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Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Online Edition- Xbox 360

Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Online Edition- Xbox 360
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Oct, 2014

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Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Online Edition‏ Review

 

Street Fighter III is notorious in the fighting game scene for being a pretty divisive game. On one hand you have those who believe that it's not a “real” Street Fighter game, and that it's something else entirely that just so happens to have Ryu, Ken...

When you break it down to the fundamentals, Street Fighter III ends up being a lot of things. It’s a shame that the online portion of this “Online Edition” seems to be somewhat broken right now, and it would have been nice to see some sort of online...

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Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Online Edition Playtest – Striking Down the Barriers to Entry

 

One of the primary additions to 3rd Strike is the Trial Mode. Challenges are designed to help the player understand the parry system and the way certain characters work.

3. The challenges that appear onscreen vary from mode to mode. For example; Versus has different challenges than Arcade.

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Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Online Edition

 

In space, no one hears your hyperbole.

Fluid, deep, fast, balanced combat augmented by a great parry system and sweet combos. As precise and demanding as fighting games get. A plethora of off- and online options. Large fighter roster

Steep learning curve, tough to master, dated graphics despite HD retooling

Exceptional.

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