Even though Street Fighter V was in our opinion a great game, with this edition Capcom outdone it and took it to the next level. At this point Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition is the richest and most complete 2D fighter on the market.
best street fighter game probably ever made.This game easiest Street fighter game ever and it was need.Because it was too difficulte game in the past.
character designs are incredible good especially females characters.
gameplay it has most characteristic characters ever.
countless customization options are availeble
online is good even netcode issue.
Story mode was also good for fighting game
It has always been a strong fighting game that continues to get better over time, but it remained a game for genre enthusiasts. Arcade Edition, however, is a game that you can confidently recommend to anyone. Two years after its launch, Street Fighter V is finally fighting fit.
Finally, that's the game we expected: rock solid playability and a great roster of characters and modes. Either you play offline or online, you'll get a great experience... If you still want to give it a chance.
Judging purely on the current state of Street Fighter V, with the new additions and inclusion of the season 1 and 2 characters in the Arcade Edition, it is most certainly one of the must-own fighting games on the market right now. The arcade mode is enough to warrant anyone picking up this game, even if it has arrived far too late. The FM changes are unfortunate, but the biggest peeve is that Arcade Edition itself is an extremely limited package, since everything here, barring the previous DLC characters, are free updates for owners of the original. The least Capcom could have done is put a few extra costumes and stages in there, because otherwise, the only reason to pick this up is if you don’t already have SFV and want a cheap way of buying the game and its first two character packs. SFV will have plenty more years in it, but being so tight and not turning this release into a current ultimate edition is disappointing, even if it’s not surprising.
Okay, so I've wanted to go ahead and post a review of SF5 here in May 2021 after playing through the main story, individual stories and playing arcade mode, etc. I just finished playing MK11.
This game deserves it's decent score of 7. Compared to the masterpiece that is MK11 Ultimate with their lifelike characters (often using real actor voices), quite impressive story mode, etc, I'd say the game is probably more along the lines of a 5. HOWEVER, it's still a decent fighting game.
I, like many of my age, loved and obsessed about SF2 and it really "changed the game" and introduced a whole era of fighting games. I really didn't follow it too much beyond the end of Super Street Fighter 2 and really didn't play much of the whole "Ultra Street Fighter Beta Gamma Zero vs X-Men vs Anime" versions but I think Capcom has really allowed the franchise to be taken in the wrong direction.
SF5 is a continuation in cheesy-ness (and NOT in a good way), silliness and obnoxiousness. The character models look decent, but are WAY over-exaggerated with teenage-hormones. Just watch a video of the "boob physics" of a pre-patched Chun-li and you'll see what I'm talking about. Every man has super-steroid muscles and every woman has embarrassingly big bosoms that is to the point of being offensive. Is that really what this game is about?
The story lines, voice overs, etc are just painfully awful. I mean, it's who came up with these incoherent plots? To make matters worse, clearly no effort was made for the English version and the mouth movements don't even come close to matching the audio. It's like it all was created in Japanese and then shipped overseas for a sloppy conversion.
Story Mode: You know that it was half-assed when you install SF5 and the Story Mode is greyed out with no instructions on what to do. Yes, you have to FIND the story in the PS store and install it. Then, you have a mess of story. Compare that with the MK11 storyline that I personally thought was better than the 2021 MK movie. In this story mode, it jumps around and scenes can last for as little as one sentence before loading and jumping to something else. The difficulty is moronically low for most of the game until it cranks it up only at the very end. Sometimes you are playing the left side and sometimes the right: no real pattern. Sometimes you're the "good guy" and sometimes the "bad guy": again, no pattern. Often, it seems like what you did was totally pointless in terms of the story. Bad and painfully bad.
Arcade Mode. Oh okay, so they have where you can play through SF1 through 5, awesome, right? Maybe you start off with SF1 playing only as RYU and play against the original characters and only have the moves that were in the first, no powerups, no BS "no! it can't be!" lines, etc? That'd be pretty cool. Maybe make a UI screen that kinda mirrored the SF2 arcade screen, etc. NOPE. None of that. Instead, it's an afterthought. Like playing as Street Fighter 2, it has kinda a mixture of characters and the only thing authentic is an attempt to have the basic costumes and backgrounds. Pointless.
I played Ultra Street Fighter IV (released 10+ years ago on the PS3) and frankly, it comes pretty close to the experience of V. That's pretty pathetic.
Finally, lets talk value. MK11 Ultimate retails for $60 and contains everything. SF5 Premium Pass Bundle for $60 includes the Champion Edition + Season 5. It doesn't include: Season 3 or 4 ($30 combined) nor any of the MANY DLCs for costumes like the Pro Tour Packs (2016-2021, $10 each), etc. So... it feels like a money grab and that's TODAY and ignoring the joke that it was years ago.
So, I mean, it's worth it if you can tolerate the silliness and idiotic plot and lines and such, but it's jsut not THAT good and not where it should be 11 years later after the release of SF4.
NetherRealm has shown what GREAT games really can be with the Injustice games and MK11. Maybe it's just time to let the Street Fighter series die.
Por que tienen que poner todos los personajes alternos a la plantilla regular pagando? Por que capcom? Si se dijera que son personajes nuevos... pero no! Blanka, balrog, guile, sagat.... dlc de pago.... es en serio? Y a mi que me encantan los street fighters. Eso me dolio.
I have been playing sf since sf2 and this is one of my least favourite entries in the series not because the gameplay is bad but because of the almost doa5 levels of dlc in this game. It will nickel and dime you every chance it gets fight money was nerfed you can get some stuff for free but clearly they want you to buy items with real money. It’s mobile game like approach is just awful and it’s not a f2p game capcom has really messed up its not all bad the gameplay is good but with so many other options for less money why bother?
It's obvious that this site has paid reviews, to suppress the true score of this game. SFV is terrible it's just as bad as it was when it first released, it's still like fighting under water. You will rarely find yourself outplayed, or outwitted simply out classed at character selection and out mashed by cheesy button smashing players with tactics that would get them destroyed in any decent fighter. SFV gives some characters really good moves speed and priority that are spam friendly hard to block and seriously nearly impossible to escape. If you watch the pros you will see they get caught by the same cheese spam as you do. Don't buy this game unless you just want to have mindless fun. But this is not a serious fighter and certainly not worthy of the Street Fighter moniker.
The graphics are nice, the music is nice and the character designs are really cool. But mechanically this game is a **** show...
SummaryStreet Fighter V: Arcade Edition is a brand-new disc that includes all base content from the original Street Fighter V release, Arcade Mode and a code for Character Pass 1 and 2 content, which includes 12 playable characters and 12 premium costumes.
* ARCADE MODE
Choose from six different paths themed after classic Street Fighter gam...