• Publisher: CAPCOM
  • Genre: Arcade
  • Device: iPhone
  • Size: 469.4 MB
  • Version: 1.05.02
  • Price: $4.99
  • Average User Rating: 4.2 (58)
App description: Important Notice:
Functionality is not guaranteed on devices that are updated to iOS 8.

Fixes for Ver.1.05.02
Fixes a bug that occurred with the card list and replay data when updating from Ver1.05.00 to Ver1.05.01 on the iPhone 5S, iPad Air, and iPad mini (2nd generation). By updating to this version, the game data will be restored on devices where this bug occurred. Note that in some cases, the game data cannot be restored and will be formatted.
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New Feature Battle Network is Added:
Team up with your friends and entry the Tournaments on Battle Network.
Once you signed up in a team, you can enjoy team vs. team battle and in-team ranking!
You can now share the replay data, plus you can view the characters winning percentage against each character!
*Please note that when you do update, replay data from the original version will be deleted.

Wi-Fi Match is Available
As many users expected, Wi-Fi match is finally available!
Even if you are playing on your own, someone from far distance can break in!!

New Characters
In addition to the characters in previous version, Balrog, M. Bison, Cody, Sakura, Makoto, FeiLong and Yun are playable!
There are 22 characters overall!

Training Mode
You can train your avatar using SPs you gained from the fights or bingo.
The ability of my avatar changes depending on icons or status.
Even if you are not very confident playing fighting game, you can win by your style of combination!
Create your own mighty avatar!

Touchpad
Capcom improved its original visual pad technology.
Operability is even more improved!


**PLEASE NOTE**
Required OS and compatible devices for Street Fighter IV VOLT are below.
iOS requirement: iOS 4.2 or better
Device requirement: iPhone 3GS / iPhone 4 / iPhone 4S
iPod touch 3rd (32GB and 64GB), 4th
We have confirmed that this application will run on iPad and iPad 2, but this title is not designed as an iPad or iPad 2 application.

ImNoSuperMan's comments:



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To unlock Akuma,
you must either:

1) play 100 online games
2) beat Akuma with every character
- you can play on any skill level
- you cannot set the matches to one round


If anybody asks how to unlock him, send them here, then slap them in the face for not checking the first page.
05-29-2012, 05:12 AM
There are wierd customs in japan. One of my gaming friends (used to play SSF4 competitively) told me that Japanese found it disrespectful beating up corpse after the fight has ended (think versus series, or even in Arcade Mode when you can still FADC and use normals after you win)
05-29-2012, 08:39 AM
Joined: Jan 2012
Location: Leonel's creepy roommate
Posts: 1,069
Quote:
Originally Posted by HarlequinRogue View Post
There are wierd customs in japan. One of my gaming friends (used to play SSF4 competitively) told me that Japanese found it disrespectful beating up corpse after the fight has ended (think versus series, or even in Arcade Mode when you can still FADC and use normals after you win)
Pfff....I remember the SF4 days when nearly all pro Japanese players would hit a corpse post-KO (especially Mago).
These lot need to get over it.

GC: The Xion
Team: Denjin Dojo
Hate: Rage Quitters and SP Assist
My vid: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T4H4DPnvtso

05-29-2012, 11:29 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by DROQQA View Post
Ggs Jibba, let's finish the set one of these next couple nights!
Quote:
Originally Posted by DuysterTheBeast View Post
good games Jibba. Always fun for me to play with you. lets me have some more yoga lessons later
Good games guys. I'm trying to re-learn Sim after playing Abel almost exclusively for over a month. It's been a fun process and I've been doing well, but I always seem to choke against really good players, particularly TAers. I need to get back over that mental hump. They were definitely exciting matches though.

And ggs hieu.

GC ID: Jibba Junior.
05-29-2012, 12:34 PM
Joined: Nov 2010
Location: Asmara, Eritrea
Posts: 1,730
Good games Nash, it was great bumping in to you today Fun matches, your chun li gave me a lot of trouble):

Aid is like a pill that numbs the pain, if you take it too often you get addicted. President Isaias Afwerki
This simple and timeless quote sums up Eritrean government & people's self-reliance policy.
05-29-2012, 01:03 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Wediafom24 View Post
Good games Nash, it was great bumping in to you today Fun matches, your chun li gave me a lot of trouble):
Great Games Wediafom oh~ Ur Ken is good~ b~ oh I think Chun Li is a for opponent to play guessing game character, haha oh man. Sagat is sooo hard for Sakura~ o.O can't afford to make mistakes~ haha

GC: nashberry , Team: Denjin Dojo
Makoto e Fury Melee
SF Volt YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/nashberry82
05-29-2012, 01:35 PM
Joined: Nov 2010
Location: Asmara, Eritrea
Posts: 1,730
Quote:
Originally Posted by nashberry View Post
Great Games Wediafom oh~ Ur Ken is good~ b~ oh I think Chun Li is a for opponent to play guessing game character, haha oh man. Sagat is sooo hard for Sakura~ o.O can't afford to make mistakes~ haha
Thanks Nash, I look forward to play you soon

Aid is like a pill that numbs the pain, if you take it too often you get addicted. President Isaias Afwerki
This simple and timeless quote sums up Eritrean government & people's self-reliance policy.
05-29-2012, 04:35 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by TheXion View Post
@Finian: When I play on Japanese server (which is quite rare), I play the same way I do on US - with respect. Has anyone ever complained about YamatoXion?
I don't think so But if there's input lag among you and your opponents, people find it difficult to play against you fair so they might quit on vs. But I don't think they've ever complained about your attitude.



Quote:
Originally Posted by 0-FeliX-0 View Post
Speaking of which, has anyone complained about me?
Also, I've had Jap players quit on me when I felt no lag at all. Well, quit on the vs. screen.
I don't know, simply by looking up your BN nobody has complained about the lag. But you'd never know.. I might ask people in Japanese form who had input lag later.

Quote:
Originally Posted by HarlequinRogue View Post
There are wierd customs in japan. One of my gaming friends (used to play SSF4 competitively) told me that Japanese found it disrespectful beating up corpse after the fight has ended (think versus series, or even in Arcade Mode when you can still FADC and use normals after you win)
It's completely up to you what to do within what you can do, but it is also completely up to people how they take it. That's why I said "I personally want to say" on the last post (about the caption on replays). If you think beating up corpse after the fight has ended isn't disrespectful, fair enough. We have a different culture and common senses. Most of people find it disrespectful to RQ, only because it's one of the common senses both cultures have.
05-29-2012, 04:55 PM
Looking for someone to help me get better at this game. If you're willing to help add me. My game center username is BojackKing.
05-29-2012, 05:10 PM
Joined: Jan 2012
Location: Leonel's creepy roommate
Posts: 1,069
By the way Finian, you mentioned their forum which is much bigger than ours, what is this website?

GC: The Xion
Team: Denjin Dojo
Hate: Rage Quitters and SP Assist
My vid: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T4H4DPnvtso

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