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Street Fighter producer wants to make 'user created' fighter

Street Fighter producer wants to make 'user created' fighter

Capcom producer Yoshinori Ono is currently hard at work on Street Fighter X Tekken, but he's also thinking up some new ideas for future fighting games. While SFxT allows players to equip their fighters with stat-altering gems, he suggests his "ultimate goal" is to let players customize their fighters more extensively, or even create their own.

Read more: 'I can have a Ryu that's different from your Ryu' »

"Does anyone remember that old PS1 game 'Fighter Maker'? Horrible game."
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Street Fighter x Tekken: Cross Assault is new reality series from Capcom

Street Fighter x Tekken: Cross Assault is new reality series from Capcom

Move over, The Tester. Capcom's looking to enter the growing field of internet-delivered reality series based on video games. Street Fighter x Tekken: Cross Assault will show two teams of five competing in a week-long, live-streamed tournament where the winner snags $25,000 and doesn't have to do any QA testing.

Five players will be chosen to represent Team Street Fighter, while five others will represent Team Tekken.

Read more: How to enter the tournament »

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Street Fighter x Tekken won't have Xbox-exclusive characters

Street Fighter x Tekken won't have Xbox-exclusive characters

The PlayStation version of Street Fighter x Tekken is home to a number of exclusive characters: Cole from Infamous, Kuro and Toro from the Japan-only Mainichi Issho. The Vita version may also star Pac-Man and Mega Man.

But what about Xbox owners? Producer Yoshinori Ono said that the decision to add exclusives on the 360 will "depend entirely on Microsoft." Well, it seems Microsoft has decided against having additional content for their version of the upcoming crossover fighter.

Read more: Master Chief and Marcus Fenix considered »

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Street Fighter X Tekken trailer reveals roster additions

Street Fighter X Tekken trailer reveals roster additions

A trio of new trailers and a batch of screens have been released for Capcom and Namco Bandai's crossover fighter Street Fighter X Tekken. In one of the videos the publishing pair have revealed a number of characters included in the game's roster, including Paul, Balrog, Juri, Law, Vega, and Xiaoyu.

More surprising is the tease at the end of one video, which features silhouettes of Vita-exclusive characters that look exactly like the "bad box art" Mega Man and Pac-Man. No, we're not kidding.

Watch: See new characters in Street Fighter X Tekken »

"Yay for Marshall Law, but I was expecting him to go head to head with Fei Long when introduced ..."
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M. Bison, Ling Xiaoyu revealed for Street Fighter X Tekken

M. Bison, Ling Xiaoyu revealed for Street Fighter X Tekken

A subtle clue in a newly released Street Fighter X Tekken screenshot reveals two more playable characters for the game: M. Bison from the Street Fighter series, and Ling Xiaoyu from the Tekken series. Though neither character is seen in combat, they're clearly selected as the tag team alternates.

Read more: An accidental reveal? »

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Street Fighter X Tekken trailer adds Asuka

Street Fighter X Tekken trailer adds Asuka

Street Fighter X Tekken just keeps adding to the roster, this time with a new female fighter from latter Tekken titles. Asuka Kazama joins the fray in the new cinematic trailer, which builds into an all-out four-female brawl with Street Fighter alums Chun-Li and Cammy, and Tekken's Lili.

Watch: Cammy and Chun-Li fight Lili and Asuka »

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Street Fighter X Tekken gems powers detailed

Street Fighter X Tekken gems powers detailed

Capcom's introducing a new character customisation system in Street Fighter X Tekken with gems, little perks that can affect a fighter's speed, attack damage, gauge building speed, and more. The full list of gems and all their effects has now been revealed, including, unpleasantly, a number of retailer-exclusive pre-order bonus gems.

Watch: Capcom's Matt Dahlgren explains the gems »

"Yeah, not happy. I guess I can wait for Super Street Fighter X Tekken."
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Super Street Fighter 4: Arcade ver 2012 complete change-log released

Super Street Fighter 4: Arcade ver 2012 complete change-log released

Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition is already the third iteration of the game in as many years. So as to not tempt a bloody revolution for a fourth revision, Capcom is making the version 2012 patch free. It's coming soon, and all of the tweaks have been detailed.

Read more: Yun and Yang get lion's share of changes »

"Back in the ST/SFA/SFA2 days I was really into the competetive scene. I played all kinds of US ..."
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Street Fighter X Tekken won't receive 'Ultimate' version, says Capcom

Street Fighter X Tekken won't receive 'Ultimate' version, says Capcom

No one could fault you for assuming that sometime after Street Fighter X Tekken hits, we'll see an expanded roster and balance tweaks hitting stores as the new Ultimate Hyper Turbo edition. But Capcom's Yoshinori Ono has said that SFxT won't get the usual Capcom fighter treatment -- though he didn't rule out the possibility of large-scale DLC.

Read more: 'You don't really need to worry about a new version' »

"Street Fighter X Tekken Game of the Year Edition (online only full game purchase). "
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Super Street Fighter II taking fight online on Virtual Console

Super Street Fighter II taking fight online on Virtual Console

Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers is coming to Wii's Virtual Console, Capcom has announced. "But... didn't that happen in 2008?" you may ask. Ah, you poor, dear, sweet fool, that was the SNES edition--this will be the Genesis version, with online multiplayer.

Read more: Differences between platforms »

"Actually, the most bad ass port of the game arrived on the PC-Engine."
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Capcom explains Street Fighter X Tekken dev separation

Capcom explains Street Fighter X Tekken dev separation

Capcom and Namco Bandai are each developing their halves of the Street Fighter/Tekken crossovers, but the two aren't looking over each other's shoulders. In a new interview, Capcom producer Yoshinori Ono explains why keeping out of the way of the companies' respective visions will ultimately pay off for both games.

Read more: 'We respect and trust each other' »

"Probably because some people think Capcom has only released Hyper Fighting with fifty add-ons ..."
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Street Fighter X Tekken battles in New York

Street Fighter X Tekken battles in New York

Capcom and Namco Bandi's upcoming crossover fighter Street Fighter X Tekken launches on the PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita in March, but that doesn't mean the battle isn't already well on the way.

New footage for Street Fighter X Tekken was released during the 2011 New York Comic Con. One video features new gameplay footage, while the other includes a "breakdown" of the game's battle system.

Watch: Street Fighter X Tekken »

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Street Fighter x Tekken coming March 6, PC version confirmed

Street Fighter x Tekken coming March 6, PC version confirmed

Capcom's Street Fighter x Tekken event was loaded with tons of news for eager fighting game fans. The most important bit of news: a release date. The game will be available on PS3 and Xbox 360 on March 6th. As previously announced, a PlayStation Vita version is also in the works. Additionally, producer Yoshinori Ono confirmed development of a PC version.

Another important date: Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition ver. 2012 will be available on December 13th. The free patch rebalances the entire game, "making it feel like a new game."

Read more: New gem-based gameplay system »

"Did I miss something? Was there an instance where Capcom stated a PC game was in development but ..."
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Street Fighter IV coming to Android

Street Fighter IV coming to Android

Capcom's Street Fighter IV is expanding once again. No, not into Ultra Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition ver.2012-II. No, it's simply going to Android.

Apple fans have been able to play Street Fighter IV on their i-devices for a while, with Street Fighter IV and an updated version dubbed "Volt," which added a number of new characters and wi-fi multiplayer support.

Read more: Exclusive to one phone »

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Street Fighter X Tekken promises PS3/Vita cross-platform DLC

Street Fighter X Tekken promises PS3/Vita cross-platform DLC

Here's an unexciting story: Street Fighter X Tekken will have DLC.

Now that we got that out of the way, here's the much more interesting story: Street Fighter X Tekken's DLC will be cross-platform across the PlayStation Vita and PS3. "As long as you're using the same PSN account, things you've purchased on the Vita version will work on PS3 and vice versa," Capcom producer Yoshinori Ono said.

Read more: One purchase, multiple devices »

"Yeah, I just checked the official site, it only lists Vita, 360, and PS3, so for now I'm going ..."
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