Street Fighter IV (2008)

by Christopher
4 minutes read


A landmark release, Street Fighter IV successfully revitalizes a classic franchise with modern flair, solidifying its legacy as a cornerstone of the fighting game genre.


Rediscovering the Art of Fighting with Street Fighter IV


Capcom’s Street Fighter IV brings the series back to its roots, infusing classic Street Fighter II fighting mechanics with the latest advancements in gaming technology.


Introducing newcomers like Abel, C.Viper, Rufus, El Fuerte, and Gouken, the game expands the Street Fighter universe while maintaining its core essence.


The game is celebrated for its fluid mechanics, including the introduction of the Ultra Combo system and the Focus Attack, enhancing both accessibility and depth.

Reception and Critiscism

With universal acclaim, Street Fighter IV was lauded for revitalizing the fighting genre, though it faced some criticism for its online matchmaking system.


As a pivotal title in the fighting game community, Street Fighter IV stands as a testament to Capcom’s commitment to the genre, blending tradition with innovation.

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