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Super Street Fighter IV (SSF4) was launched for Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 a few days ago in normal, collectors and a limited dojo package edition. But is it really worth the money to get that extra set of features and characters?

Here’s our take.

vrz ssf4 covr Super Street Fighter IV Review

Super Street Fighter IV (SSF4) was launched for Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 a few days ago in normal, collectors and a limited dojo package edition. But is it really worth the money to get that extra set of features and characters?

Before we even begin, here’s my take – If you have purchased Street Fighter IV and was somehow not impressed with it, this is probably not the game for you to spend your money on.

If you fall to the other category or even a newcomer to versus fighting, this series should get you interested somehow.

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Super Street Fighter IV disc, R3 copy for Playstation 3

Street Fighter fans will remember the good old days when Street Fighter I and then II became one of the greatest games back in the arcades. The trend grows on with each iteration launching on arcades and then the consoles. It went on for years and the flame of passion still lives on. Those 2D character sprites we loved, paired with awesome moves, gamers were wondering how long this could last.

and then it happened…

Capcom announced Street Fighter IV, still on 2D plane of fighting but glorified with 3D visuals and backdrops, filled with enhanced animations and a pretty awesome soundtrack.

The title became popular in the arcades and almost a year later, Super Street Fighter IV adds on with more jingles and twinkles, filling it with various enhancements and tweaks, adding new characters and new stages.

Is it really worth your S$60?