"I was first introduced to the Street Fighter series at the ripe age of 9 with the release of "Super Street Fighter 2" on the Super Nintendo in 1993. The game was met with universal praise amongst gamers, as we did not have a console fighter quite like it. Sure there were your beat-em-up games like "Final Fight" but nothing quite as balanced, fluid and fun as Street Fighter. 16 years and countless iterations later, we finally have a true sequel. "But what about Street Fighter 3?" you might ask. That game was not released on such a wide and universal audience as both Street Fighter 2 and Street Fighter IV were. That is why I referred to Street Fighter IV as a "true" sequel. Read on for my impressions of the game."