Bryce Wilson of RipTen; "Earlier in the week players somehow gained access to two new characters ... Capcom is taking a heavy stance however, promptly suspending YouTube accounts that showcase gameplay of the two new characters."
Come on...I mean the cat is already out of the bag.
Capcom is already completely insane this gen. This is no surprise.
Yeah, this is a bit over the top considering people already know the content is out there.
Cant wait for Evil Blanka
Capcom ninjas just equipped the banhammer.
I'm pretty sure Capcom is not shutting down any YouTube accounts, at the most they are contacting YouTube and having them remove the videos for breach of copyright. I highly doubt Capcom can just wander around YouTube and delete accounts as they please.
Same shit different smell.
you mean different shit but same smell.
YouTube account PIKACHUAKUMA has been terminated because we have received multiple third-party notifications of copyright infringement from claimants, including: * CAPCOM CO., LTD. * CAPCOM CO., LTD. * CAPCOM CO., LTD. User 'PIKACHUAKUMA' aka JR Rodriguez, a big name in the Street Fighter community who's been suspended due to Capcom =( How was him recording footage from his local arcades copyright infringement? There was no rule there saying they couldnt record.
That's what had me REALLY confused, so I contacted focusattack, and I was told that the build of the game itself was not supposed to even be available for play. Now on the surface, that would make sense, but I'm assuming that the videos we've all seen are from multiple arcades, not just one. However, I know I also saw an image from an arcade screen showing dip switch settings of Evil Ryu set to (playable), so I'm just guessing this is what was not supposed to have been done. I don't know, a lot of it all sounds funny, but as others have said, it's too late to hide anything anyway. Wouldn't be surprised if it was all done on purpose.
Why hide it really? People know clearly.
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