While it doesn’t feel like Tekken X Street Fighter is coming any time soon, fighting fans will be getting a little Akuma-flavored taste of those two worlds colliding again in Tekken 7’s upcoming “Fated Retribution” arcade update.
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.
Infamous protagonist Cole is joining Street Fighter X Tekken. Capcom showed off gameplay featuring Infamous' Cole MacGrath.
No, not Bob Saget (unfortunately). Sagat! According to this image, Street Fighter's Sagat is apparently coming to Street Fighter x Tekken.
Kotaku's played Street Fighter X Tekken, but from the sound of it, nobody outside Namco will playing Tekken X Street Fighter anytime soon.
Don't think of upcoming fighting crossovers as Street Fighter x Tekken (or vice-versa), but rather, one unhinged game producer against another.
Street Fighter producer Yoshinori Ono takes no chances as he prepares for a visit to Namco Bandai's Sunnyvale offices to talk the Street Fighter X Tekken crossover fighter, as seen on Capcom Unity.
Tekken game director and chief producer Katshuhiro Harada tells Tekken game director and chief producer Katsuhiro Harada that he plans to "announce something" at Capcom's Tokyo Game Show Tougeki Booth this Saturday.
The creators of Street Fighter and Tekken have been squabbling in Germany. They've been battling (playfully, with pranks) over Twitter all week. Who won? Take a look.
Namco gave Tekken and Street Fighter fans in Germany an unforgettable presentation at Gamescom this week in the form of a live action match between fighting game characters Ryu and Kazuya Mishima... and a cross-dressing Chun-li.
Namco held an unusual event at Gamescom today to give its European audience a peek at Street Fighter X Tekken. But fans of both fighting games also got a sneak peek at its successor sibling, Tekken X Street Fighter.
Street Fighter series producer Yoshinoro Ono and Tekken series director Katsuhiro Harada are due for a rematch, and they'll get their chance during a TEKKEN X Street Fighter tournament at GamesCom. The trash talk is already flying.
Street Fighter IV producer Yoshinori Ono had his "Street Fighter IV and Beyond" panel interrupted by Tekken producer Katsuhiro Harada today, with the rival fighting game makers joining together to announce two Street Fighter versus Tekken collaborations.