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Street Fighter IV- Xbox 360

Street Fighter IV- Xbox 360
alaScore 86

138 reviews

Dec, 2018

We have collected and analysed 17 expert reviews and 121 user reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 91/100 and users rate it 83/100. The average review date is 25-11-2008. We have compared these reviews to 93000 reviews from other Xbox 360 Games. The alaScore™ for this product is 86/100 = Very good. Last update: 10-12-2018.

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Expert review by (peoww.co.uk)

Street Fighter IV (360)

 

The first of five games (probably) called Street Fighter IV arrives.

Strange that a game that isn’t overflowing with features, and at first seems quite shallow with its 2D plane and cartoony graphics, has me struggling to keep under the word count. I’ve not even mentioned the 360′s poor dpad, or all the nice little...

Mar, 2009

Expert review by : Dan Chiappini (cnet.com.au)

Street Fighter IV

 

Robust and challenging single-player modes, strong online multiplayer, and gorgeous visuals make this a must-have for any fighter fan.

Gorgeous character models, animations and background art ; Comprehensive multiplayer modes ; Accessible but nuanced gameplay ; Plenty of replay value

No tournament mode ; Online play suffers if either fighter's connection is slow

Street Fighter IV will welcome you with open arms, whether you're a lapsed fan concerned that you've been out of the loop for too long or you're dipping your toes for the first time. Amazing presentation, intricate and enjoyable fighting gameplay, and...

Feb, 2009

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Expert review by : Gabriel Vega (neoseeker)

Street Fighter IV (PC) Review

 

After a few months of waiting Street Fighter IV emerges on the PC platform, packed with new visual goodies and Games for Windows Live play, will it stack up and meet our expectations? Find out inside.

Street Fighter IV as a game is pretty impressive: the mechanics keep to tradition and work to compliment all the features that made the original game famous, the combo system, the special moves, the variety of styles and of course the thrill of being...

Aug, 2009

Expert review by : Kendrik (ccgr.org)

Street Fighter IV (360)

 

Indeed, Street Fighter has always been about using a combination of punches, kicks, throws, and super moves to effectively crush your opponent. Though most of the attacks are straightforward, the special moves change things up by adding in various...

Fantastic return of a long-loved series; great visual direction; very likable and diverse characters; extremely well-tuned fighting engine that rewards study and practice

That same reward system keeps the game from being something that anyone can simply pick up and play with favorable results; character stories told through sub-par anime sequences are completely lacking; online play lacks the lobby system seen in other...

On that note, there is a ridiculous amount of stuff to unlock. There are probably hundreds of Titles and Icons to unlock. There are also alternate colors to unlock for your characters and some other minor customization options, too. Though both...

Mar, 2009

Expert review by : Brendan Byrne (beefjack.com)

Street Fighter IV : Review [PC, PS3, X360]

 

Street Fighter IV is a game that fans of the series have had to wait a decade for and it does not disappoint. However, that being said the game is much more of spiritual successor to Street Fighter II than Street Fighter III ever was. As a result it is...

Excellent gameplay ; Unique character roster ; Innovative gameplay mechanics

Trial mode is flawed ; Online matchmaking glitch

Street Fighter IV is a masterpiece that aims to bring fighting games to prominence once again, and is making a great attempt at doing so.

Mar, 2009

Expert review by : Anmol Kapoor (ld2.ciol.com)

Street Fighter IV for Xbox 460

 

Street Fighter IV is more about innovative restoration rather than simple re-invention

Excellent visual presentation ; Solid mechanics ; New characters and move sets

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The new characters and move sets lead to some fascinatingly brutal one-on-one fights. Through its online offerings, players can fight in ranked battles, setup bouts with buddies, and even get challenged by people right in the middle of a single-player...

Mar, 2009

Expert review by (thehdroom.com)

Street Fighter IV

 

My interest in Street Fighter IV is purely out of nostalgia stemming from countless hours wasted pounding out combos on Street Fighter II at the local arcade so many years ago. Though my generation was raised on 2-D fighters, today's youth live and...

Visually stunning ; Classic characters return ; Various game play mode

Execution of special moves can be frustrating ; Horrible anime cut-scenes

Where Capcom can giveth they can also taketh away. Airborne blocks and parries that played an integral role in Street Fighter III's combat strategy have been removed altogether. This is an odd exclusion as either could have been integrated without...

Feb, 2009

Expert review by : Dan Amrich (oxmonline.com)

Street Fighter IV

 

REVIEW: Give the people what they want

Does the impossible: Preserves the past, embraces the future.; Fantastic art direction

Anime sequences don’t add much to the experience

Seth, have you met Dr. Manhattan?

Feb, 2009

Expert review by (thebuzzmedia.com)

Street Fighter IV (Xbox 360) Review

 

After nine long years, the series that launched a genre is back and brings with it an enormously tight fighting system, gorgeous animation, a modest suite of extra modes, a solid online multiplayer, and all the characters that made it so dear. Street...

It has problems, but Street Figher IV is closer to perfect than any other game in the series. There may be those who disagree and cling to the past, but this game brings out the best of the previous iterations. It is well balanced, well paced, pretty...

Expert review by (aag.webnode.com)

Street Fighter IV 360 Review

 

Although Street Fighter III was the sequel to Street Fighter 2, it was considered by many as not a “true” sequel as it included mostly new characters, apart from Ryu and Ken of course.  Capcom stated when they announced Street Fighter IV that it was...