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Capcom will remove the "limited offline" restrictions DRM places on the PC versions of Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, saying its community convinced it that such measures meant legitimate users would have a worse experience than the pirates the DRM means to thwart.
Kayo Satoh, aka "Kayo Police", is one of Japan's most talented Street Fighter players. She's also a popular fashion model. But she wasn't always a she.
When Street Fighter IV was first released, you couldn't throw a fireball without tripping over somebody playing as Ken. Over a year on from its release, though, and it's time to find out who's really the most popular fighter.
There's an interesting piece up over on Capcom's Japanese Street Fighter blog today, showcasing some of the concept art used during the production of Street Fighter IV.
No wonder Cody is always in irons. There are few places on earth that will let a man punch a woman in the face like this and avoid the strong arm of the law.
Capcom today have announced Super Street Fighter IV, a new, standalone title which is Street Fighter IV with eight new characters added and some tweaks made based on community feedback.
Capcom US said information on a possible Street Fighter IV update was coming "mebbe Monday". Looks like they were a little off.
Mekishiko916 likes Street Fighter, and is handy with circuits and a soldering iron. Combining those two, he's come up with these amazing hand-made arcade sticks that aren't just heavy-duty, they're wireless as well.
The assistant producer of the arcade version of Capcom's Street Fighter IV has given fans of the game the ultimate excuse for failing, admitting that characters Seth and Sagat might be a bit too powerful.
PC gamers eager to get their hands on Capcom's Street Fighter IV will have to wait until this summer, with Capcom pondering the possibility of bundling the game with arcade controllers at retail.
Mostly-impressive press release from Capcom Japan just arrived. Street Fighter IV is out, and they're excited to let us know that they've shipped two million copies of the game.
It's like something out of a fanboy fantasy land. At next year's CES, there will be a Street Fighter IV tournament. In which Capcom, Microsoft and Sony will select champions, then do battle.
Capcom Europe has dropped details on the limited Collectors Edition Box sets for Street Fighter IV that European and Australian fans will be able to get their hands on come February 20th.
That's female Japanese "talent" Hikari Takada. She's doing the ads for SFIV. "It's was my first TV commercial shoot, and it was tough, but also fun. I really hope everyone enjoys the ad."
An eagle-eyed Belgian gamer at the N.E.X.T. games expo took a pic of what is probably the character select screen from Street Fighter IV's console version. Unless it isn't. Internets is internets, after all. Assuming it is legit though, there are at least 26 playable characters - all the usual gang of Blanka, Chun Li,…
Capcom's gone dizzy for and silly for slogans. The home console advertising push for SFIV features characters fighting against block-colored backgrounds with big, cheeky text. Some of them work and work really well and some do not at all. Any favorites?
Street Fighter IV Arcade is like a bowl of cherries - only the bowl is only available in Japan and you have to pay $$$ to illegally import the cherries. Then you have to solder the cherries to, er, a different bowl and they may not work and, er, taste wrong. Look, just forget about the cherries! Soon, you will be able…