The series that started it all is back, and ready to stand triumphant again. From the renowned team at SEGA-AM2, led by Virtua Fighter and Shenmue creator Yu Suzuki, comes the next sequel to the premier fighting franchise -- Virtua Fighter 4. This new version of the definitive hand-to-hand martial arts sim is set to arrive on PlayStation 2 in spring 2002. The game is still in development, but we wanted to give you a taste of what is to come based on our preliminary details.
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Customer Reviews for Virtua Fighter 4 - Used
Review 1 for Virtua Fighter 4 - Used
Best game for PS2
Location: New York, NY
This game is perfect for: hardcore gamers
This was one of the most awesome games for PS2. You have to fight to beat the game. it is an awesome game. GET ITQ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Virtua Fighter 4 is a game that appeals to fans of arcade style fighting games. The controls are highly responsive which makes the game easy to pickup and learn to play. The in game graphics are rather good for the time. And, I’d enjoyed my single run through the arcade mode as Pai for the most part. The later bouts start to show the parry system at work which I didn’t even attempt to use. You can win arcade mode on the beginner level using a combination of rushing opponents, kicking opponents into submission, or allowing them to throw the first punch and responding with a devastating combo when they miss. The bonus stage though proved far too much for me. I was easily defeated by the A.I. without landing a single blow.
I kind of knew what I was getting into when purchasing this game at my local Gamestop. I was getting mid 1990's graphics, mid 1990's sounds and gameplay. Now I'm not to terribly disappointed that I bought this game, it's just a little "cheese ball" for my tastes. The game is pretty straight forward, easy to use controller button commands, just like one may remember with these type of games in the late 80's to early 90's at the video arcade, definitely this game has "arcade" written all over it. I don't know if the adults will enjoy this, but I'm sure the little kids will.