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Thursday, March 12, 2009

Capcom's Official Street Fighter IV Training Manual

It’s been a good couple of weeks since I’ve played Street Fighter IV on the PS3 since its release. You will find that most of the shops either online or retail have actually sold out this game! The only ones available is the Collectors Edition but really for £30+ difference why would you pay for the figurines? They aren’t poseable anyway. So why weren’t they made poseable in the first place? Who knows…

Anyway you start off with the game with 8 character of each side (good & bad) and you unlock the characters by completing in arcade mode with each of the specific characters.

Completing arcade mode with Ryu, you unlock Sakura.
Completing arcade mode with Sakura, you unlock Dan.
Completing arcade mode with Chun-li, you unlock Gen.
Completing arcade mode with Abel, you unlock Fei Long.
Completing arcade mode with C. Viper, you unlock Cammy.
Completing arcade mode with M. Bison, you unlock Rose.

That leaves 3 empty spaces for other characters (Akuma, Gouken, and Seth) to unlock.

To unlock Akuma you have finish arcade mode without losing a round with at least getting the same number of perfects to the number of rounds you’re playing as well as perform at least an Ultra. You can tell if you’re going to be facing off with Akuma. Right after fighting with your rival character you will hear Akuma’s grunt signalling that after your fight with Seth you will face him.

Once that is done you move on to Gouken and Seth. Now this part I’m not so sure of because I haven’t been able to unlock Gouken yet. Dang it!

To get Gouken you have to also finish arcade mode without losing a round with at least getting the same number of perfects to the number of rounds you’re playing as well as perform at least 3 times of Supers/Ultras (so if you’re playing 1 round games you need at least 3 Supers/Ultras). Also get first attack at least 5 times. Beat Seth ofcourse then Gouken will appear.

As for Seth this is a pretty easy one. You just have to finish arcade mode for each of the characters within the game.

Anyway Capcom has been nice enough to release an official training manual for the games so if you’re keen on it, click here to get a copy of it. It's free and 100% legit!

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