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Street Fighter IV Collector's Edition
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Everything that made the legendary Street Fighter a hit in the arcades, living rooms and dormitories across the globe has been brought back in Street Fighter IV. You will be able to play your favorite classic characters, such as Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li and Guile, along with new characters, including Crimson Viper, Abel, El Fuerte, and Rufus. Characters and environments are rendered in stylized 3D, while the game is played in the classic Street Fighter 2D perspective with additional 3D camera flourishes. Six-button controls for the game return, with a host of new special moves and features integrated into the gameplay system. Street Fighter IV brings a brand new fighting game to fans the world over. New special moves that go beyond any Street Fighter fan's wildest imagination, including Focus Attacks, Super Combos, and the revenge-fueled Ultra Combo system. Amazing locations never seen before in a Street Fighter game New gameplay elements provide challenges for both newcomers as well as the most seasoned Street Fighter pro

Street Fighter IV brings the legendary fighting series back to its roots by taking the beloved fighting moves and techniques of the original Street Fighter II, and infusing them with Capcom's latest advancements in next generation technology. The result is a truly extraordinary experience destined to reintroduce players, both familiar with the Street Fighter series and those coming to the game for the first time, to the time-honored art of virtual martial arts.

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E. Honda and Dhalsim battling in 'Street Fighter IV'
The old rivalries continue.
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Gouken showing Ryu that he is still the master in 'Street Fighter IV'
Plenty of bosses to battle.
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Rose finishing off Ryu in 'Street Fighter IV'
New faces to reckon with.
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Camera angle change during Ultra Combo by Ryu in 'Street Fighter IV'
New Ultra Combo angles.
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Joke character Dan monkeying around in 'Street Fighter IV'
Enjoy classic Street Fighter humor.
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What Was Old is New Again
Knowing a good thing when they see it, Capcom has gone to great lengths to ensure that everything that made the legendary Street Fighter II a hit in the arcades, living rooms and dormitories across the globe all those years ago has been brought back in Street Fighter IV, and this naturally starts with the characters. Fans of the franchise, as well as the fighting genre in general, will be happy to know that whether you prefer to stick with the superior abilities of top tier characters or explore the ins and outs of mid to lower level combatants, when it comes time to pick your fighter there is a wide array of choices. Also, not only will players be able to play as and against their favorite classic characters, such as Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li, Guile, Zangief, Blanka, Sagat, etc., they will also be able to take on new characters. Just a few of these include:

Abel from 'Street Fighter IV' Abel
This young French amnesiac comes from a mixed martial arts and mercenary background and is dedicated to chasing down the remnants of Shadaloo.
Crimson Viper from 'Street Fighter IV' Crimson Viper
This tough and beautiful agent assumes a businesslike demeanor, ignoring all emotion and obligation to her fellow man. She wears a high-tech suit filled with deadly gadgetry..
El Fuerte from 'Street Fighter IV' El Fuerte
This fighter divides his time between perfecting his Lucha Libre skills and his cooking abilities, yet surprisingly his indomitable spirit is a match for even the legendary Red Cyclone.
Rufus from 'Street Fighter IV' Rufus
This portly fighter has declared himself America's greatest fighter and uses his own brand of Kung Fu in his decidedly one-sided rivalry with Ken for top dog in the States.

In addition, characters and environments are rendered in stylized 3D, while the game is played in the classic Street Fighter 2D perspective with additional 3D camera flourishes. Six-button controls for the game return, with a host of new special moves and features integrated into the gameplay system. Street Fighter IV brings a brand new fighting game to fans the world over.

Key Game Features:

  • 3D environments and characters.
  • Traditional "2D" Street Fighter six-button gameplay.
  • Classic Street Fighter characters re-imagined for a new generation of gamers, including the original cast of Street Fighter II.
  • New brawlers: female super-spy Crimson Viper, lucha libre wrestler El Fuerte, mixed martial artist Abel and more.
  • New special moves that go beyond any Street Fighter fan's wildest imagination, including Focus Attacks, Super Combos, and the revenge-fueled Ultra Combo system.
  • Amazing locations never seen before in a Street Fighter game.
  • New gameplay elements provide challenges for both newcomers as well as the most seasoned Street Fighter pro.
New Combat Features: Focus Attacks and Ultra Combos
Although Street Fighter IV is designed to draw heavily from past game features in its franchise history, it does offer some stunning new gameplay options. The first of these are Focus Attacks. These moves allow players to absorb the energy from an attack and quickly counter with their own. Used properly, Focus Attacks allow for tremendous flexibility during combat and are the end result of efforts by the game's development team to evolve combat away from the rigid memorization of set combination patterns, giving players the freedom to be creative against opponents. The other new combat feature are new powered up moves called Ultra Combos. Like standard combos their purpose is to unleash maximum damage on an opponent, but unlike the combos of old, when performed correctly these long strings of punches, kicks and moves result in changes to the in-game camera angle and quick cinematics which illustrate the strength of your skills like never before. Taken together, these two new features herald Street Fighter IV as the new king of the fighter genre and a force to be reckoned with for years to come.

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PlayStation 3 Collector's Edition Features Include:
  • Street Fighter IV game for PlayStation 3
  • A limited-edition Ryu figurine
  • "Street Fighter IV: The Ties That Bind," a 65 minute anime movie created by Studio 4C and in Blu-ray format, that sets up the story of Street Fighter IV by explaining events post-SFII.
  • A mini-strategy guide from Prima, written by the same people doing the full-on guide and illustrated by Udon Comics
  • The CD soundtrack
  • Additional downloadable content

Features:
  • Bonus Blu- Ray disc with a 65-minute full-length Anime movie
  • CD soundtrack
  • A collectible Ryu figurine
  • Udon/Prima Hint book
  • 5 downloadable costumes

Customer Reviews:

  • Street IV ROOOOOOOOOCCCCCCKKKS
    I went and pre ordered it on New Years eve while everybody was planning to get drunk lol. Now it comes with a blu ray disc Street Fighter IV the ties that bind gives an alright backstory about the game it's decent but it's not as good as Street Fighter the anime movie from 1994 but better than the Van Dammne flick it felt rushed but it was enjoyable it comes with a Ryu figure that doesn't move were all adults so who cares? The figure is detailed well he's in the hadoken stance. The game I want to know who the h**l picked the Jonass brothers I mean people complain about th 3rd stike theme SF 4 theme is kinda bad but online is a blast game play is classic SF but I when I 1st played it Seth was very cheap and I had to set it on easiest to win the game I pre ordered at gamestop if you pre ordered too if you haven't I haven't I got a SF IV head band I haven't taken & will not take it out of the package. But it's ridiculously expensive now.
    Street Fighter IV standard edition 9/10
    Collectors Edition 10/10 ...more info
  • its alright.
    im not really into fighting type games so i only bought this because of the collectors edition. the game was alright but i did love the extra stuff. one gripe i had was the figurine. ITS TOO SMALL!...more info
  • Great fighting game, nothing else
    I don't think there's anything I can say that hasn't been said about the quality of the fighting in this game. Top notch. No doubt about it. What I like the best is the online play. It's so smooth and seamless, it really takes you back to the good old arcade days.

    I'm not as wowed at the graphics as other people are. When you see the characters up close you can see some blurry textures. And the backgrounds are really nothing special. And if I'm going to nit pick, the backgrounds are a big disappointment. Nobody is assigned a stage. They're all random and none of them are memorable like the ones in Street Fighter 2.

    The anime cut scenes before and after you beat the game are just horrible. Storyline? Is there one? This is supposed to take place between Street Fighter 2 and Street Fighter 3 and yet it does NOTHING to do fill in the gaps between the two. All it does is raise MORE questions by bringing dead characters back and adding new ones. Where'd all these characters go in SF3?

    As far as the "Collectors Edition" goes, it's not really worth the extra money. You get an anime movie which is of the same quality as the cut scenes in the game. It's horrible. I love anime and have seen a lot of it. But this is one of the worst animes I have ever seen in my life. It's worse than the new live action Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun Li movie.

    And then you get a comic book strategy guide that you'll look at once and never again. And a tiny Ryu figure which is kinda cool to look at. And the soundtrack.

    I spent the extra money to get the movie, but the movie is horrible. So if that's your reasoning to buy this collectors edition, save your money and just buy the game....more info
  • Back from the dead
    This game is beautiful. The gameplay is totally 2-D. But the character models themselves made the transition from 2-D to 3-D in stunning fashion. Everyone thought the hand drawn sprites in the old Street Fighter II game were the best graphics ever. Everyone thought that Street Fighter II had some of the best controls made all the more impressive given that each of the original eight characters had different control schemes. Capcom has done it again, creating something that brings back the magic of having impressive graphics, impressive control and memorable game play. Street Fighter has long been one of Capcom's top franchises. The care and quality they put into it is evident from the moment you put the disk in your system.

    Capcom made it their goal to make this a game where people new to the series can just pick up the controller and play with a degree of success, much like in Street Fighter II. While at the same time, Street Fighter pros who really throw themselves into the little nuances of the fighting engine will find a lot here to learn.

    I've played a lot of Street Fighter in my time. But I'm still what you'd call a casual player. I was able to pick up the controller and it was like Street Fighter never went away for an entire decade. But even with my casual playing style, I was able to see that there's a lot of depth to the gameplay that even I've been able to take mild advantage of. While it's highly doubtful you'll ever see a casual player beat a tourney pro, this game really does play to all skill levels.

    Online is the best I've ever seen. I've played against people who the game suggests I have absolutely no connection with. With them, I have some lag, but nothing that ruins the match for me. When you get a person that you actually have a connection with, it's the smoothest I've ever seen an online game run. The only complaint I have is that the game doesn't allow for rematches. It's always nice to have the option to rematch someone who gave you a good battle. But I hear a downloadable patch is on its way from Capcom to correct that. Once it is corrected, even this one gripe will be corrected and your left with the best online experience I've seen in a fighting game.

    Last note, if you only get one fighting game for the current gen systems, this has got to be it. Fighting games literally started with Street Fighter. In my opinion, still no body does it better.
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  • WHERE'S THE 3RD STRIKE CHARACTERS?!
    Dont get me wrong this is a outstanding game but I only give it 1 star because there's nothing but Street Fighter 2 characters on here with the exception of a few Alpha and new characters. Street Fighter franchise in all aspects is the best fighting game of all time and part 3 along with Alpha 3 was the best ever made in my opinion because it stood out and different from the rest. The same with Capcom vs Snk 2 was the best rival game capcom has made. Where's Elena,Ibuki,Makoto,Hugo,Dudley,Akex,Yun and Yang,Remy,Twelve,Q,and Urien,Deejay,Eagle? At least Elena,Ibuki,Makoto,Hugo,Dudley and Eagle should of made the cut. How come Capcom want ever release another version of Fighting Evolution to redeem itself over the disappointing first one? Where's Capcom vs Snk 3? I just hope this game is not the only version and hope to see future upgraded versions with more depth and characters just like in the past with previous Street Fighter games and also hope this is a fresh start from the dead with more rival games in the near future...more info
  • Street Fighter IV Collector's Edition
    I've been a fan of Street Fighter since Street Fighter II. Street Fighter IV is a nostalgic blast from the past that brings the series back to life with enough classic game play combined with new effects and features to have you drooling all over yourself. The collector's edition has a great new movie (that's horribly dubbed) to set up the storyline for the new game. The soundtrack and mini Ryu figurine are nice bonuses too. Definitely a must have for anyone who is a die hard fan of the Street Fighter series. Newbies (or cheapskates) will probably be happy with just the game......more info
  • collector, not so much..
    the game is a great game, back to the old SF2 side to side style of fighting, but i think the collector edition isnt worth it, it came with a dvd and cd, and a mini figurine of ryu, that i somehow managed to break in half...? the dvd is a sequel to the SF2 animated movie that was released some years ago, and the animation style is totally different and there was no blood? i havent listened to the cd at all, and the "guide" that came with it was a picture book, with the new characters special moves... so all in all, the game is awesome, but just the game, so dont get the collector edition...more info