The netcode on those games was garbage.samhain81 wrote:Actually, your forgetting the street fighter anniversary edition for the original xbox, which was bundled with third strike and street fighter 2 Champtionship Edition for £20 retail. Both games were online for the original XBL, and had a good netcode which I was playing 8 years ago. So technically, capcom had already made that game available to play online for the previous generations. And it was backwards compatible for the 360, why the need to charge 1200ms?Joey wrote:You have to remember the only way you could play that game online up to that point was on GGPO which, although great, isn't always the most elegant/smoothest way of executing it.
£12 for a game that I technically owned already from MS and capcom in physical form, is alot to ask for.
1200 points=£10.20 at the official MSP/GBP rate. Cheaper if you buy your points anywhere other than direct from MS via your 360.
For an updated version with some nice filters, challenges, trials and very good netcode, I think a tenner is a bargain, personally, but of course not everybody gets the same amount of replay value out of fighters so the perceived value is different for different folks.