Yet another game review for the PS3 has been pumped out this week over at our new TTGamer website. Alex has spent a while bashin' it up in the latest addition to the Virtua Fighter series.
Does it hold up to or even surpass its already excellent reputation as one of the top fighting games around? Click here and find out.
There are two types of fans of console fighting games - those that treat them as a fun bit of button mashing, and want as much sparkly stuff as possible, and those who revel in games with strategic depth, learning intricate combination attacks and getting timing down to sub-animation frame times. Virtua Fighter has always appealed more to the latter crowd - while there's some fun to be had pitting a massive wrestler against a seemingly drunk Chinese chap, it's only in the hands of experts that said drunken chap will twirl around on his head, kicking seven shades of brown stuff out of the wrestler. Unless, of course, the wrestler is also being used by an expert, in which case it's anyone's fight.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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