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Old 30th Sep 2009, 15:28   #1
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Games I Own: Street Fighter IV

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Old 30th Sep 2009, 18:06   #2
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They're called fighting games, not beat-em-ups. Those refer to games like Final Fight, Double Dragon or Streets of Rage.
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I'm totally with you, SFII on the SNES was such an defining period of my gaming youth. Capcom have done a fantastic job on Street Fighter 4 and it's a fantastic improvement and complement to the SNES classic.
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It was for me too - I bought it on the Amiga, but it was defining because my parents thought it was too violent and made me take it back and swap it. So, I bought Monkey Island instead.
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They're called fighting games, not beat-em-ups. Those refer to games like Final Fight, Double Dragon or Streets of Rage.
you forgot dynasty warriors and god of war
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If it wasn't for my parents buying me a SNES with Street Fighter 2 Turbo (still have the Sagat v Bison box!) I wouldn't have got into Taekwondo, I wouldn't have got into Anime and it (unintentionally) inspired my music tastes (Alice In Chains & Silverchair).

I love SF, I'll always love Street Fighter and one day I will throw a freakin' Hadoken! It's all about getting my Ki together.
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It was for me too - I bought it on the Amiga, but it was defining because my parents thought it was too violent and made me take it back and swap it. So, I bought Monkey Island instead.

Sooo..they fuelled your Addiction tsktsktsk
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Sooo..they fuelled your Addiction tsktsktsk
They encouraged my passions, just as they did with all my brothers and sisters.
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yeah the late 80's =] fighting games were peaked, lot of double dragon gettin played too.. you remember the later ones like primal rage- all from street fighter
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Street Fighter 2 Turbo & Mortal Kombat 2 = The best fighters in the early 90's.
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It was Street Fighter II: Championship Edition on the Sega Megadrive that fuelled my love for the series.

I've just installed IV on the PC, but am hanging back from playing it until I get an Xbox Pad.

That doesn't stop me going in and drooling over the intro movie, though
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