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Free Street Fighter X Mega Man patch expected early next month, Sven discusses the rarity of Capcom's involvement in a fan-made game

Free Street Fighter X Mega Man patch expected early next month, Sven discusses the rarity of Capcom's involvement in a fan-made game The Capcom forums have been quite active recently with users fielding their questions about various subjects, specifically Street Fighter X Mega Man glitches and getting Capcom's cooperation on other fan-made games. First up, Brelston mentioned that we can expect to see a free V2 patch for SFxMM early next month that will address some of the issues brought up by a Capcom forum user below.

1. If you lock your computer or close your screen with game running the video doesn't want to come back. You have to close the game and restart. I think it's an issue with your computer needing to refresh the screen.

2. If you get killed at the same time as you kill the last boss in the boss rush you can't re-enter their tube. You are stuck in the level. I'm not sure if this is a problem with any boss during boss rush or if it's just the last boss you fight.

3. The top of ladders don't seem to want you to grab them. Some full jumps are awkward.

4. Esc key should have a yes or no menu to safely close the game. I've exited on accident a couple times.

5. (Not really a issue since I don't do it, but) Urien can be easily killed by pausing game with mine sweeper explosion over him.


Brelston: Thanks for the notes. We're working on a V2 that should address some of these issues. Goal is to get it out to everyone early January, free as usual :)

Marvel vs. Capcom 2 - Romneto vs. VDO FT10 Magneto, Storm, Psylocke vs. Rogue, Colossus, Ken

Romneto is back with some more Marvel vs. Capcom 2 online footage from Xbox Live. This features his team of Magneto, Storm, Psylocke taking on VDO's Rogue, Colossus and Ken in a first to ten set.

If Capcom vs. SNK 3 happens it won't be soon - PC SFxT players may have 'interesting news' regarding price of DLC characters

If Capcom vs. SNK 3 happens it won't be soon - PC SFxT players may have 'interesting news' regarding price of DLC characters Capcom continues to say a Capcom vs. SNK 3 title won't happen any time soon, this is despite the PS2 version of the game being re-released here in the states in the near future, along with Capcom Fighting Evolution.

All news wasn't bad though, at least if you happen to own the PC version of Street Fighter X Tekken, as Christian Svensson noted that they may have some "interesting news" for existing owners soon.

Adrian: Will Capcom vs. SNK 3 ever come out or SVC Chaos 2?

Svensson: Ever is such a very, very long time. I can say, if it happens, it won't be soon though.

Gohan16ken: Does Capcom Japan talk to Capcom USA? Even though I am excited to hear that Capcom vs. SNK 2 and Capcom Fighting Evolution will be re-release digitally as a PlayStation 2 classic, I am a little bewildered as to how it came about based on past comments.

Svensson: We communicate ALL the time, however the folks responsible for PS2 re-releases on PSN and Wii Virtual Console operate a bit separately from everything else. We don't have as clear communications as other areas of the business.

Ignss: Will the DLC characters for the PC version of Street Fighter X Tekken be free?

Svensson: Not free, but we'll have hopefully some interesting news for existing SFxT PC owners soon on that front.

Source: Capcom Forums.

Fighting game artwork gallery for Stan 'Artgerm' Lau

Stan "Artgerm" Lau is an artist Capcom has been calling on a lot lately. He redid the artwork for Street Fighter 3 Third Strike Online Edition and Darkstalkers Resurrection. We wanted to highlight some of the pieces he's done over the years, along with his official Capcom works.

You can scope out a gallery of random items below, and see his official works for Street Fighter 3 Third Strike Online Edition and Darkstalkers Resurrection after the jump.

BAS: I enjoyed Alpha 3, but the Custom Combo system is just too broken

BAS: I enjoyed Alpha 3, but the Custom Combo system is just too broken Chris Bahn was able to grab a quick interview from D44 aka BAS, a Capcom vs. SNK 2 legend, who is known for his A-Groove Bison, Vega and Blanka team. You might also recognize his name from the Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition v2012 team tournament held at whose team placed first in 2011.

Many topics are covered from his win in CvS2 at Evo 2007, his favorite experiences with the game, whether he preferred the Alpha series or the CvS series and more.

Did you consider the Alpha series or Capcom vs. SNK series to be more enjoyable, and can elaborate your preference?

Well, I think those games are almost perfect, but CVS2 is definitely better suited for my tastes. I enjoyed Alpha 3, but the Custom Combo system is just too broken.

Infinite combos is cool, but I dislike how characters have “free charging” while they’re in this state. Also, I think it’s a bad idea that you initially start out with a full Super meter at the beginning of the match. Players tend to dismiss making effective strategies and instead just seem more concerned with executing custom combos (CC).

With Capcom vs. SNK 2, A-Groove is very strong, but you had to build meter on your own (unlike Alpha 3), so a player needed to develop an effective strategy to build up that meter safely (and wisely). CVS2 also is a “team battle game”, meaning that even if you lost your first match, you still had more opportunities to come back since it featured multiple characters per team. You can even switch up the order to avoid potentially bad matchups. I definitely feel that Capcom vs. SNK series provided more flexibility and options compared to other fighters.

Check out the full interview over on Cross Counter's website.

Street Fighter X Mega Man speed run completed in 27:09 by Duckfist

Duckfist has uploaded an awesome speed run of Street Fighter X Mega Man. In this video the game is completed in 27:09, which is the current record as far as we know.

Note that quite a few mistakes are made during some of the boss fights. Considering the current record is already 27 minutes, it'll be interesting to see how much lower the speed run time can get with fewer errors.

Yoshinori Ono has interest in working with Street Fighter Alpha series again

Yoshinori Ono has interest in working with Street Fighter Alpha series again Capcom's Yoshinori Ono left a potentially interesting Tweet regarding the future of the Street Fighter Alpha series, noting that he'd like to do something with the long dormant franchise.

CSLFiero: Here's to hoping a console release of Alpha 3 Max with Darkstalkers Resurrection.

Yoshinori Ono: I have interest in making something for [Alpha] series. ;D

Things get a bit more compelling when you look at some past statements from Capcom, including an old interview with David Sirlin, Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo HD Remix's lead designer, where he talked about the origins of the project. Sirlin mentions that he pushed to redo SSF2T at the time, as it was the title he knew best, but Capcom really wanted to go with Street Fighter Alpha 3.

VideoGamer.com: So why did Capcom want to do Street Fighter Alpha 3?

Sirlin: They just really liked Alpha 3! It has all these different versions, and it's been ported to PSP, and Anniversary Collection, every time they add some new features to it and add some new characters to it. I don't know, I guess they think it sells well.

Hit the jump for more.

Re-release of PS2 version of Capcom vs. SNK 2 is all that's likely for the foreseeable future

Re-release of PS2 version of Capcom vs. SNK 2 is all that's likely for the foreseeable future Some fans had been hoping that the recent announcement of Capcom vs. SNK 2's re-release would open the door for a more full featured port, including HD graphic filters, online play and similar things that Capcom's other recently re-released fighters had picked up.

Christian Svensson kept things on the level today though, stating outright on the Capcom Boards that a re-release of the PS2 version (see straight port) is all that's likely to happen in the foreseeable future.

HiryuMK: Will there be a Capcom vs. SNK 2: Online Edition like Street Fighter 3 Third Strike received? I know there supposedly was a PS2 classic coming later, but I am sure the fans will rather have an ''Online Edition'' with upgraded visuals, online, trophies and challenges like what SF3 3s & Marvel vs. Capcom Origins got.

Svensson: A re-release of the PS2 version is all that is likely in the foreseeable future.

Official Capcom Create A Darkstalker contest features some awesome prizes

Official Capcom Create A Darkstalker contest features some awesome prizes Capcom is holding a Darkstalkers Resurrection character creation contest over on Capcom-Unity.

This is also in the mindset of the fan-led 'Create A Darkstalker' that was held back in october by Espiownage and you can use that submission for this current contect if you'd like. Submissions are open until 11:59 p.m. PST on January 20, 2013.

Below you can find a list of what Capcom is looking for along with the prizes.

What we're looking for:
• A unique Darkstalker character concept based on an existing monster type, be it from horror movies, folklore, mythology, etc.
• A set of basic information, including name, physical description, fighting type, etc. (See below)
• Additional information and assets are optional, but gladly accepted. This can be either included in your entry email directly, or as an attachment.
• You can collaborate with other fans in groups of up to three.

Prizes Include:
1st Place: A custom made drawing of your character by Stanley "Artgerm" Lau, the artist for Darkstalkers Resurrection, along with one copy of the UDON Darkstalkers Tribute art book and one copy of Pop Culture Shock's Lord Raptor statue.
2nd-3rd Place: One copy of Pop Culture Shock's Lord Raptor statue
4th-8th Place: One copy of the Darkstalkers Tribute art book by UDON.

For more information on the contest head over to Capcom's Darkstalkers Resurrection Embrace The Dark site.

Sent in by EvilCanadian.

News about Capcom vs. SNK 2 and Capcom Fighting Evolution coming to North American PlayStation Store coming next year

The PlayStation 2 port of both Capcom vs. SNK 2 and Capcom Fighting Evolution are now avaiable for download on the PlayStation Network in Japan.

As these are strict ports of the PS2 version, there is no online multiplayer or anything added to the game. Since they're unavailable anywhere outside of Japan, members of the Ask-Capcom forums have been asking if there were any plans to release these on the the North American PlayStation Store.

Christian Svensson jumped into the thread to give us a short but interesting reply.

Eventually. The timing will be quite different though from Japan. More news will come ‘next year’.

Via Siliconera and sent in by OrochiRion.

Street Fighter X Mega Man secret boss character revealed - spoiler alert

Street Fighter X Mega Man secret boss character revealed - spoiler alert RajmanGamingHD has uploaded video footage of the secret boss in Street Fighter X Mega Man. This is definitely a spoiler, so we'll be putting the clip after the jump.

According to RajmanGaming, in order for the secret boss to appear, you must get a Perfect on all 8 of the original bosses. If done correctly, the secret character will interrupt the final battle and you will be prompted with the "Here comes a new challenger!" message.

This video also shows off the ending to the game so if you'd like to check it out, be sure to watch the video in its entirety.

Hit the jump to check out the footage.

Street Fighter X Mega Man possibly coming to iOS, Linux and Mac - no plans for console release

Street Fighter X Mega Man possibly coming to iOS, Linux and Mac - no plans for console release In a recent interview with Polygon, Capcom's Christian Svensson discussed the free, fan-made crossover game Street Fighter X Mega Man. In the article, Svensson mentions that they may try and release the new Mega Man title on different platforms such as iOS, Linux and Mac.

He also goes on to state that there are currently no plans to bring SFxMM to consoles as it is a long process and Capcom would have to charge for it.

Below is what Svensson had to say on the matter via Polygon's interview.

"We may look at it on other open platforms," Svensson told Polygon, with Mac, Linux and iOS "potentially" on the table. "At this time we're not looking at bringing it to consoles in any form. Obviously certain consoles are not receptive to free content and while people may be willing to pay for it, the act of collecting revenue for this adds extra complexity for us on the legal side.

"The cost of bringing a product like this to consoles, even if we were to charge for it, is not insignificant to say the least," Svensson said. "It's a lengthy process and by the time we got it there, by the time we released it, they might not be as interested in paying for it at that time."

If you haven't downloaded Street Fighter X Mega Man and would like to get your hands on it, you can find it over on Capcom-Unity.

Updated: Results for SSF4 AE v2012, TTT2 and SSF2T added - Arcade Relief 24 hour charity event at Family Fun Arcade

Updated: Results for SSF4 AE v2012, TTT2 and SSF2T added - Arcade Relief 24 hour charity event at Family Fun Arcade Updated: Results for Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition v2012, Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo have been added after the jump.

The Arcade Relief charity event will be taking place at Family Fun Arcade in Granada Hills, California, today. The live stream will be provided by LevelUpLive and is expected to kick off right now at 12 p.m. / 8 p.m. GMT.

This event is going to feature many different tournaments including Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition v2012 with Mike Ross, Tekken Tag Tournament 2 ran by Aris, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 featuring BT|Clockw0rk and BT|Viscant, Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo HD remix hosted by the legendary Tomo Ohira and Jeff Schaefer and much more.

This is going to be a star studded event with other top level talent attending including EG|Justin Wong, MRN|Marn, commentary duo James Chen and UltraDavid, Killer Kai, LA Akira and many more.

If you'd like to contribute to the cause, you can PayPal your donation to donate@arcaderelief.com, or visit this page and click on the donate button.

This will be a 24 hour stream to celebrate the final days of Family Fun Arcade's operation. Hit the jump for a schedule and the stream.

Street Fighter X Mega Man will feature a secret boss and surprise at the end, new footage of Vega's stage and boss battle

Capcom-Unity put together a video that divulges details on how Street Fighter X Mega Man came into existence and the process of getting the game developed. Featured here are interviews with Svensson, Brelston and Seo Zong Hui that cover various information about the free Street Fighter and Mega Man cross over.

The guys at Capcom showcase a ton of footage of the game including new footage of Vega's boss battle and a bit of the fight against Urien. According to Brelston and Hui, Street Fighter X Mega Man will have a secret boss and we can expect a bit of a surprise at the end of the game.

Darkstalkers Resurrection artwork for Lilith, Jedah, Huitzil, Pyron and Rikuo, new screen shots

Capcom released the last batch of Darkstalkers Resurrection artwork today, for Lilith, Jedah, Huitzil, Pyron and Rikuo. They also included some new screen shots of these fighters. You can check out those images after the jump, along with the new artwork for the rest of the previously shown characters as well.


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