({{ product.rate_count }})
Average

{{ product.rate_average_2dp }}

Rating

5 star

({{ product.rate_count_detail ? product.rate_count_detail[4].count : 0 }})

4 star

({{ product.rate_count_detail ? product.rate_count_detail[3].count : 0 }})

3 star

({{ product.rate_count_detail ? product.rate_count_detail[2].count : 0 }})

2 star

({{ product.rate_count_detail ? product.rate_count_detail[1].count : 0 }})

1 star

({{ product.rate_count_detail ? product.rate_count_detail[0].count : 0 }})
Purchased: {{ product.dl_count }} times
Display in HTML format {{ __('totalImages', {count: items.length}) }}
{{ swiper.realIndex + 1 }} / {{ items.length }}
{{ __('tools') }}
Circle StudioSFollow
Release Mar/06/2010
Series Hardcore Fight Game Series
Age Ratings
Work Format
Action / Hardcore fighting game
File Format
EXE / Demo scene are to view in browser
Option
Genre
File Size
69.64MB
  • Necessary Settings The application may not function unless a Japanese language pack is set properly in your PC / the System Locale is set to Japanese. For more details, please refer to [ How can I set my system locale to Japanese? ] on the Frequently Asked Questions page.

Contents

-------------------------------------------------------------------------
If the game does not operate on Windows Vista, 7, 8, 10
then follow the troubleshooting steps located here:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/932104/ja

Right Click Language Bar > Settings > Add Services
> Add "Microsoft IME" under Japanese Language.
Then change your default language setting to "Microsoft IME"

In the case of Windows 8.1 / 10, you must enable DirectPlay.
Control Panel > Programs and Features > Turn windows features on or off
> Legacy Components > DirectPlay Checkbox. Click OK to save and return.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Hot Battles!! Strip Fighter IV, the retro-graphics handheld edition of the popular Strip Fighter parody game series, makes its PC debut!

Of course, all characters, moves and explicit sex scenes are included!
Additionally, special content will be added in the upcoming Super Strip Fighter IV in April 2010.

- Simple controls, button maps and demo videos to ease you into gameplay, so even absolute beginners can jump in!
- Insanely low price to beat the pants off its PC competitors

WARNING: Not confirmed for Windows VISTA or Windows 7. Please use your judgment prior to purchase, if running either of these operating systems.

Please install directly onto the C: drive.

Works in the Same Series

People who bought this item also bought

Viewers of this item also viewed

Recently viewed items

Please share what you liked about "Hot battles!! Strip Fighter IV"!
For more details, please refer to [ About User Review ].

1 user reviews

Pick Up !Pocket Strip Fighter? It's more likely than you think.

Mar/12/2010  By SutorippuTop 50 Reviewer

3 user(s) found this review helpful.

There was a trend back in the middle 1990s of porting popular fighting games to the monochrome hand-held console we all know and love. We didn't care why they felt it necessary to try and compress games that were either 16-bit slugfests or polygonal arena battles into the 8-bit console; the novelty was there, and it was a convenient tie-in to the franchise. Never mind that the battle cries were sacrificed and in most cases the characters were put into SD mockeries of themselves; it was one of our favorite fighting games, and we could take it anywhere.

In this game, StudioS brilliantly parodies that trend. The characters from their previous release, Strip Fighter IV, have been put in their own pseudo-Game B*y game. It isn't simply a graphical hack, either; the sound is tinny, the animation jerky, and the music reduced to a limited MIDI remix of each theme. And the nudity and tentacle rape have been put into monochrome pixellated glory. In other words, it's exactly what you'd expect if this had actually happened back in the mid-90's. And it's awesome in a humorous way.

All of the moves are there, though condensed to a 2-button watered-down system so they are a little easier to pull off. The control doesn't suffer much from this, however; it's still about as fluid as the original. In fact, this really is the same game, but with fewer colors and simpler sound. If you liked the original, you really should try this game, even if just for a laugh.

Was this review helpful to you?   [ Report Abuse ]