The devil man may rise.
While summer time action movies are consistently releasing to the […]
Super Street Fighter IV was released as an expansion to the original fourth installment of the beloved franchise, but that isn’t stopping Capcom from releasing more content with another moniker tacked on.
While fighting games may not necessarily be the prime destination for downloadable expansion packs, Capcom doesn’t look to let that stop them on charging consumers for content. What is it this time? Even more costumes!
The PlayStation LifeStyle team loves a good deal as much as we love our PS3â€™s. If the previous deal for Castlevania: Lords of Shadow wasnâ€™t up your alley then don’t worry. Maybe taking on a few World Warriors is more your speed? If so, Ken Masters is calling your name.
Awhile back, we reported that Yoshinori Ono had plans to release an arcade version of Super Street Fighter IV (SSFIV) as DLC for both the Xbox 360 and the PS3. But now, it looks like Ono-san’s plans may have taken a blow just below the belt by Capcom.
Even months after release, Capcom are still releasing Super Street […]
Super Street Fighter IV, which was published by Capcom, added […]
Just last week PlayStation LifeStyle reported that Super Street Fighter IV Producer Yoshinori Ono had a “new game” in development. But a new rumor has come out that no one ever saw coming.
Legendary creator of Street Fighter hints at next game…
Street Fighter creator, Yoshi Ono has recently released a rather […]
Capcom is once again hard at work churning out more […]
Capcom will be releasing a new update next month which […]
EA Sports’ FIFA 10 sold an accumulative 10 million units […]
Street Fighter IV is without a doubt, one of the […]
Yet another dreadful work week has passed, and with that, […]
Get Super. Get informed. Get our review. Get this game.
Super Street Fighter IV, Capcom’s lower-priced upgrade to Street Fighter […]
While the “ultra” and “mega” Street Fighter names sound fun […]
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.
When Street Fighter 4 hit last year, it brought about the great ‘Fighting GameÂ ResurrectionÂ of 2009’. Capcom looks to to continue theirÂ dominanceÂ 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.