Super Street Fighter IV - 3DS
A Great Game For A Great Price
I just got a 3ds for my birthday and i got Scribblenauts unlimited with it. In a few days, I went on a 13 hour trip so i decided to get another game that was $15-$30. I looked it over and SSF4 looked like the best option, and it was. I played it for about 9 hours in the car. It has great lasting appeal, great graphics, amazing sound, and very good gameplay, the only thing wrong with it is the controls. When you want to do a combo attack, it gets a little confusing. For example, you want to grab the enemy and you would have to do something like turn the analog stick right then jump in the air then press the B button. But overall, it is a great game and if you just got a 3ds and your a hardcore gamer, then I would defiantly recommend this game to you. I would give this game a well deserved 9.6 out of 10.
This game has great controls and replay value.
SSFIV 3D is one of my favorite games on the 3DS. There is a lot of variety in the characters. The music is alright, but not memorable like the song of storms or dragon roost island. The game has a small storyline for each important character, but it's nothing much. The main appeal is in the fighting. There is a multitude of insanely awesome combinations and fireball blasts you can perform, which make the matches crazy, fast, and fun. This game is fantastic.
This Street Fighter Is Amazing!
This game is great street fighter is back with an all new 3d mode it has all the characters from the 360 version and you can now use alternate clothing
From a Gamer's perspective
OK, listen up. I've played nearly every game in the SF series, and I have to say this one definitely hits the spot. It does in a detailed way feel and look pretty different from the older 2d animated games in the series(Such as the Street Fighter 2 games and the SF Alpha series). However, for people who take the time to LEARN HOW TO USE A CIRCLE PAD PROPERLY, this game doesn't disappoint in terms of game play. The touch control system, I have to say, is too much of a life saver. However, even I can't get every single Super or Ultra Combo right, so I welcome the touch system. Experienced gamers shouldn't complain about it; they need to use it to their advantage. Any noobs, however, shouldn't use the the touch controls to their advantage: they need to learn to play the game by hand. You can easily do a Shoryuken or Sonic Boom or even a Spinning Pile driver by hand if you take the time to learn; let the circle pad help you. Wanna know why? It's because gaming veterans(such as I) consider over use of the touch system as cheating. It's helpful if you need to do a super combo or a Ultra combo but for something like a Hadoken or a Hundred Hand Slap? I just pity such people who don't think such actions are childish. Graphics wise, I'm impressed. Remember, this was one of the earliest games Capcom's done for this console, so don't hate on them or frown just because they couldn't make it look any better or do the background scene animation. They were working on enough stuff already. The music impressed, but I wished it could go just a little louder. The figure collecting was decent and an OK thing to do on the side, and from what I've heard the online's pretty great, too. The story has both main plot and filler, both of which I welcome with open arms. Main plot and filler are SF traditions. I, too, would like too see downloadable content for the SF 4 Arcade Edition characters Evil Ryu, Oni, Yun, and Yang.(SPOILER: If you don't already know, Evil Ryu isn't new: He showed up in SF Alpha 3. He also showed up in the SF Alpha Japanese Animated movie.) SF has been around forever, and it's always been hard for those who can't get the combos down. Look up walkthourghs and Gameplay techniques if you have trouble, but PLEASE don't resort to mashing the touch screen!
All in all, this is a great game that should be enjoyed by all who receive or purchase it. Just keep trying, and no normal or special combo will be a thorn in you thumbs! Be persistent! Never give up, and keep on Street Fighting the good fight!
Long Lasting Game
This is the best fighting game I have ever played! I also have how the game lasts a long time because it has so many modes such as arcade mode, where you can fight computer opponents and turn on fight request, which you can set so that while you fight your computer opponents, if anyone is online or close to you locally you can do a quick match with them and resume to arcade mode. Also you can do epic multiplayer with Download Play, which allows you to do local multiplayer with people, even when only you have a copy of the game. Of course there is also a feature that allows you to fight people all over the internet. Over a 1000000 people have bought this game worldwide so there is always someone to battle online.
best street fighter 3ds game
i just saw so i buy it get home play it it was fun beat my friend in it so yeah its cools i have play it on xbox360
It's like playing the ps3 version but on the 3ds and i love playing the multiplayer with people around the world and with my cousins, They both love this game. :D :D
A Great Game
This Street Fighter game was fun, although it was just like the Xbox/Playstation versions. It's especially fun to fight against your friends. A new cool feature is that you can collect trophies with different stats which you can battle against people that you street pass with. There are only 2 problems that I have with this game. The backrounds aren't animated and moving like in the console versions. Also, this game is missing the 4 additional characters from the arcade edition of the console versions.
Street Fighter...heck yeah
One of the best 3DS games and fighting game. I haven't been a Street Fighter fan until I played this game and now I have a ton of Street Fighter games on personal wishlist.Let me tell you something fan or not GET THIS GAME NOW!!!!
Blown away by the replay value!
My wife purchased this for me this past Christmas on a Black Friday deal, and I was absolutely blown away how many hours I put in (and still do). It doesn't feel like a port, but it also stays true to the original SFIV. The online community is amazing. No matter what hour of the day, I can find matches for every skill level online. It plays smooth, and the shortcut special moves on the touch screen really change the way I play characters. It turns charge characters into beasts. This, of course, can be a double-edged sword with noobs spamming Sonic Booms and Flash Kicks, but a seasoned SF player always finds a way around it. I only have two gripes about this game, which are very minor. My first is the autoblock system. It's great for casual players, but is just...bleh. Instead of block damage, you take more potential damage, and if hit before the potential damage is recharged, the player will lose all that health (more than actually being hit). Minor gripe, correct? The second is the disconnection issue. There is nothing worse than a player hitting their wifi button to disconnect before you deliver the final blow. To correct this, they deduct a lot of Player Points from that player that disconnected. People doing this can't be fixed, and I'm very satisfied with their remedy to the problem, but it's there. Both gripes seem to be not a big deal compared to their remedies, right? I think so, too. I just wanted to shine light on the only two issues I could find, and that's by nitpicking.