In Street Fighter's famous bonus stage, the goal is to smash cars. That's the same goal in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition Ver. 2012—even if it looks like the goal of SF character is something else entirely.
On Dec. 2, the free update will hit Japanese arcades first, and then it will be available for home console download on Dec. 13. The patch rebalances SSFIV:AE and adds a "Ver.2012" below the title screen's logo. [Capcom]
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.
Many of the facts about the upcoming home version of Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition leaked already. It adds four characters: Evil Ryu, Oni, Yun and Yang. It improved the game's spectator mode, adding an Elite Channel that lets people watch games contested by players with 3000pp or more. It lets you follow up…
Tomorrow, Japanese arcade gamers will get the chance to try out Evil Ryu in Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition. He's like regular Ryu, only because some of his attacks are more powerful, they're slower.