Ultra Street Fighter IV Crack/Patch

Ultra Street Fighter IV The series evolves to a whole new level with Ultra Street Fighter IV for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC. Continuing the tradition of excellence the series is known for, five new characters and six new stages have been added for even more fighting mayhem, with rebalanced gameplay and original modes topping off this offering.

Download Ultra Street Fighter IV Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 84 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1463
Genre Fighting, 3D, Action, 2D
Players 1-2
Company / Developer
Capcom / Capcom

Ultra Street Fighter IV reviews ( 7 )

mykka, Jun 2, 2017

By far the best iteration of Street Fighter 4, Ultra comes with several extra characters that add a new dynamic to the game, as well as a few extra features. If you're undecided of which version to pick, this is the one!

Ninja-Puffs, Sep 10, 2014

I gotta say. Every characters all are epically awesome. Its great that they even added some more of the classic characters to this IV ultra. I truly enjoyed playing this ultra edition of the game. I will still give this a fairly high rating even though it has some bugs.

kureashion, Aug 19, 2014

The mechanics are great, the characters are great too but the netcode on the PC version is pathetic so far. Since the transaction from GFWL to steamworks we had this problem but when the game updated to USFIV it intensified.

TwoEars, Jul 20, 2015

As a long term Street Fighter fan I have to say that this is a very childish and shallow game. SF2 is a pretty simple game by today's standard, but it was state of the art at the time and had a cool and tense martial arts feel to it. SF3A and SF3 Third Strike were more "cartoony", but both those games had incredibly deep fighting mechanics which you could spend years honing, exploring and perfecting. In comparison to these previous games USF4 is a shallow game with nerfed chains, slow animations, cheap grappling moves, stupid "revenge" mechanics and very badly balanced characters. In Street Fighter Alpha 3 each character had 2-3 super moves, and each super move had 3 different power levels which you charged up as the fight went on. This led to an incredibly deep experience with lots of room for tactical play. Now in SF4 each character only has one super available at any one time and you charge it by getting hit, that's right.. you earn the ability to unleash this single special move by playing badly and getting hit. It leads to a very stupid experience which doesn't reward skilled players. I recommend playing Street Fighter Alpha 3 or Virtual Fighter 5 instead.

CharcoalBurst, Aug 9, 2014

Well, this is the ultimate version of Street Fighter IV. This game features five more characters and stages, most of them copy-pasted from Street Fighter X Tekken as well as some balance updates too. You know what Street Fighter IV is all about, granted you've not been living in a cave with Gollum for the past 5 years. This is simply the most played versus fighting game online (ever ?). The community is really active, so you always find an opponent online which is a cool thing with games that mostly rely on the multiplayer modes (Too bad King Of Fighters XIII Steam Edition is only haunted by a few ghosts by the way). There are several "problems" with this game/dlc as of now: - You have to pay about 15$ to update a 5 years old game. "Next-gen" consoles have been out for about a year now. Couldn't they just develop Street Fighter V with updated graphics, new mechanics and REALLY new characters ? - There are some balance problems with some overpowered characters like T. Hawk who is the perfect example right now. Guess it will be fixed with a forthcoming update. People who bought all the costumes DLC on GWFL were screwed with the Steamworks transition. They're pricy as hell ! - The netcode is a disaster since the Steamworks transition. Don't try to improve your ranking right now, you could be crushed by a beginner because of the lag. This is a shame since SSFIVAE had been on Steam for about 4 months, they could have fixed the netcode during that period and even more pathetic since the multiplayer modes at the core of this game. Capcom are working on it. Let's hope it works. - The OST is disgusting to me. As a SNK fan, that music just feels bland, random. Not catchy at all. I'd have given this game a 8/10 if it weren't for the crappy netcode issues. With a good netcode only the crappy music, the cash cow DLC thing and the 5 year old graphics engine would help this game from becoming the perfect Street Fighter game.

GamerJesus, Sep 13, 2014

Should have been a free patch. I already own SFxT and multiple copies of SSF4AE - I'm upset that I had to buy this game again to access these characters. New characters are from SFxT (or use the Cammy model with some tweaks). Hold out for Mega-Super-Duper-Streetfighter IV Turbo Hyper Fighting Champions Edition. Capcom hates its loyal customers.

supergaz02, Nov 22, 2014

this game is the worst piece of crap i have ever played there is no instructions as to the rules and combos are almost impossible it lag and i have an intel core i5 processor