Nintendo recently let loose the 3DS on a room brimming with curious journalists feasting for a fight, so thankfully, Super Street Fighter IV 3D was there to sate our violent appetites. Were we victorious, or did we simply take a beatdown in one extra dimension?
"If you’re so involved in pulling off special moves and giving your opponent a satisfying smackdown in the course of a minute or so, do you care whether the game is in 3D or not? That’s up for debate until more of the game is playable. But personally, I only noted that I was fighting in 3D during about 10 percent of the matches I was playing. When I did relax enough to enjoy the 3D experience, it was when I used the pre-canned moves highlighted on the touch-screen. When you get the game home, you can program the moves you’d like to make onto easily executable screen-taps. These four sectors of a the touch screen are used to pull off moves – including the more intricate, acrobatic combos - that play out at a tap of the stylus."
Punc h through the screen and read up on our Super Street Fighter IV 3D Preview.