Wonderful! Even though they have now stopped making games for the 3DS, this one is a must own for any 3DS collection, most especially street fighter fans. There’s a huge roster of characters to choose from. The controls are tight and can be customized to your preference, including mapping special moves to one of four touch screen squares. The 3D feature is gorgeous and doesn’t strain the eyes. Bottom line, you won’t be disappointed with this one. Thanks for reading my review!
The graphics seem to be almost as good as PS3 and Xbox, but only 480p. This game is a really solid port, it is not missing any features. Controls could be better, but having supers ready at the touch of a button is good for beginners too. A great portable option for people who can’t get enough of sf4.
A commendable achievement, and absolutely contains everything that made the console version great. However, our recurring problems with multiplayer (online and off) and the unavoidable concern of button layout hindered an otherwise amazing experience.
Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition could arguably be the best portable version of the core series yet produced, but this is testament to the severely limited nature of what came before rather than any standout success on this game's part.
It's all the glory of SSF4 on the go, sure the backgrounds are static in comparison to the PC and X360/PS3 versions of this game, but the actual character models are a step above most games found on the 3DS, an absolutely fantastic port of such a huge title onto the little screen, the only slight issue is the controls, going from 4 shoulder buttons to a single pair of them can take some getting used to but that said, you can bind the missing controls to the touch screen and be happily mashing out Ultra finishers online on the toilet!
I Love the street fighter series it is one of the best fighting games in my opinion. I Picked up this game in game for £9 so I was lucky it was on sale, the game is definitely good but to be honest it was not really the street fighter I was expecting. Street fighter in my opinion is all about mashing buttons but with the ability to just tap on the screen to use a move in this game it just felt a little too meh to me still a decent game
This is a good port, but not great. I have played the pc version and the xbox version and they are far superior. The graphics here seem dead and frozen and the character models are okay, but not amazing. The big advantage here is the portability, so if that's important to you, then this is worth it. multiplayer is very under developed and not rewarding, so don't count on it alot.
The game itself is good. But it's probably the most uncomfortable experience I had on 3DS. I own a N3DS XL, and still, the D-pad is much too small to play Street Fighter on it, a game that needs precision to correctly input the moves. Playing with the stick is even worse. My advice is to save your money and your thumbs, and play it on another platform.
SummaryThe follow-up to Street Fighter IV further redefines the fighting game genre with classic 2D Street Fighter fighting action, a host of new and returning characters, more advanced online gameplay, new ultra combos and much more. Super Street Fighter IV features the full roster of 25 characters from Street Fighter IV such as Ryu, Ken, Crim...