Street Fighter X Tekken released on March 6, 2012, meaning Namco Bandai has been answering so-where-the-hell-is-it questions about Tekken X Street Fighter since March 7, 2012. Five games under the Tekken brand have appeared since, raising offhand speculation about TxSF's priority.
OMFG, you guys are not going to believe what Street Fighter X Tekken has in store for you with its 2013 Version. New characters? Alternate costumes? A bunch of shit already locked on the disc? Nope, nope, and nope.
Those who preordered Street Fighter X Tekken on the PS Vita didn't receive all of the downloadable content bonuses—alternate costumes and additional characters—promised to them.
Celebrating the release of Street Fighter X Tekken on the PlayStation Vita, Capcom has released Friend Fighter on Facebook, a silly little app that's not much more than an excuse to prove I have more friends than Kirk Hamilton.
At a recent Street Fighter X Tekken tourney in Taiwan, a slew of cosplayers showed up, bringing the iconic fighters to life. This isn't a first for Capcom—and Street Fighter producer Yoshinori Ono once again got in on the act and dressed up as Chun-Li! He's such a great Chun-Li.
The first release of downloadable content for Street Fighter X Tekken's PC version has been delayed—on Steam. If you use Games For Windows Live, you could get it on Friday, says Capcom. What's the holdup? "An unforeseen error with the Valve submission process," according to the Capcom-Unity blog. The pack should…
A dozen new fighters in Street Fighter X Tekken will go on sale July 31, Capcom said yesterday at EVO 2012. It'll cost 1,600 Microsoft Points/$19.99 to unlock them from the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 disc where they reside.
That tech demo we saw of the Street Fighter X Tekken crossover running on an iPad earlier this month becomes a real boy, as Capcom shrinks Ryu, Nina, Chun-Li and Kazuya down until they fit inside iOS devices.
Here's tech demo footage of Street Fighter X Tekken for the iOS. No word if (and when) this is coming out. It's just a tech demo.
In updating the console versions of Street Fighter X Tekken to fix a few bugs, Capcom has accidentally introduced a new one, which completely breaks the game. Whoops.
Capcom has taken heavy fire from gamers upset with the publisher's tendency to ship some of its games with on-disc downloadable content. Physical copies of games like Dragon's Dogma and Street Fighter X Tekken ship with content that you can only access if you dish out extra for the privilege.
Commenter President-Magikarp has already purchased a copy of Street Fighter X Tekken on Steam, so he feels no qualms about downloading a pirated pre-release version of the game. How's that sit with you?
If I were to punch you in the stomach and you could punch me back, we'd call that a fair fight. (No offense, but hopefully I'd win.)
We've got new trailers for the PS Vita edition of Street Fighter x Tekken. Capcom promises 55 characters in the Vita version: the 43 available in the console game as well as six more from each side. Blanka, Cody, Dudly, Elena, Guy, and Sakura round out the Street Fighter crew, and Alisa, Bryan, Christie, Jack, Lars,…
On April 14, a fighting game tournament called Fight For Youth will be going down in Norwalk/La Mirada, California. Up for grabs is not fame, or even internet fame, but the chance to lend a very practical, helping hand to local kids.
Earlier this month, Capcom drew controversy when Street Fighter X Tekken, released in the US on March 6 and in other regions later that week, proved to have locked, future "DLC" content on the retail launch disc.
Fans love Yoshinori Ono, producer of the Street Fighter series, for his upbeat attitude and crazy antics. He appears at countless events and always seems like he's doing his best to promote Street Fighter—whether that be in person or on Twitter.