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Submitted by billythepunk 1443d ago | interview

Capcom's Seth Killian on PS3 "Jokier" Character Additions to Street Fighter X Tekken, Plus Much More

AusGamers recently interviewed Capcom's Seth Killian on many things regarding Street Fighter X Tekken, including the recent announcement of the likes of Cole, Pac-Man and Megaman appearing as extra characters in the PS3 version of the game.

"Frankly most of the characters on the PlayStation side tend to be in a little more jokier camp," he told AusGamers. "So you’ve got Namco’s Pac-Man riding around on Mokujin which is a bit silly, obviously the version of Megaman is more than a bit silly -- that joke was funnier at a time when things were going a bit better for the Blue Bomber, so I wish that hadn’t come at a sort of a sensitive time, but still a fun character -- mascot versus mascot corporately."

The rest of the interview covers game balance, 3D vs 2d (fighting planes) and much more. (PC, PS3, Street Fighter x Tekken, Xbox 360)

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