Capcom Street Fighter V - Playstation 4
3.17 / 5 based on 12 Reviews
As your opponent moves toward you, you know you can take him. Sure he looks tough, but there are telling signs of his weaknesses and you know you can knock him out with just a few quick jabs. As he reaches back, ready to throw the first punch, it's as though you're seeing the world in slow motion. His footing is unstable. His chest is exposed. You dart out of the way and throw him to the ground in one swift motion. You live for this feeling. You're the best street fighter around. Conquer your opponents in Street Fighter V, the latest chapter in the popular fighting franchise. Enter a world created by the same developer that brought you the Resident Evil, Street Fighter, Mega Man and Devil May Cry franchises. Enjoy the action-packed fights you've come to expect from the Street Fighter franchise - now with a centralized player base that allows cross-platform play. Take it to the streets and get ready to fight. see more...
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Capcom Street Fighter V - Playstation 4
I've been playing this franchise since Street Fighter II. It was the first Super Nintendo game I ever experienced. This latest installment feels like a return to basics and that is not a bad thing. It retains the complexities and need for technical proficiency as its predecessors but is now faster paced with an emphasis placed on being a better spectator experience for eSports competitions. It received flack for not containing a plethora of modes on release but Street Fighter is and always will be about player versus player action and that is where SFV shines. Long considered the pinnacle of the fighting game genre Street Fighter retains that crown with this latest addition to the series. Easy to play but difficult to master SFV is a masterwork of the genre and despite not releasing with a story mode that has since been corrected with free DLC. In addition character DLC can be bought with earned in-game currency eliminating the need for dedicated players to pay for each new addition to the cast. Capcom did everything right with this release and that includes releasing it early sans single player content to be EVO 2016 ready. Both nostalgiac and fresh SFV belongs in every PS4 gamers collection.
I'm an arcade SFII Champion Edition junkie (still put my quarters up), and bought a PS4 just to play this at home. Nothing will ever be as good as the OG version to me, but this is still fun and the general moves and concepts are the same.
Honestly terrible. I was super excited to buy this game and see what changes they made to one of my favorite franchises. The new characters are interesting, but none are memorable enough to even mention. The sorry excuse for a storyline for each character basically consists of three frames of artwork split up by two fights. Sometimes only one fight. None of the stories really connect and there doesn't appear to be any storyline whatsoever. The combat is cool but they are missing so many characters and overall it just feels lacking. I'm expecting DLC in the near future as a means to take more of my hard earned money that this game really didn't deserve in the first place. Also, not many people online for it to be enjoyable.
Just got it the same day it came out and of course loading the game to the PS4 takes forever but that's usual. they had some new characters which some were cool and others were corny. there was only about 8 or 10 characters and the rest I guess you have to unlock the rest. they didn't have blanca which was a childhood fav of mines so maybe after I unlock some players he'll show up. I liked the game overall but just wish some of the original characters were there. chung lee, ken, ryu, bison, just to name a few are there though incase you were wondering. don't use fang...he doesn't do anything worth anything. me and the hubs had a great time even though he won majority of the time.
I been playing fighting games since i was about 7, so I love them. I have a friend with a ps4 so i play a bit, this fighting system goes from the complicated fadc/ultra system of sfiv to an easier to understand system involving critical arts. it makes the system more complicated to me, but more of a fun challenge. Karin is simple yet fun to play so far and reminds me of Fei in regards to her rekkas. I really love this game, I didn't care about the lack of arcade mode because i play online and with friends in person. If you care about a supped up arcade and solo play this game might not be your cup of tea. Its more fun with friends I think.
I rented this game for a day, and I have to say, I prefer Street Fighter 2 over this game. This one is horrible. They don't really have much of a single player campaign, and many of the characters that you love are missing, but I'm sure they'll show up in the "Super" version.
I love street fighter but honestly this is the worst of the franchise. campaign is short and lackluster, no arcade mode... NO ARCADE!!! which makes no sense!!! lack of characters even with the dlc characters. stick to going to the arcardes for street fighter
The latest installment in the series comes with six new characters to choose from. along with being able to have cross platform play between the ps4 and pc. all in all it's same as most other in series in game play, with next Gen graphics. if you're a street fight fan you'll like it.
Always been a big fan of street fighter series ever since the 1st one came out, good game lots of surprises.
I use too play this games back in the days the old ones this games are fun if you play against friends
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