Ultra Street Fighter IV
The definitive version of Street Fighter IV, but not the best until its technical problems are solved.
Ultra Street Fighter 2's pedigree can't make up for its shortcomings, or justify its price tag
If you haven't played Ultra Street Fighter IV yet, this Game of the Year-style edition for PlayStation 4 is what you've been waiting for. SF4 gets kicked up to 1080p at 60 fps and includes all of the available DLC for a mere $24.99. If you already own all the content on PC, skip it, but it's a solid upgrade for console players.
A definitive version of a classic, though its new content leaves much to be desired.
Ultra Street Fighter IV for the PS4 is the comprehensive, definitive edition of one of the best fighting games around. While you might want to be the competitive type if you plan to play, there's something here for the warrior in everyone. Just be wary of early launch bugs.
Ultra Street Fighter IV should feel like the finished, definitive product on PS4, but it's incredibly hard to justify double, triple or even quadruple-dipping for long term fans when Street Fighter V is so close and this port is so poor in quality.
Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers may be a bit pricey – but it's the same gorgeous fighting game as always. The graphics is beautiful and the mechanics is almost perfect.
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There's nothing much that can be said about this game that hasn't already been said. It is a fantastic fighting game that still holds up to this day. It means something when it is the showcase game for EVO, the fighting game world championship
The added characters and backgrounds, as well as the rebalanced gameplay and features do an excellent job of rounding out the final package. Regardless of how many other versions of "Street Fighter 4" are available on other systems, "Ultra Street Fighter IV" is by far the king of them all.
It's true that if you own a PS4, played Street Fighter a while back and fancy returning to it, Ultra Street Fighter IV isn't a bad purchase: it gives you a lot of gameplay for the money and, at a base level is great to play – or will be once updates have been disseminated which fix the more glaring bugs. But the game's core audience is more or less guaranteed to own it already on PS3 or Xbox 360, and it would be well advised to stick to those versions of the game. Even in this day and age, it seems, porting is still a minefield.