Chatting with a Capcom rep Tueday, Next Generation asked how Street Fighter IV is coming along ("great," of course) and what exactly it's going to look like. "You'll find out Thursday," said Capcom's Chris Kramer.
I wonder if Surfer Girl will be giving us this news? "crosses fingers"
I called it first. If she does, she'll be copying me :3
o man, a date all gamers can rejoice! If its still in some form of 2-D
For me, and this is only me, but I'd be happy with Street Fighter HD, throw in a create a character/fighter with full pixle swap and move adjust and I'd be so happy. Online too, of course. Imagine making your own SF character using the pixles and sprites of the game and naming it and then giving it moves. Then... taking it online. That's what they need to do with the series.
I am DYING to see the game engine that they are gonna use :D Hopefully still looks 2D :)
I hope its 4D
Just joking :p
If i see one polygon...*shakes fist*
It's going to run at 60fps in 360/Wii and 30fps in PS3.
just like UT3 rite?
padre: i am now quite positive that u're a retard. All of your comments proves that!
I think Im the only one that found that funny.
That says a lot about you Socomnick
and if it is rendered in 3D I think it will be a let down to true fans of the series. There is nothing wrong with some nice Hi-Res, anime quality, type artwork. The last 3D Streetfighter I played was Street Fighter EX2 and it was garbage(IMO). With how awesome the artwork and animation was on SF3 Third Strike I would love to see an update in 2D.
IF IT WAS EXCLUSIVE TO THE WII?
Please Capcom don't disappoint us.
prob wont tell us enought to make a difference for now
Playing SF III Third Strike on CPS3 emulation. Man, I love this game. Please leave this game in 2D. Even 2.5 might work. Please no 3D. My heart can't take that pain.
Holy ****, Can't wait. I though we won't be seeing much till 2008. Great find and news.
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