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X-Play Recommends: Super Street Fighter IV

Posted: October 12, 2010
X-Play Recommends: Super Street Fighter IV
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Super Street Fighter IV adds characters Juri and Hakan along with 8 others, improvements to returning ones, all-new stories in Arcade Mode, and revamped online modes, and in this X-Play Recommends, Adam Sessler takes a look.

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  • Finelikewine49

    ok i know this is extremely nerdy to do and i know this is an old video. I just want to throw out the fact that guile is in upper A tier on all tier lists that are made and the tier lists were out when the game came out. Even if that was not the case almost any fighting game player knows you can get a top 3 finish in a tournament with any character as long as practice and put your mind to it......so why don't the writers catch on?...This was also the case in a game like 3rd strike where tier lists were more important....However, even on some other videos the x play staff seems to be out of touch with common knowledge with street fighter and other fighting games. They seem focused more on casual fighting game players...yet members and producers for example matt keil seem to really understand and enjoy the game...so i dunno whats going on here

    Posted: October 18, 2010 7:48 PM
  • Finelikewine49

    ok i know this is extremely nerdy to do and i know this is an old video. I just want to throw out the fact that guile is in upper A tier on all tier lists that are made and the tier lists were out when the game came out. Even if that was not the case almost any fighting game player knows you can get a top 3 finish in a tournament with any character as long as practice and put your mind to it......so why don't the writers catch on?...This was also the case in a game like 3rd strike where tier lists were more important....However, even on some other videos the x play staff seems to be out of touch with common knowledge with street fighter and other fighting games. They seem focused more on casual fighting game players...yet members and producers for example matt keil seem to really understand and enjoy the game...so i dunno whats going on here

    Posted: October 18, 2010 7:46 PM
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