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Video: Street Fighter LittleBigPlanet: Turbo Wonky Edition

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323w ago - Courtesy of RelentlessRolento via YouTube, here is a video that even the Capcom Blog has praised today.

To quote: I stumbled onto this awesome creation right here in our own creative forums!

RelentlessRolento is the master artist and level designer. He's designed it in a way that allows player to control Ryu and Ken by jumping on the buttons. They do all sorts of awesome moves!

You can find and try out this level by putting in his PSN username, Rolento. Check it out! Seth and I will be duking it out on this level later today, and this may be the only Street Fighter I can actually have a hope of beating him in... Nice work Rolento!





Video's caption: A Street Fighter themed level I made in Little Big Planet. If you want to play it as well as unlock templates to make your own fights look up within the game either "Street Fighter Wonky" or my PSN Rolento.
 

Video: New Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix Trailer out!

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324w ago - Remember Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix? Remember how it was supposed to come out this summer? Yeah, guess that didn't happen.

The team at Capcom and Udon Comics have been working very hard in tweaking the game, making sure the visuals are smoother than ever.

Check out this new trailer, which takes the "retro vibe" that Capcom's going for, and punches you in the face with it.

For those wondering, Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix is scheduled for release later this month on PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade.




 

Street Fighter to Debut on Consoles Alongside Film Release

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336w ago - While Street Fighter IV has seen a limited release in arcades across North America, many of us are waiting for the home console version, which is still without a firm launch date.

We do have an idea of when it'll launch though, as Street Fighter movie producer Patrick Aiello has confirmed in a recent interview that IV will release day and date with the film Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li.

To quote: Capcom is releasing Street Fighter IV in 2009, which is the 20th anniversary of the game. The film and game release dates will coincide, but I'm not certain how much of the game will coincide with the story because ours is a very partitioned off origin story of the Street Fighter universe. So the release dates will coincide, elements between the two will coincide, but in terms of them relating to each other perfectly, I don't believe that's the case.

Fairly sure that the only relation is the characters. Aside from that, totally separate initiatives. At any rate, releasing the game on the day of the film's debut makes sense. Just a little surprised though, considering Resident Evil 5 is also due out in March.
 

Confirmed: Street Fighter Alpha is PSN Bound

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337w ago - Capcom is making up, or attempting to at least, for the lack of a Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix BETA on PlayStation 3.

According to the company's senior product manager on all things Street Fighter, this Thursday will see the release of PSOne classic Street Fighter Alpha: Warrior's Dreams on PSN.

As with all previously released PSOne classics, it'll of course be playable on both your PS3 and PSP. No word on pricing, but if history is any indication, $6 is a safe bet.

To quote: Hey all - I recently joined (4 months ago) Capcom's Marketing team as the Senior Product Marketing Manager on Street Fighter IV, so my life is consumed with all things having to do with this awesome franchise (yah, my life sucks).

Before I go on about this "big surprise" John D. mentioned....A bit of self deprecation. I'm an avid gamer (I lined up quarters for SFII and it's sequels) - I promise that I'm no marketing schmuck. I started as a tester for Sega (poor Sega Saturn!) and then Sony, finally ending up in marketing (8 years worth). So I like to think I know something about gaming and marketing (but I probably don't).

Anyway, what's the surprise? The surprise isn't that SFIV is on it's way (duh!)... and that it looks and plays sooo good. I went to the secret Fight Club...
 

Street Fighter's Chun Li Gets Dirty in Film

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348w ago - Capcom Japan has released the first photo of Smallville's Kristin Kreuk as Chun Li in Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun Li. As you can see, she's neither wearing her usual blue dress or have her hair wrapped in her trademark cute buns.

Fans shouldn't be surprised, however; the new Street Fighter film hopes to take the video game adaptation more seriously this time around instead of the Van Damme cheeseboulder that snuck up on the world in 1994 like one of Dhalsim's sly reacharounds. We're following Chun Li as she scours Thailand as a street fighter to find her father's killer, M. Bison (Neal McDonough).

Quick note: I don't know how, but she actually looks identical to how I imagined she would look when they announced the project–A dirty street fighter in Thailand, delving into the mucky muck. Street fighting isn't exactly a colorful world with costumes and junk.

Don't worry, though, because one of the storyboards released shows her with the stereotypical hair we all know and love.
 
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