a great game, ver action packed and realistic karate moves .great.
This is a great purchase and very realistic as compared to karate simulated moves. Classic ken and Ryun make it very authentic as it still has it's flair even after a decade of its original introduction into gameplay. The addition of other characters with super moves makes it very diverse and allows for changing of the guard if dominant players etc. I would definetly reccomend it to realistic gamers for maximum entertainment.
- tonyab369Jan 22, 2011by
SSFIV: Not a beginner's Game
As a player in the Street Fighter community, this is a great update for the game. The arcade mode is great, with new 3D cut scenes, and also the ability to have a opponent join via XBOX Live.
The versus is the same as always. Player vs Player, Player vs. CPU, or CPU vs CPU is also fun to watch.
There is online play, via XBOX Live. There is the original "Ranked" matches, with a HORRIBLE ranking system. You get PP (player points) with winning matches, and lose it by losing. This score is applied online with all characters, and there is no "cushion" if your want to use a new character. Also, there is BP, Battle points, and it is earned per character. You lose a couple of points for losing with that character, and also you win a couple if you win. The problem is, ALL other game modes don't use this ranking system. So let's say someone plays tournaments (a game mode) all the time, and got really good. But, his PP and BP say he's bad. well, you lose A LOT of BP and PP because you lost to a "NOOB", even through, int truth, he's better than you. So the ranking system is flawed. Not to mention, the Net cod is made for Japan, a small area, so gameplay in the US is almost ALWAYS laggy.
But, in the US, they are going to (not officially announced)a expansion to this game, Arcade Edition (AE). This expansion adds 2 new characters from earlier games.
Also there is Challenge mode, with replayable bonus stages from Arcade mode and also trials. These "trials" show you combos that are COMPLETELY impractical in a real match, and either
a) take up a lot of meter
or b) are VERY hard to set up
So look at YouTube if you want to find practical combos for online play, as bad as it is.
But, if you have friends who play it, its a great game for it, but there's a lot of hassles etc.
Also, it's IMPOSSIBLE to start out, there is practically no way to fight other newcomers, than to play 1v1 endless battle (just you two guys over and over). So go into Training, where there is a "dummy" opponent, and you can practice stick movements, and also get to feel the controls.
I hope I helped your purchase, thanks.
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- kidnet411Dec 10, 2010by
Street Fighter or Streetest Fighter?
I'll make this review quick since the game has been out for a while now. Either you have it or you dont. But for the few still deciding here is a review.
Do you like all fighting games? If yes, you already bought this.
Are you picky with your fighting games? If yes, it depends on what your type is.
Fast furious fun combos with pretty things always happening on screen - this is NOT the game for you. It is a good looking game but not very fast paced and nothing really over the top that makes you say 'wow' that was cool (some exceptions, but they are exceptions).
A thinking man's fighting game where every move counts (big short hits do almost as much damage as long complex combos). This is a game where doing nothing is doing something, and walking forward is considered a 'move'. This game is psychological and just as much about spacing and good defense as it is learning combos (I think more-so).
BEWARE OF ONLINE PLAY - you WILL experience lag, trolls, jerks and other nonsense. This game will frustrate you as much as it entertains you.
IF YOU ARE NEW TO THE FIGHTING GAME SCENE DONT GO ONLINE WITHOUT TRAINING FIRST
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- dealendsoonApr 25, 2010by
You can't go wrong with Super Street Fighter IV!
Even if it doesn't have the same kind revitalizing effect on the genre as its predecessor, Super Street Fighter IV is an easy recommendation. It's the superior version of one of the best fighting games around, offering a huge cast of 35 characters along with a far more developed online suite compared to the original version. The gameplay is fast, fun and easy to dig into, and deep enough so that you're always discovering new ways to chain combos and improve your skills. Whether you're a franchise veteran or a total newcomer, you can't go wrong with Super Street Fighter IV.
Silly, forgettable storyline in the Arcade Mode, but otherwise a great layout of menus for the various online modes and replay channels.
The level of detail and quality of the animations never fail to impress. The new stages, particularly Solar Eclipse, look great.
For better or worse, no more Indestructible theme song. The sounds of slaps and smacks in combat are crisp and add excitement to the battles, and character chatter is always entertaining.
Still one of the best fighting systems around, even if much of it is familiar at this point. Easy to pick up, hard to put down.
9.0 Lasting Appeal
In Ranked, Endless, and Team Battles, you'll find plenty of reasons to keep playing. The impressive Replay Channel is a welcome addition.
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