"The temptation is there, for example, to have a game where Kazuya eats poop, for instance," jokes Street Fighter x Tekken producer, Yoshinori Ono.
He's kidding, of course. Well, mostly. For years Namco Bandai and and Capcom have been at the forefront of a fighting game rivalry, the former with its Tekken franchise and Capcom with the recently reinvigorated Street Fighter series. With Capcom's Street Fighter x Tekken, the publisher's take on the rivalry goes public, with the two game universes colliding in an ultimate fighting game showdown.
It's only fair: Namco Bandai will have its chance to to have its voice heard with Tekken x Street Fighter. But Capcom's already has a leg up on its competition -- it showed us an early (but completely playable) build of Street Fighter x Tekken at its Captivate event in Miami last week.