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Super Street Fighter 4: Arcade Edition is being shown at Tougeki, one of Japan's biggest and most prestigious arcade tournaments. Famitsu got some info on the game from Yoshinori Ono, the man behind the Street Fighter 4 series.
Hit the jump for full article including release date timeframe and a little tease!
The first promo video showing the new alternate costumes for Super Street Fighter 4 in action is here. The encoding quality is not the greatest but you at least get a glimpse of the costumes actually in-game for every character.
Check it out after the jump!
Capcom producer Yoshinori Ono tweeted a handful of new images that include both Yun and Yang. This is the start of what I expect to be an avalanche of new media for both characters. Check out all the images after the break!
iPlayWinner contributor LVC chimes in with his thoughts on the upcoming rerelease of Street Fighter III. This article is a little different from the past entries in that this is the opinion of a player who started at the tail end of the game's life span. Enjoy!
Street Fighter 3: Third Strike is a game I hold very close to my heart. I first started getting serious about fighters in the beginning of 2008 and by serious I mean playing with people in the arcades and actually learning the game. I moved to southern California mid 2008 for a brief period of time and I was treated to the wonderful arcades such as "Denjin Arcade", “Family Fun Arcade”, and “Arcade Infinity".
At the time my character of choice was Yun. I thought I had everything down and I was gonna show up to the arcade and do well. Boy, was I in for an eye opening experience.
So, I've been kicking around the idea of setting up a public blog on iPlayWinner where users with registered accounts can go willy nilly and post whatever they feel like. I am bit torn on what the focus should be because lets face it: if it's not used by our members then it's simply a waste of everyone's time! At the same time, I want our users to have the opportunity to voice their opinion to a large audience and not have to worry about their thoughts getting lost in an avalanche of comments and whatnot.
How do you guys want to put your accounts to use?
A couple ideas I had:
IGN posted a new Marvel vs Capcom 3 gameplay clip recently, showcasing both Dante and Amaterasu -- Viewtiful Joe, Thor and Iron Man join the fight later on as well. Check out the full video after the break!
Keits over at SRK found this dope video of some 3D scenes from a few of the Street Fighter games created on an iPad. It really makes you wonder how something like the Street Fighter 4 on the Nintendo 3DS will turn out. Even better, towards the end of the video there is a demonstration on how each stage was created. Check out the full video after the break!
Just a quick update here to let you know Capcom posted the actual address for the upcoming Marvel vs Capcom 3 Fight Club.
Marvel vs. Capcom 3 - Fight Club
Wednesday, September 22nd
437 N Wolcott Ave
Chicago, IL 60622
They mention to get there early because there will be plenty of give aways, and this has been the case at previous fight clubs as well. Here's a small peice from the Unity blog talking about the giveaways and the build of Marvel that will be playable:
Ono Tweets: First Look at Alternate Costume Artwork for Blanka, Guy, Cody,T.Hawk, Dee Jay, Adon, Dudley and Dan
Of course, if you haven't already and want to keep up with the current alternate costume leaks, you can follow Ono on Twitter: @Yoshi_OnoChin
More after the break!
Tekken director and chief producer Katsuhiro Harada is going to announce something at Tokyo Game Show on Saturday, September 18th (tomorrow). He announced this via his Twitter account. Here's what he said, although it's redundant now:
TGS Sep 18(Sat) at Tougeki Booth. I'll announce something :D
It could be related to the next Tekken title or Tekken X Street Fighter. If it is not about one of those two, we'd be surprised. We'll keep you posted.
@CapcomEuro on Twitter mentioned not too long ago that they are going to announce two new Marvel vs Capcom 3 characters very soon.
Capcom in general for the past few weeks mentioned that something very big will be announced, and these tweets seem to back this up; mentioning that players should really like the next two characters.
Here are the Tweets:
Gametrailers has uploaded several gameplay videos for Marvel vs Capcom 3! These vids are all direct feed, which means the quality is exceptional, and the players actually aren't bad! You get to see more alternate color options on the characters among other things.
If you are ready for more Marvel vs Capcom 3 action, your fix is here!
Vids after the jump! Check out all three!
The game isn't widescreen, so it has borders on either side of the screen. These have animated graphics of the characters currently in the battle, so at least they did something interesting with that space.
The game comes out for Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 on January 13, 2011.
Check out the gameplay footage after the jump!
Gamespot put together a preview of Marvel vs Capcom 3, detailing many of the special and normal attacks for Thor, Viewtiful Joe, Amaterasu and Dormammu. Most of that wont be too new to those of you who have been following the game closely, but one thing in the preview caught my eye -- they mention that the alternate "colors" are closer to alternate costumes than anything else. It sounds like there are more on the way too, but it's not yet known if this will be part of a DLC plan for the game. Read more about it after the break.
As odd as the title may read, that's exactly what this video is. Destructoid interviewed Seth Killian while playing Marvel vs Capcom 3. Outside of the info Seth gives, you get a pretty good look at some of the new-ish characters such as Dormammu and Super Skrull. Full video after the break!
Gamespot uploaded some new videos of Seth Killian giving some insight into a handful of the characters in Marvel vs Capcom 3. He mentions Thor is a "brawler type character", Dormammu is a "keepaway character" who was "inspired by Blackheart from MVC2" and gives a breakdown of both Viewtiful Joe and Amaterasu as well. Check out all four videos after the break!
Updated on Thursday, September 16, 2010 at 9:42PM by haunts
Updated on Friday, September 17, 2010 at 2:42PM by haunts
VersusCity put together an article on the upcoming Street Fighter 4 tournament in Japan called the Ayano Cup. I attended the Shiozawa Cup last year -- which is pretty much the same tournament just with a different name -- and it was really wild. A ton of players showed up, a ton of heavy hitters, and even some drama between the USA and Japanese teams. It was a blast and if the Ayano Cup is anything like the Shiozawa Cup last year it should be insane.