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Street Fighter HD Hits PlayStation Network - It's Finally Here

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304w ago - Capcom's John Diamonon shared the following today via PS Blog:

Joe Esposito once eloquently proclaimed that "History repeats itself" and it's an honor for me to announce that Street Fighter returns today on the PlayStation Network. On a personal note, it's been a dream of mine to work on this franchise. I remember going to the local 7-11 and spending hours trying to pull off an invisible throw or handcuff glitch.

I remember sharing theories with my friends that it was possible to throw that rock in the Chun-Li stage, pull out Guile's gun, control Ryu's red fireballs or defeat the mysterious Sheng Long. Street Fighter was a cultural phenomenon not seen since the days of Pac Man. Here we are, almost 20 years later, and this franchise is as relevant as ever.

Here's the final HD Remix video for your viewing pleasure.





Enough of my reminiscing. I'm here to talk about the next installment of the SF2 series; Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix Special Champion Hyper Alpha EX Versus Zero Plus Collection Edition (am I missing anything?). Ah Capcom, we love long game titles. I can go on and on about the many features of this game, but instead, I'll provide you this link that contains all you need to know about HD Remix....
 

Titan Studios Announce Fat Princess for PS3, Hits PSN in 2009

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306w ago - A press release from Epic Games China has officially announced the opening of Titan Studios, the developer of the upcoming PlayStation 3 game dubbed Fat Princess.

Press Release: - Epic Games China, Ltd. today announced the opening of Titan Studios, Inc., its wholly owned subsidiary based in Seattle, Wash. Titan Studios was formed to create original games that incorporate exceptional production values along with core technologies that extend the functionality of Epic Games' award-winning Unreal Engine 3, and also to provide additional time zone support to partners using Epic Games China's outsourcing services.

"We are recruiting highly talented and hard working developers, and giving them the resources they need to be successful," said Paul Meegan, chief executive officer of Epic Games China. "We believe in creating small, cohesive teams that leverage Unreal Engine 3, our production talent in Asia, as well as our Asian and Western design sensibilities and market awareness."

Titan Studios is home to a team of senior developers with experience at companies including Ubisoft, Epic Games, Scion Studios, Blizzard Entertainment and Lionhead Studios. The core of the team, previously operating as Darkstar Industries, began production on Sony's acclaimed Fat Princess game prior to its...
 

White Knight Chronicles Site Update: New World and Character

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306w ago - A new update to the official Japanese White Knight Chronicles Web site shows us a brand new area in the game as well as a new character.

The new area is rather woodsy, it seems, as we see nothing but log-cabins, wood, and grass.

The new character, who's name we do not know in English, has a Knight just as the main character does, and it's pretty freakin' cool too.

Check out the updates at the official site HERE.
 

Video: White Knight Chronicles - 14 Minutes from TGS 2008

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307w ago - Apparently White Knight has been kept heavily under the wraps in spite of the persistent fans outcries for more footage and/or screenshots.

Even during TGS 2008 (where we all believed we'd finally get to see some serious footage) everything was more or less cloak and dagger.

During TGS though, certain visitors to the White Knight Chronicles booth received a card that allowed them to download and watch a special 14-minute video of the game featuring some in-studio footage, in-game footage, and a pretty awesome transformation into the White Knight.

That video is now available below, courtesy of Joystiq. Enjoy!




 

Firefox Hits Record Market Share

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307w ago - Mozilla had a big month as Firefox is closing in on the 20% market share mark.

Microsoft's Internet Explorer continues to lose share.

Firefox has been playing with the 20% market share mark for some time now.

Back in July we reported that the browser has begun jumping over 20% on several days and this trend has solidified since then.

In October, Firefox' average market share as measured by Net Applications was 19.97%, up 0.51 points from 19.46% in September.
 
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