Street Fighter IV

Twisted Metal = Mortal Kombat Meets Unreal Tournament

Speaking during a live demo at E3, Jaffe explained to NowGamer how Twisted Metal’s interesting Nuke mode was inspired by Street Fighter IV and not Call of Duty. He wants to bring the instant playability and fun which Street Fighter IV brings to the table to Nuke mode and says what the game is a mix of.

by Zak Islam
June 18th, 2010

Super Street Fighter IV Hadokens Bestsellers List

With Super Street Fighter IV arriving on the PlayStation 3 in just over 3 weeks, retailers are offering deals left and right to claim your money. One major online retailer is offering a deal so sweet, that it quickly took over the bestseller spot in no time flat.

by Thomas Williams
April 7th, 2010

Super Street Fighter IV TV Spot Ready for a Fight

When Street Fighter 4 hit last year, it brought about the great ‘Fighting Game Resurrection of 2009’. Capcom looks to to continue their dominance of the genre this year with Super Street Fighter IV. Thanks to Seth Killian of Capcom, the trailer for SSFIV has debuted and I have great news for you: It doesn’t feature that horrible ‘Indestructible’ song from the original release. Yuck.

by Thomas Williams
April 7th, 2010

Super Offer with Purchase of Super Street Fighter IV

Super Street Fighter IV is already going to be a super deal considering the fact that the game adds 10 new characters, 5 new stages, 2 new bonus stages, and new offline and online modes at the sweet price of $39.99. How would you like even more money back? One online retailer has an even better deal for you that you might want to check out.

by Thomas Williams
April 6th, 2010

And the 10th New Challenger in SSFIV is..

Street Figher fans, I have excellent news for you. The 10th and Final ‘New’ Challenger in Super Street Fighter IV has been revealed. Now I have some bad news. It’s the Weirdest. Character. Ever. I kid you not. You have to check this guy out.

by Thomas Williams
March 11th, 2010

Capcom Confirms Lower Price Tag for SSFIV

When Capcom announced that Super Super Fighter IV would actually carry a cheaper price tag than the original release, fans didn’t ask why, they just accepted it with a smile. Gamestop, among other various retailers, listed the fighter for an oh so sweet price of $40 and guess what? Capcom has confirmed it.

by Thomas Williams
March 4th, 2010
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