A poster for Super Street Fighter 4: Arcade Edition was released on the game's official Capcom website today. If you haven't heard yet, the game is set to release in December, and handful of arcades in North America are even rumored to be picking up the game around that time as well.
So what about all of us waiting for a console update? Yoshinori Ono posted on his Twitter account that he is having another meeting, making the 2nd push for the DLC upgrade. Truthfully, I can't imagine Capcom not going through with something like this.
I'm a Felicia fan, so there's some rare footage of her doing her thing as well. :)
Video after the jump!
Eurogamer put up a short but sweet interview with Ryota Niitsuma regarding Marvel vs Capcom 3. One part of this interview I love is that he mentions the game differs from Street Fighter IV in that you can just get in there, press buttons and make a combo opposed to thinking about a strategy and launching it like in Street Fighter IV. Too funny.
Here are a few short combo videos for Kula, K' and Maxima from the King of Fighters XIII uploaded by SNK themselves. These videos start of simple enough with a basic combo then they show you where you can take it from there. All three videos after the break!
They're just using XBL for what it is good for: just messing around and having a good time... and they are having a good time! It's pretty fun to watch.
Check it out after the break!
In the past, game developers typically saved new features, characters, and balance changes for a new $50 (or more) stand-alone title. This was out of necessity, as there was no other way to deliver that content to players. If they wanted to update a game, a new game cartridge or CD was required.
Today, with downloadable content a prominent part of the gaming landscape, developers have the option of adding those things to a game that is already on store shelves or in your living room.
So, where do you stand on today's trend of using paid DLC to expand fighting games? Does DLC cost too much for what you are getting? Are the right things being offered? Share your thoughts and opinions!
This Saturday be sure to tune into the iPlayWinner USTREAM Channel for CEOxStorm at EXPcon! The newest member of the iPlayWinner team, JT "WhatTheDeuce"Barber will be streaming Super Street Fighter 4, BlazBlue: CS and Tekken 6 live from Florida, bringing you matches from top players such as Flash Metroid!
If you are curious about how these characters will play in the game, check these videos out!
If you are hungry for some fast and furious Marvel vs Capcom 3 gameplay, here's a buffet!
Well just today we heard that KOFXIII was going to get an update and it seems the Update is out already. An early report, which you can find in the full article, state that the update fixes bugs and takes out infinites, but doesn't appear to have any balance changes.
Thanks to IMNEXTONLINE for the tip!
Magnetro, known for his mind-blowing tool-assisted combo videos, is back! This video showcases some Magneto combos, some of which explore his flight mode. These were all done by hand! Here's what this video showcases, in his own words:
"Random Magneto combos done by hand in training mode over the span of a few days. I never messed around with Magneto's flight mode while I was doing real combovideos. It turns out he has some interesting concepts that can be executed manually."
Check it out after the break!
The newest Level Up Your Game video podcast is here! In Episode 5 of the series, they talk about Asuka Kazama and have special guest Charles "Insomnotek" Kim on the show, an expert in the character, to talk about all aspects of the character.
Check it out after the jump, Tekken 6 fans!
Like any combo video, you can watch it for the pure entertainment value or, if you play the character, you can watch it to get ideas on things you can possibly add to your game.
Check it out after the jump!
Capcom-Unity just announced a new Fight Club is in the works and is set for October 28th. The location has not been revealed yet but they are running a contest where the first person to guess the location will win a Marvel prize pack! My hope is that the next one is in the Bay Area because, well, I live here!
Gootecks uploaded a new video to his CrossCounter.TV YouTube account of him and Mike Ross trolling XBL. Apparently they had some free time after filming the latest Cross Counter and decided to see what's good online. This is worth checking out for the commentary alone and Flash Kick to Flash Kick -- gotta see it to believe it!