CVG writes: "More Street Fighter IV screens for you today. And guess who's in them. Yup, the same Ryu and Ken fight, in the same frickin' level, but it's okay because these eight screens show something cool."
...... ...... ......"The JOEY has Spoken"
whats the obsession with talking baby kangaroos dude? Its a bit odd to say the least...
When is this game suppose to be released anyway, can anyone tell me please.
I don't think an official date has been given but I'm seen reports of end 2008 early 2009.
how is this news ? just press "Prt Scrn" button on ur computer when watching the trailer they released months ago...
I believe this game will play well, but I am still disappointed it is not 2d sprites...I am not excited about this game anymore, I will just forget it ever happened just like DMc 2 and the rest
Well there is the SF2HD remake to 1080p. It is simply stunning how they did the did the sprites.
The expression on Ryu's face in some of the screens is classic
LMAO @ ryu's face in one of the pictures
This is not Street Fighter. Look at the models. Look at the legs. It's Hobbit Fighter. They look like dwarfs with thick legs and weird feet. Sry but i have to agree with whatever site was complaining about the look. It looks FUGLY.
I think it has potential...but KEN's eyes sort of creep me out...
I love all Street fighter games (hence my virtual name),but this game is beautiful ugly. They look like they have taking some sort of weight gainer. Like bad game art from the 90's. I'm sure it will play great but capcom please go a different direction artistically, PLEASE.
I won't make any judgements until I have played the game.
Pretty cool but can't wait until they show more characters for this game.
I'm not sure how excited I should be by Street Fighter 2.5 3d (which is what this actually is). I keep hoping that Capcom will do something fresh and interesting with the series and I doubt this will be it.
I'm not as jazzed about it as I once was...
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