Virtua Fighter 4 PS2 Review

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Michael Geiger, Mar 15, 2002.

  1. Michael Geiger

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  2. paul h

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    Even Gamespot gave it 9.3 [​IMG]
     
  3. Frederick

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    Hmmm ... I may have to pick this one up. I was never really into "real" fighting games, like Virtua Fighter and Tekken. I was always into games like the Street Fighter series with fireballs and dragon punches. Maybe I was too lazy in the past to actually "learn" a character, or picked one long enough to master it. I thought I'd give Dead or Alive a try, but this looks like it'll be more gratifying for single-play ...

    Freddy C.
     
  4. BrianB

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    Frederick, there's a really nice addition to VF4 - the ability to build/train your own AI fighter. A programming mate of mine *loves* it.
     
  5. Oscar_R

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    I hope it's better than part 3, that version just sucked the life out of that series.

    Very fond memories of version 1 and 2 though.
     
  6. Morgan Jolley

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    VF3 was more of a departure from the series on purpose. They wanted to try some new things, but that screwed it up, so they went back to the original stuff.
     
  7. Sean Oneil

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    I thought that VF3 was great in the arcades.
     

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