Harada: Tekken X Street Fighter still in the works, is a 'long term' project, Tekken Revolution 'might' come to Xbox 360

Posted by Nicholas 'MajinTenshinhan' Taylor • September 19, 2013 at 7:48 a.m. PDT
Harada: Tekken X Street Fighter still in the works, is a 'long term' project, Tekken Revolution 'might' come to Xbox 360 While promoting the PS3 free-to-play title Tekken Revolution at Tokyo Game Show, Tekken series producer Katsuhiro Harada commented on the format of Tekken Revolution, and the reason for it only being released on Playstation 3 was because of Microsoft's reluctance to host free-to-play games, which seems to have changed a bit lately, with a few free-to-play games popping up on their marketplace. Harada commented on this, saying that Tekken Revolution for Xbox 360 may not be an impossibility. Check the quote out below.

The circumstances have changed a bit. It seems they've opened up to that model since Xbox One, and after we released the PlayStation Network beta they were kind of nervous and expressed an interest. We don't have concrete plans, but there's a possibility that we'll do it in the future.

Hit the jump to hear what was said about Tekken X Street Fighter.

Whenever Katsuhiro Harada appears in public nowadays, it's a given that questions about Tekken X Street Fighter will follow, and the early days of Tokyo Game Show were no exception. When asked by Eurogamer if the title was even still in development, Harada responded as follows.

We do have assets created and some of the materials. It's just that we're looking at the circumstances and what direction people are going in, what platform as there's a change in the market. I'm thinking long term about that.

With Tekken X Street Figher having been announced alongside Street Fighter X Tekken, which has been out for a year and a half already, fans are growing noticeably impatient, as we've seen nothing from the game since its announcement. Are you still excited about the game, or do you see it as vaporware at this point? Let us know in the comments.

Thanks to David_I for the news tip.

Source: Eurogamer.

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