PC owners looking to do some fighting on the streets for cheap can take advantage of this deal from Gamersgate. There is currently a saving of around a fiver over the next best offer coming from Base and its affiliates.
This one really is either for newcomers who have yet to play the fourth iteration of the series, or for die-hard completest fans, as the Arcade Edition adds to the roster of available characters as well as some balancing tweaks to the combat. That said, at under £15 it’s a tempting price for anyone to grab the definitive version of the latest Street Fighter. Thanks to softpurple @ HUKD!
Until Mario Kart 7, this is probably the best excuse for a social game to play at StreetPass meetings. If you've been holding out for a little while, there's really no excuse for not picking it up now it's under a tenner, with the nearest competition hovering around £13. Be quick, though, as this del goes off of the table at midnight tonight.
The price continues to fall for the 3DS entry of the Street Fighter series with it reaching its lowest point yet. 3DS owners looking to take advantage will be able to save themselves just over £2 with this offer from ShopTo.
As well as the usual suspects and expected high quality of fighting gameplay, the 3DS version includes a collectable meta-game using the Street Pass feature, online and local multiplayer over Wi-Fi, over-the-shoulder camera action to mix things up presentation-wise, game sharing capability (so friends without a copy can still play with you), and spectator modes. Oh, and there might be some sort of 3D feature, or something. Thanks to Rhys135 @ HUKD!
This week’s Midweek Munchies deal from Direct2Drive brings the fourth iteration of the Street Fighter franchise to a very tempting price point. The offer means you can save over £2.50 in comparison to the next cheapest retailer over at CDWow. That said, those of you looking for an arguably ‘complete’ and ‘definitive’ edition may want to spend an extra tenner on the Super Arcade Edition (click here for the prices.) However, for under a tenner this is a great deal for those wanting some beat-em-up action on their gaming rigs, from what many are calling the pinnacle of the fighting genre this generation.
Here we go again: another iteration of Street Fighter IV. The first one was good. The Super edition was better. And now the "arcade edition" (also available as DLC via the Xbox Live Marketplace) is here to add a few more characters and loads of balancing tweaks to make the experience even more subtle and nuanced.
Rejoice, ye fans - and newcomers who can buy this latest version in all its finely-tuned glory. But if you already own SSFIV and aren't a die-hard fanatic, this may be a re-release too far.