‘Ultra Street Fighter IV’ Review: Growing Tired, But Still Strong

There’s only one way to perform a Sonicboom, Flashkick or the myriad of maneuvers in the “Street Fighter” series, but somehow, someway, Capcom continues to find ways to spice up the tried and true gameplay in “Ultra Street Fighter 4.”

Easily accessible, but quietly refined, tactical and deep, “Ultra Street Fighter 4” is arguably one of the best fighting games on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

Regardless, it’s kind of hard to argue that this game may strike many as a way to make some quick cash at the end of a console generation. Lets be fair here- it’s been more than a half decade since “Street Fighter 4” was released and over four years since “Super Street Fighter IV” hit store shelves, so a brand new “Street Fighter” came makes more sense than a revamped edition. But after playing a few rounds it’s hard to deny how much fun “Ultra Street Fighter IV” actually is.

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