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Street Fighter IV Pre-order for PC @ Amazon for £17.96

£17.96 @ Amazon
Amazon currently have Street Fighter IV available for Pre-order on PC Note: release date is approx June 30th 2009! "Here comes a new challenger!" You could also buy the XBOX 360 controller for… Read More
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
Amazon currently have Street Fighter IV available for Pre-order on PC
Note: release date is approx June 30th 2009!

"Here comes a new challenger!"

You could also buy the XBOX 360 controller for PC @ Amazon for £17.99:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Xbox-360-Wired-Controller-WINDOWS/dp/B000BK4C80/

Cheapest I could find both.

Enjoy! ..
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banned#1
I got this on 360 and its great http://weddingepisode.com/imgs/signature_excuse1.jpg
#2
Cant wait for it to come out on the pc.
Hows online play?

Had it pre-ordered from game.. moved to Amazon as its alot cheaper.
#3
I have a bad feeling that the PC version of this is going to be completely crippled online by macro/hack spamming kiddies, it is pretty much the perfect game for noobs to cheat at...
#4
Got the wireless PC controller from Amazon for £28 a couple of months back. Roughly the same prices as the Xbox 360 version but it comes with the USB wireless receiver included too! (Plus you can use it as an additional Xbox 360 controller, if you have one)
#5
awesome....... cant wait, was going to buy an 360 just for this game but may need to get an upto date pc instead.... :)
#6
DontRun
Got the wireless PC controller from Amazon for £28 a couple of months back. Roughly the same prices as the Xbox 360 version but it comes with the USB wireless receiver included too! (Plus you can use it as an additional Xbox 360 controller, if you have one)


Seriously people think, please.

The Xbox 360 has far and away the worst D-Pad for any console, many 360 owners have been contemplating getting arcade sticks specifically for this game!

If anything I'd at least recommend the PS3 wireless controller instead. It's got Bluetooth so it should connect to most PCs and crucially, has a much better D-Pad, essential for fighting games like SF.
#7
The 360 D-pad really isn't that bad for this game, in fact I prefer it over the PS3 pad for some odd reason, but I have the Madcatz TE Fightstick which I hope will work for the PC version.
#8
is it so hard for Capcom to add achievements?

#9
GreyScale
I have a bad feeling that the PC version of this is going to be completely crippled online by macro/hack spamming kiddies, it is pretty much the perfect game for noobs to cheat at...
Agreed :/ there'll be one button presses for specials and ultras, throws, etc. Unless they put some rigorous anti-cheat systems in play I can't see a fighter being very fair online on pc.
#10
Xeijin
Seriously people think, please.

The Xbox 360 has far and away the worst D-Pad for any console, many 360 owners have been contemplating getting arcade sticks specifically for this game!

If anything I'd at least recommend the PS3 wireless controller instead. It's got Bluetooth so it should connect to most PCs and crucially, has a much better D-Pad, essential for fighting games like SF.


Show me how you can connect a PS3 Dual Shock Controller to a PC & I'll be impressed, it wont even charge from a standard USB :?:
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mrpipster
Show me how you can connect a PS3 Dual Shock Controller to a PC & I'll be impressed, it wont even charge from a standard USB :?:


a quick youtube search found this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gzgyKXApdoI

there's probably better tutorials on youtube.
#12
the xbox d pad just dont work with street fighter , the ps3 d pad just about works
#13
K1LLER HORNET
a quick youtube search found this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gzgyKXApdoI

there's probably better tutorials on youtube.


You legend :) Have some rep for saving me money on a Xbox crossfire adapter..
#14
soap_box;4589839
Agreed :/ there'll be one button presses for specials and ultras, throws, etc. Unless they put some rigorous anti-cheat systems in play I can't see a fighter being very fair online on pc.


I agree. Though it's nice that Capcom actually cater for the PC audience.
I was reading that the hardware in the arcade cabinets wasn't particularly high spec so hopefully it will run well on modest hardware.

I already have it on 360 of course :) The d-pad isn't that bad.
#15
mrpipster
Show me how you can connect a PS3 Dual Shock Controller to a PC & I'll be impressed, it wont even charge from a standard USB :?:
I've not tried connecting a PS3 controller to the PC but the controller will definitely charge via a PC usb port. You have to install the controller first by plugging it into a usb port via a standard usb cable. This is done automatically by following the onscreen prompts, you don't need a driver cd. Once installed, the controller will start charging.

If you want to use a PS3 controller on the PC,my suggestion is to go with a PS2 controller as it has less issues and you won't disturb the PS3 console while using it (the PS3 controller will). It's very easy and my son has been using a PS2 controller on his PC for ages. Here's how you do it.....

1. PS2 controller required.

2. Buy a 'Smartjoy Plus PS2 to usb adapter', available here for £10 including delivery....... http://www.consolesandgadgets.co.uk/catalog/smartjoy-plus-the-ultimate-usb-adapter-p-1568.html

You might get sent the 'Super Joy Box 3 Pro' as a substitute if the Smartjoy is out of stock, as I was.

3. Connect the PS2 controller to the adapter and connect the adapter to a usb port on your pc, then follow the onscreen prompts to install.

4. Once it's installed, go to Control Panel on your PC and click on 'Game Controllers' and the PS2 controller should show up there. You can then check that the buttons and analogue sticks are functioning properly, which they should do if the install went okay (which it should do).

5. Start up any PC game that you want to use the PS2 controller on and you can remap the buttons in-game...... Voila!
#16
Good deal, hope the game is worthy enough for the PC and not crippled like GTA IV.

Long time to wait until July to receive this...
#18
Xeijin
Seriously people think, please.

The Xbox 360 has far and away the worst D-Pad for any console, many 360 owners have been contemplating getting arcade sticks specifically for this game!

If anything I'd at least recommend the PS3 wireless controller instead. It's got Bluetooth so it should connect to most PCs and crucially, has a much better D-Pad, essential for fighting games like SF.



I dont understand whats so bad about the 360 dpad. I used to play doa 4 loads and found it great.
#19
Xbox 360 Wired controller is decent for PC. Grid works very well with the controller.

K1LLER HORNET> Cheers for the youtube link, according to the comments... the drivers dont work under vista 64.... im sure most don't have vista 64... so its very useful for them.

Never played on a ps3.. or used a ps3 controller .. can't really comment on the "which is better?" question.
#20
5nowman
Xbox 360 Wired controller is decent for PC. Grid works very well with the controller.


It is....but not for Street Fighter 4, it just isn't precise enough. If you aren't used to it then pulling off special moves is an exercise in frustration, never mind all those complicated split-second combos.

You can get used to it after a while, but it can't compete with a decent joystick or purpose-built pad really. Hence why the Madcatz sticks are going for £300 plus on ebay right now.
#21
5nowman
Xbox 360 Wired controller is decent for PC. Grid works very well with the controller.

K1LLER HORNET> Cheers for the youtube link, according to the comments... the drivers dont work under vista 64.... im sure most don't have vista 64... so its very useful for them.

Never played on a ps3.. or used a ps3 controller .. can't really comment on the "which is better?" question.


i'm running Vista x64 :roll:

maybe worth a shot trying to run under compatability mode & administrator if u have Vista x64...

wonder if it would work on Windows 7 x64 :whistling:
choice is either Vista x64 or Win7 x64 on my PC :)
#22
empyphil
I dont understand whats so bad about the 360 dpad. I used to play doa 4 loads and found it great.


Two things:

1. It's imprecise, mainly because its a single piece of plastic which essentially tilts in the direction its pressed. DoA maybe but pulling off ridiculous combos in SF is a no-no (see youtube vids)

2. Placement, for me at least it feels uncomfortable. It's a similar thing with complaints about the placement of the PS3/PS2 analogue sticks. For fighting games I think it's just worth investing in a decent pad or arcade stick.
#23
2 days left!!!

i'm so happy lol.. finally.
#24
expiring this.. site says in stock, customer service say its not...

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