Please note that I have never played VF4 in Korea and haven't been in that country for a while. But in response to Gaijin Punch's post. . . From my past experience playing VF series in Korea I can say this: the arcade set up and competition quantity/quality of VF playing in Korea are very diverse. Think that this is just like the US: You have very different machine configurations and varying levels of competition depending on where you go. You just can't walk into one arcade at random and make judgment. I briefly have been to Japanese and Taiwanese arcades too, but I don't recall any Korean arcade having buttons particularly wide spread than other country's. Someone like alliner would be happy to give you directions and/or competition if you ask. If you have chance to visit Korea I encourage you to do so.