Another day, another few hours practicing my Hadouken.
Ah, Street Fighter. For years, your were almost identical to Dragon Ball Z to me. Men and women with abnormally muscular thighs fighting each other. Again, I was wrong. Street Fighter was one of the first games to utilize moving the arcade stick in certain sequences to execute a special move, and to this day is played religiously by several people. As far as "parental" values go... Perhaps you have not noticed, but this is, in fact, a fighting game. Skimpy costumes and, well, fighting are expected. Moving on, this is another example of the fighting genre being revived, bringing back classics like Chun Li, the Chinese police woman, Ryu, the Goku of the entire series, and Guile, the army man, while bringing in new characters, suck as Juri, the mysterious Korean fighting style spy, and Hakan, the Turkish Oil Wrestler. Every character has their own story, and every story has its own part to play in the giant scale of the Street Fighter universe, but...The story mode is a joke. Yeah. It's not that good. Anyway, it does bring back the Barrel Smashing and Car Demolition modes, which are barrels of fun! PUN. INTENDED. Multiplayer is excellent. I have experienced no lag, and the ability to see others fight and study their moves is a dream come true. Now, if you do get this game, prepare to invest time into practicing, and you may want to buy a good Arcade Stick, or Fight Pad at the least. Anyway, that's all for this review! Thanks for reading, and remember, practice, practice, practice!