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Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition developers discuss Oni

Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition developers discuss Oni A translation of the latest Japanese Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition developer blog was posted by USD on NeoGAF. The team discusses the ins and outs of Oni, including his moves and play style. Hit the jump to check everything out.


• Kuruoshiki Oni (which I shall translate as Batsh**-Insane Oni) was created to be beyond Shin Akuma.

• Created using Akuma as a base, but because of his different appearance, techniques, properties, etc., he's pretty much an entirely different character.

• Higher health, stun than Akuma.

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MAT VIII event promo trailer

A new trailer for the upcoming MAT VIII tournament in Montreal, Canada is up now. The event takes place June 4 - 5, 2011. Check out the link above for more information on this tournament.

Online Warrior Ep. #4 'Assist Me' Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Doctor Doom tutorial

Maximilian posted the newest video in his Online Warrior series, from VidThru.com, titled Assist Me. This is a Doctor Doom tutorial for Marvel vs. Capcom 3.

Desk online Marvel vs. Capcom 3 combo and glitch exhibition

Desk put up a new video running through some online matches using his crazy combos and a number of glitches. He also added a rather long explanation in the video description, which you can check out by hitting the jump, or looking under the video on YouTube.

So, in case you were wondering 'TrollBetter' is an ironic and, in retrospect, possibly misjudged title. Referencing the fact that, if I did play online and wanted only to win games and rank up. I'd be employing tactics that many people would consider to be 'trolling' or 'cheap' (like infinites and glitches). I made this video, not only as a response to the countless requests I've received to try out stuff from my videos against real players but also, just to see if any of it could really work. Hopefully this is an entertaining demo of at least some of the limits of the MvC3 engine, as it stands today.

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Event Mode challenges 22 and 23 unlocked in Marvel vs. Capcom 3

Event Mode challenges 22 and 23 unlocked in Marvel vs. Capcom 3 A couple more Event Mode challenges were made available today for Marvel vs. Capcom, here's a rundown of what you can complete now.

#22 - Capcom Powered Up
Win an Online Match with a team of Capcom characters.
Title Unlocked: Attention to Detail

#23 - Super Capcom Powered Up
Win ten Online Matches with a team of Capcom characters.
Title Unlocked: Amateur

Tip from Xellos.

Shadow Mode 03 DLC out for Marvel vs. Capcom 3

Lost in the shuffle of new information about SSF4 AE and SFxT, a new Shadow Mode DLC pack for Marvel vs. Capcom 3 was posted. This is pack #3 and it costs $1 or 80 Microsoft points, just like the other releases.

It features three AI opponents, but it's the most challenging of the packs released so far, speaking strictly from a difficulty rating stand point. Here are a few shots of what's been added so you can check out the teams a little bit about the new AI controlled fighters.

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Tip from Hugeratjar, West Daniel, Drivinawarthog and HeeroCobain.

CEO and EVO 2011 pick up Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition

CEO and EVO 2011 pick up Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition It was announced today that CEO and EVO 2011 will be picking up Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition. Also, VegaMan noted that the NorCal Regionals will also be using AE, along with the Shadowloo Showdown in Australia.

Scheduled for a DLC release on June 7, 2011, some of the top players in the community have been practicing on the arcade release for some time now, and there should be some great matches.

Other events will likely follow suit and you should expect to see Arcade Edition as the dominate tournament game in the Street Fighter 4 series soon after its released.

Tip from Edge4o7.

Seth Killian: Street Fighter 4 series ends with Arcade Edition

Seth Killian: Street Fighter 4 series ends with Arcade Edition EuroGamer spoke with Capcom's Seth Killian at Captivate last week about the Street Fighter 4 series, and Seth told them that Arcade Edition is planned to be the last entry in the IV series.

The Street Fighter IV series ends with this June's launch of the Arcade Edition, Capcom has confirmed.

The company will not update Super Street Fighter IV further or add characters to the roster.

"The plan is this is the end of Street Fighter IV," Capcom fighting game guru Seth Killian told Eurogamer at Captivate last week.

"Arcade Edition will be the end of Street Fighter IV. What comes next? We'll see. But we aren't planning any more Street Fighter IVs."

The arcade version of Street Fighter 4 launched in July of 2008 and since that time the game has seen new releases and upgrades on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC, iPhone and 3DS.

The SF4 series has received very favorable reviews and done well sales wise, but it appears come summer 2011, Capcom will officially be done with the 4 iteration.

Details, covers & images for Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition

To consolidate the barrage of information that was released concerning Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition this morning, the details are broken down in this story.

If you're curious about when the PC version of the game will be released, when the retail disc will hit North America or other such details, look below. If you want to see the official trailer and some gameplay footage, check out this story.

Main information

DLC release date: June 7, 2011
DLC Price: $14.99 USD or 1,200 Microsoft Points
Disc release date: June 24, 2011 for Europe, 28th in North America, 30th in Japan.
PC release date: July 2011.
Platforms: PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3
Roster size: Right now Capcom states there are 39 people on the roster, with the additions of Yang, Yun, Evil Ryu and Oni.

Cover of PS3 and Xbox 360 versions

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Street Fighter X Tekken videos and previews roundup

Street Fighter X Tekken videos and previews roundup Several previews and details about Street Fighter X Tekken were posted this morning by various gaming outlets. Here's a roundup of the notable ones.

Kotaku put up their own Q&A with Capcom's Yoshinori Ono.

GameTrailers has more gameplay videos and an interview up on their site.

Play Magazine has details on gameplay systems, the tagging and juggling system along with individual notes about the fighters themselves. There's also a separate interview with Yoshinori Ono on the same site.

GameSpot has an interview with Yoshinori Ono, along with their own preview.

Destructoid did their own preview with images. Also, while not directly SFxT related, Ono briefly talked about how he's felt about the leaks that have happened in the community.

Contributions to this story by xlgundamlx, Duckmouth and Mutlak.

Trailer, footage and images for Street Fighter X Tekken

Updated again: Several pieces of artwork have been added into this story along with some screen shots. The title has also been confirmed for a PC release along with the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions. The release date is marked as some time in 2012.

Confirmed characters now include Ryu, Ken, Guile, Abel and Chun-Li from Street Fighter, and Kazuya, Nina, King, Marduk, and Bob from Tekken.

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Trailer & gameplay for Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition

Capcom released new videos for Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition this morning. There's an official release trailer along with gameplay footage of the new fighters, Evil Ryu, Oni, Yang and Yun. Hit the jump to see the rest.

If you want to find a breakdown on this release, including pricing, release dates and more information, check out this story.

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Collection of hype community moments from MrPavy

MrPavy has built a collage of hype Capcom fighting game moments from the community. If you've been really active in the scene over the years, you'll recognize these things, but if you haven't seen these clips in awhile, they are fun memories to relive. Hit the jump for one more video.

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Akuma and Tron Bonne Marvel vs. Capcom 3 combo videos

A couple more Marvel vs. Capcom 3 combo videos hit the web this evening. The first one, by Persona with editing by Error1, features Akuma doing a number on a variety of characters.

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Sako 'The Fourth Child' interview & Kumite at Revelations

Level|Up Series posted an interview with one of HORI's sponsored players, Sako. He talks about his experiences over here in the U.S.
Also, there will be a Kumite at Revelations featuring Sako. Here are the details.


Team HORI's Sako will accept any and all Super Street Fighter 4 challengers at the HORI booth for a chance to win cash and prizes! Those that didn't get a chance to play Sako at SoCal Regionals will get your chance this time at Revelations!

HORI booth
Kumite Challenge:
Beat Sako for a chance to win the following:
$20 + Meatbun Apparel (2/3 match requirement)
$50 + RAP V3 (3/5 match requirement)
$100 + HORI RAP VLX PS3/XBOX360 (First to 5 match requirement)

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Homebrewed solution for quiet joystick buttons

If you disrupt others with the sound of your button presses or just want to be a little more quiet while gaming on a stick, leGENdary kiryu did a video showing an inexpensive and easy way to dampen the noise Sanwa buttons make when you press them. Check it out.

Super Street Fighter 4 comeback compilation episode #14 by LiangHuBBB

A new entry in LiangHuBBB's series of Super Street Fighter 4 comebacks is up on YouTube now. This is episode #14.
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