The EVO Championship Series World Final 2010 has begun! Going all weekend long and featuring all of your favorite fighting game, you’d be wont to miss watching whether you’re a fan of the genre or not.
That’s right folks, we won’t be seeing a Hyper Super Street Fighter IV Turbo, which is good in some regards, and bad in others. Street Fighter IV‘s producer, Yoshinori Ono, is more than aware of the mistakes Capcom has made in the past, and refuses to repeat them.
Back in September, Capcom announced Super Street Fighter IV, the sequel to Street Fighter IV, polarizing video game insiders. Many thought the game was a marketing gimmick that abused gamers for buying the original release. Others believed the game would bring necessary balancing tweaks — extra characters and other features would just be icing on […]
On September 28, Capcom announced the sequel to Street Fighter IV to resounding applause from fans of the franchise as well as a collective, â€œExcuse Me?â€ from just about everyone else. In keeping with Capcomâ€™s traditional â€œadjective add-onâ€ over further â€œnumerical denominationâ€ naming system, the new title will be dubbed Super Street Fighter IV.