Capcom Under Fire For Limited Street Fighter IV Offline Access

When Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition PC was announced to have a restricted offline mode, fans went mad. The offline mode restricted players to the use of just 15 of 39 playable characters, due to the fact most have to be purchased as DLC. This was originally an attempt to protect the game from piracy; however the community was outraged.

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DangerousDanMcGrew2698d ago

About time they sorted this out.

Dart892698d ago

Seriously capcom get you're shizznit straight go back to the snes days.

TheFodi2698d ago

Fans should just quit whining. Gaming companies aren't going to listen to you when they're making loads of money anyway.

Baka-akaB2698d ago

Not a good news and idea obviously , but hey , they did released the original without that crap (along with the best versions of dmc and lost planet1) , with it ending up the most torrented game of the year with cod .

user98412882698d ago (Edited 2698d ago )

Right! Capcom tried to not have this. Blame the thieves. Their the ones that are going out and buying 1000+ dollar gaming systems then wont fork over 35 dollars for SSF4AE. Their the reason PC gaming has and is getting shafted with DRM and sloppy ports of xbox games time after time.

Baka-akaB2698d ago (Edited 2698d ago )

actually i dont think its a good idea and solution . I was just pointing out , in those current times of "capcom sux" "capcom always try to screw us" kind of comments , that they still tried to be good on pc ... instead of pulling a d*ck move a la ubisoft from the get go .

It's a terrible idea and only an hassle for actual customers

zeal0us2698d ago

I went to capcom forum and user name "pkt" said one the best statements.

"Yeah, sure. Here's the full list of instances where DRM stopped pirates in the past:"

you notice the list is empty lol.

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