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Fighting game Street Fighter IV introduces a new system called Focus Attacks, as well as Ultra Moves.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Hiroki Takahashi Hiroki Takahashi ... Ryu (voice)
Kyle Hebert ... Ryu (voice)
Yûji Kishi Yûji Kishi ... Ken Masters (voice)
Reuben Langdon ... Ken Masters (voice)
Fumiko Orikasa ... Chun-Li (voice)
Laura Bailey ... Chun-Li (voice)
Hiroki Yasumoto Hiroki Yasumoto ... Guile (voice)
Travis Willingham ... Guile (voice)
Yûji Ueda ... Blanka (voice)
Taliesin Jaffe ... Blanka / Adon (voice) (as Talis Axelrod)
Daisuke Egawa Daisuke Egawa ... Dhalsim (voice)
Christopher Bevins ... Dhalsim (voice)
Yoshikazu Nagano Yoshikazu Nagano ... E. Honda (voice)
John Snyder ... E. Honda (voice) (as Joe DiMucci)
Kenta Miyake Kenta Miyake ... Zangief (voice)
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Storyline

Street Fighter IV takes place several months after the events of Street Fighter II (thus is chronologically set between Street Fighter II and III). After M.Bison's survival from his encounter with Akuma, the S.I.N. corporation organized another fighting tournament in order to draw out the most powerful fighters on Earth in order to compile their fighting data for nefarious purposes.

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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese | English

Release Date:

17 February 2009 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital | Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Incarnations are Street Fighter 4, Super Street Fighter 4, Super Street Fighter 4: Arcade Edition and Ultra Street Fighter 4. See more »

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In the Street Fighter IV Trailer with Chun-Li explaining the storyline we see Chun-Li and a group of cooks taking a group photo together. The camera used has an LCD but the LCD on Digital Cameras hasn't been introduced in 1993/1994 (the date of Street fighter 2 and 4) it was introduced in 1995. See more »

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Ryu: The answer lies in the heart of battle.
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The Next Door
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A great game with some flaws
17 November 2018 | by jnicol-69288See all my reviews

This game is really fun and has some stylish yet practical menus. I really enjoy the graphics and the framerate is impeccable. The intro is pure quality, perhaps even at a Persona-intro quality.

It does have some flaws, though. The anime cutscenes are well animated but the audio is where it fails. The English voice over is bad and not in sync with the characters' mouths.

Another negative quality occurs for those who are beginners. The gameplay is really hard to pick up.

Overrall the game is worth it if you are ready to make a commitment.


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