Here's a look at Capcom's recent Super Street Fighter IV event, held in Los Angeles, California. A great night of fun...one that was almost perfect (someone had to go and steal a crew member's camera, laptop, etc.)
That sucks that the guys stuff got stolen but awesome night n hopefully Capcom does it again
OMG.. so much fail in the comments... nice 11 multiple accounts there buddy.
haha, most of these people barely joined yesterday
wow you got to meet daigo? very cool
It is really a shame when someone has to go be an ass and do something like that. I hope Capcom gets their stuff back. :(
If I hear nething I will post here. Nonetheless, glad you had fun.
If it wasn't for really trying to get fit for the summer I would have gone. Next time Capcom!
Hey if youre going to E3, can you do something there as well?
Hey, I just wanted to say that you did a really good job on the article. Well written.
I'm glad you had fun and boo to the ahole that stole the cmaera
If they do sumthin like this in NY or sumthin I'm down
What a great piece. Please do write more, Paul!
Sounds like an awesome event and a cool place to be!
it seems like this guy is just bragging about what a good time he had. like, good for you *roles eyes* And does media get free admission to e3? how about travel and or accommodations?
It was a pretty awesome night but I had no idea that some one walked out with Capcom's equipment like that. That's really meessed up and unfortunate because like you said how often do companies to this for their fans and for FREE? Cool pix!
It looks like you had a good time and your car is SF customed? Nice. Did Capcom ever get there stuff back as far as you know?
Wow some people need to grow up.Really what is that person going to do with that footage?Show misfit friends. WHAT A LOSER!!!
Why is this in the wii section? This is obviously not out for wii. The submission categories are: "(Arcade, Culture, Industry, PC, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360)" Industry, PC and wii? There's no PC release. This has nothing to do with the broader video game industry. Quit trolling for hits, it's unprofessional and annoying.
Thank you all for your comments. To address a few questions: - Yes, Daigo was nice and it was cool getting to hang out with him and the rest of the Capcom gang when the show was over. - I am going to E3 this year, and yes, if you are a part of the media, you have a better chance of going, but not a definite one. I will also be doing a full on E3 q/a at Bitmob.com throughout the show. - There are ways to inquire about travel and stay. Head over to E3's website for more info. - Capcom is a pretty unique company to do this and I hope they get their stuff back, but as far as I know, they didn't yet. - My car has a couple of SF related things. First of all is the Hadouken license plate and secondly is the blue neon light underkit. -What will someone do with a camera and laptop? Probably sell it or enjoy being a scumbag and use it. - This article is also under industry, PC, and Wii, because the first and main part of the article is to try and help Capcom get their goods back. SF4 came out on PC, when a company does an event like this, it's a great way bring the industry closer to the general public. And though SSF4 didn't come out on Wii, Tatsunoko vs. Capcom and many other SF/Capcom games have over the years (on various Nintendo platforms, including Wii), so there still is relevance to reach out to that userbase. Thanks again!
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