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Review – Super Street Fighter 4: 3D Edition

 

What’s Not: The only downer of this system is the online functionality. The 3DS uses the same multiplayer style connection that the DS uses–essentially a long distance system link. So if a player’s internet connection is unstable there can be a huge amount of lag while playing, almost guaranteeing a disconnection. Now yes, I have had some very stable online battles with other people, but I still run into sessions where I’m automatically disconnected because of the instability of the other players’ internet connection. This is sad as online multiplayer is a very strong selling point in today’s market. I know that Nintendo hasn’t done anything to set up servers for their online connections, but even Capcom set up their own separate servers for Monster Hunter Tri on the Wii so that the only player affected by an instable internet connection would be that individual player and not the whole group. So while the addition of online multiplayer is good, the fact that it can be unplayable at times is sad.

There is one nitpicky detail I have with the game is the lack of an option to turn Dynamic View on and off in the middle of a fight. When you start an Arcade or even multiplayer match, you’re given the option to turn on the Dynamic View I mentioned. Unfortunately it will remain off or on until you are finished the game mode. There is no way to adjust it under the pause menu. I do like playing the game in Dynamic View, but I also like playing it the normal way. Some fights I would like to see it over the shoulder where as some fights I want to play the traditional way.

The 3D Factor: Super Street Fighter 4: 3D Edition just seems to pop more in 3D than it does on the console versions. As I said before, it looks like they just ripped the graphics right from the console version and stuck it on the 3DS, but it looks even better in 3D. Characters seem more flushed out, and small details like Ryu’s muscles, seem to pop more like an actual muscular arm than a rounded bulging oval. If you doubt the power of the 3DS’s 3D capability, go check out this game as it will change your mind.

Final Verdict: Super Street Fighter 4: 3D Edition is in every way the same Super Street Fighter 4 that came out last year. If you’ve already played the game to death and want a portable version, then by all means go out and grab it. If you’re interested in playing the series, but get scared after seeing people pull out wicked combinations, then the Lite mode is a great way to get involved with the game and keep up with the pro’s.

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Jeffrey grew up on video games, his first game being Super Mario Bros. To this day, he wonders how is life would be different had he not been introduced to the wonders of the NES. Some of his favorite games (besides Mario) are Halo: Reach, NHL 2011, Valkyria Chronicles II.

 
 

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