Other fighting games allow you to win by simply jabbing at the buttons and moving the thumbpad in the vague direction of your opponent. Street Fighter instead requires practice, patience and dextrous skill to master the moves and learn how best to react to your opponent's strike. This is especially true when playing online.
New modes of online play are the main incentive to grab this new edition. The most appealing of these is the "Endless" mode where up to eight players can compete to be the last man standing. The only downside to this is waiting for your bout, though you can watch and dissect the fight in progress. If the thought of delayed action makes you queasy then a new RPG-style ranking points system makes the standard and readily available one-v-one fights a more addictive long-term challenge too.
Elsewhere, SSFIV offers some new – and typically over the top – characters for you to bond with or beat up. There is also the option to share video of your fight with friends. Less exciting but more useful is that the learning curve seems to have been slightly lowered. Yes, to get anywhere online you'll need to put in the hours, but offline play appears to have been made more welcoming to new players. You can't knock the retro appeal either, especially regarding the visuals. The vibrant backdrops and characters are a world away from the gritty environs of a Gears of War or Modern Warfare.
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