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Virtua Fighter 5 by Sega

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Virtua Fighter 5 is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 16.
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  • Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Publisher: Sega
  • Developer: Sega of America
  • Category: Fighting

Product Details:

Virtua Fighter5 will elevate the arcade fighting genre to all-new heights as the game promises to take true advantage of the capabilities of the PLAYSTATION®3 computer entertainment system. Virtua Fighter5 sets the standard for console fighting games including all the features fans know and love, plus enhanced gameplay mechanics, additional characters, and new fighting styles, as well as newly redesigned 3D environments.


  • 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 from her grandfather.
  • Stunning highly-detailed 3D fighting 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 flexibility than ever before when creating their characters.
  • Next-Gen presentation includes HD resolution (widescreen) and Dolby® Digital 5.1CH sound.
    1. Rated 4 out of 5 by from well designed. this game is a must try fighting game, all you fighting or karate, or wrestling fans, you must get this
      Date published: 2013-07-07
      Rated 4 out of 5 by from Correction to my last review Okay, so when I first picked this up I was really upset but it was my fault because I am more used to Tekken's style so the gameplay upset me and overall I RAGED and gave it a bad review. Now Im here to make up for that. Virtua Fighter 5, now this is actually a GOOD fighting game, I cant say its bad. I configured my controls to what was more comfortable for me (I used a controller instead of Fightpad or Fightstick) and I gave it another go. I was satisfied indeed, the game plays very well and it gives you a more realistic feel. I play as Jacky Bryant, which is my favorite and easy to use character. The game feels great, balanced, and fast. It looks better than its previous installment, and for it to have been an early title it is very gorgeous with great looking arenas, stunning visuals just pop out. Though there is no online muliplayer you can play against a local friend and fight in a tournament mode where you fight CPU of all different levels, which actually has a lasting appeal. Virtua Fighter 5 is very, very cheap... it deserves a higher price but if you are looking for something quick to play that is actually fun pay the 5 bucks for the game it wont disappoint. I think its just a way for the game industry to let Sega fall since Sonic is slowing failing as a mascot. But Virtua Fighter, BUY IT!
      Date published: 2013-01-04
      Rated 2 out of 5 by from This game was just terrible This game was just terrible. The gameplay was difficult and trying to get combos was absolutely horrible. I would not recommend this game to anyone, EVER!
      Date published: 2012-07-19
      Rated 5 out of 5 by from the 1st and still best 3d fighter Sorry to all the tekken fan boys out there who decided to bash this game. 1st this was the original 3d fighter. I do like tekken but it is no where near the fighting game this is. VF has always offered superior graphics, the characters are all modeled well and don't look like sloppy cologes pasted together like the tekken characters. VF character movents are fluid very life like its like controlling a real life martial arts master. Tekkens characters are robot like and slow so the controls of many of those characters is clumsy at times its missing fluidity VF has. Vf has depth in the controls you can puul off simple combos to complex combos that flow like a Katz from true martial artist. Tekken system is not so deep some combos that don't flow very well. If you listen to the VF bashers on this page who coincidently reccomend tekken than you'll be robbing yourself. I own tekken and my copy of VF see a lot more play. True Vf don't have a huge roster but do you want quality with VF or quantity of tekken it has a lot of characters that feel the same. As of writing this VF 5 Final Showdown is out and once again SEGA smashed the competition.
      Date published: 2012-06-10
      Rated 2 out of 5 by from Worst fighting game ever. Reasons Why: not much content, no unlockable characters, no online multiplayer, and the health goes down too fast! its to easy to get KOd, this fighting game sucks, play tekken and soul calibur its better than this!
      Date published: 2012-01-23
      Rated 3 out of 5 by from not to good and not to bad its a great game and its fun to play with more than 1 player but i dont like it that much
      Date published: 2011-08-17
      Rated 3 out of 5 by from How can VF2 and 4 be Better than 5? I first played vf2 on the PC and after that i had always respected the VF series then a couple weeks ago i bought 4and 5, 4 is tough but it's manageable with practice but Virtua Fighter 5 is ridiculous! you would have to a super computer attached to the back of your head to keep up with the CPU moves, arcade starts out easy but gets harder and harder with each battle you win, and by the time you get to the final stage the average player might have to retry 15-22 times depending on your skill level. the quest mode is just another version of arcade. *This game has nice graphics don't let that fool you *It has a Character Customization mode, but you'll probably lose so much that you won't earn in money to buy anything. I believe this game is designed to take peoples money, whether it's in quarters at the arcade or from a swipe from your credit card at the checkout. *The Bottom Line is: YOU MUST KNOW HOW TO PLAY BEFORE YOU PLAY!
      Date published: 2011-06-09
      Rated 3 out of 5 by from Dissapointed. I remeber playing the first one as a kid so i picked this one up. I figured that for only 7 dollars this game would probably be worth the purchase. It wasnt. The characters are interesting but bland. The fighting wasnt that fun. You also have to use the d-pad which i really hated. I bought this 2 days ago and it will probably sit and collect dust.
      Date published: 2011-05-15
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