A Gamer’s Thoughts: What’s Wrong With Street Fighter IV

Whut up folks! Unit here bringing you some of my thoughts as a gamer. I’ll be posting up these videos from time to time discussing whatever’s on my mind from the world of gaming. To start things off, I wanted talk about a little known (or maybe not so little known) problem in the recently released “Street Fighter 4″ … I think most of you that’ve played the game will know what I’m talking about. Now Some of you may agree with I say, some may not. But whatever the case, feel free to leave a comment below and let yourself be heard. Peep the video and enjoy!

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7 Responses to “A Gamer’s Thoughts: What’s Wrong With Street Fighter IV”

  1. 2.o on February 25th, 2009 2:49 pm

    So .. when I finally got to Seth on my first time going through the game it took me over an hour to beat him on easy…. not medium … easier. I’m not the best fighter, but still … it’s easy for christ’s sakes. Here’s how the most heartbreaking part went down… after about 45 min I finally looked like I had a chance, and got him down to the smallest little sliver of life, and he still managed to beat me even though I had almost half my life left. Then, about 20 min later, I almost had him … I was so close that I managed to end with a damn double KO in the 3rd round, which, in case you’re wondering, is a draw, in his favor - so I lost. At the same time, I do feel like after all the practice put in fighting him that I really improved my skills, almost substantially, but it was still totally a bitch.

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  2. MarkyX on February 25th, 2009 3:20 pm

    Funny story, yesterday I beat Seth on the hardest difficulty using Balrog. His behavior doesn’t change a bit.

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  3. Andrew on February 25th, 2009 3:27 pm

    I got an easy way — the computer sucks at avoiding Cammy’s hooligan grab on wakeup. I spammed the shit out of that to beat that stuff and get perfects — also to beat Seth.

    Also he should have mentioned all the Ken’s online, and the ragequit disconnecting. That’s also what’s wrong with Street Fighter 4. Though I’m hearing ragequitting in the next update is going to count as a loss — so that’s a plus.

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    UnitDaGamer Reply:

    @Andrew,
    I here you on that, and it’s something i was gonna address at a later time.

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  4. DaveDaGamer on February 25th, 2009 4:39 pm

    Anyone who says that they didn’t have problems with this guy is lying. You can’t fight him normally. You have to resort to cheap tactics. But in a way it makes sense. He’s a robot that copies moves. He wants to learn your moves and use it against you with more power.

    BUT JEEZAZ CHRIST!!! DAMN I did my ULTRA SUPER… and he DID his SUPER… but I DID mine FIRST! BUT.. BUT…

    I can’t type anymore.

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  5. furiouslee on February 25th, 2009 10:25 pm

    Here is the easiest way to beat SF4 on the hardiest setting. Simply pick Zangief put the rounds to 1 and the time on 30 seconds now all you have to do is spin away, the computer is helpless to the mighty spin. Some rounds I got hit once by the computer almost got perfects. Would you believe that!!!

    60pt achievement for doing this!

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  6. Sir-G on February 25th, 2009 11:15 pm

    AMEN TO THAT! I never saw or smelt so much cheese in my life until I fought that bastard!

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