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Capcom Announces Online-Equipped Street Fighter III Third Strike

While Street Fighter II was a revolution in fighting games, perhaps the most fondly-loved of the expansive series is Street Fighter III 3rd Strike, released in 1999. While the game was difficult to pick up for fighting newbies, experienced world warriors fell in love with the game's incredibly deep system, beautifully-animated characters and backgrounds, and wide array of colorful combatants. Still popular in tournaments to this day, the game has seen little in the way of a revival, until now. At the same Comic-Con panel where Capcom producer Yoshinori Ono dropped the Street Fighter X Tekken bombshell, he also confirmed that Street Fighter III 3rd Strike was getting geared up for a re-release, with one major change from the original game: Online play. Read More

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Capcom Slashing Marvel Vs. Capcom 2 & Other PSN Prices by Half, PS.Blog Contest

Capcom has revealed via the PlayStation.Blog that beginning today, they are offering Marvel vs. Capcom 2 by fifty percent for the next week. And following that? Another game each week, over the course of five weeks in total. $7.49 will get you MVC2, and on February 25th, the same price will net you Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix. Following that, Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo HD Remix drops to $4.99 on March 4th, with Age of Booty and 1942: Joint Strike going for the same price on March 11th and 18th, respectively. Read More

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What If OverClocked Remix Scored Sonic the Hedgehog 4?

Let's face it: people don't tend to trust SEGA to handle Sonic the Hedgehog properly. Even when something good comes along, it is heavily scrutinized as fingers are crossed, and Sonic the Hedgehog 4 is no exception. In fact, it perhaps exemplifies the rule more than any other game we've seen in the past decade. But while people question their ability to pull off the look, the physics, and other such attributes that made the Genesis Sonic titles such enduring classics, what about the music? Sonic's audio accompaniments have shifted from synthetic J-pop chiptunes to the rock, hard rock, and metal (as Wikipedia describes them) we've been listening to ever since Sonic Adventure. Read More

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Capcom USA Decides Re-releases

Capcom's response to a community question this week revealed that the power to re-release classics falls under the American branch of the company. This apparently follows the same pattern as Capcom's previous re-releases. A Capcom Unity forum poster asked how one would reach Street Fighter IV producer Yoshinori Ono about re-releasing Street Fighter III 3rd Strike for download in the same way as Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix, and Marvel vs Capcom 2. Capcom Business Development and Strategic Planning Vice President Christian Svensson responded on Monday, saying that Capcom USA is the company to talk to. "Such a project is more likely to be championed in our office rather than Japan given recent history," said Svensson. "The two other projects (SSFII HD Remix and Marvel vs Capcom 2) were championed by me specifically and produced in our office." Svensson didn't confirm that any such procedures were already happening. Read More

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Media: The Unused Intro for Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix

Issues with crummy d-pads aside, Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix was a great remake of a classic fighting game. However, for all of its redrawn sprites, for all of its remixed music, for all of its remade backgrounds, select screens, and endings, one thing remained missing. See now for yourself the intro of the game as it should have been, remade by Udon but unused for reasons unknown: It's a pity this didn't make it in-- it would have completed the package nicely, especially leading in to the title screen they used. I wonder what caused it to be left on the cutting-room floor. Space? Or something else? Read More

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Vote for How Capcom Delivers New Resident Evil 5 Content

Since its debut at the Tokyo Game Show, we've seen quite a bit of info about Resident Evil 5: Alternative Edition, including that the scope of the added mission outgrew what was originally planned, thus necessitating a retail release. But, as it turns out, that may only apply to the Japanese version of the title. Out West, however, may be another story. And you can help determine whether it is or not. Read More

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The Ever-Growing Prices of Xbox LIVE Arcade Titles

Some, if not most, of my favorite Xbox 360 games come from the Xbox LIVE Arcade branch of the console's available titles. In fact, I would even go so far as to say I've easily spent more time on those titles than I have on store-bought product. And one reason for this? Well, they're games that appeal to me, sure. But another reason is the price. Unfortunately, while prices for Community/Indie games are falling, it seems that the price of LIVE Arcade games is ever-steadily creeping upward. Read More

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Media: New Tatsunoko vs. Capcom Gameplay Videos; No PS3 or 360 Versions Planned

While PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 owners are soaking up all of the fighting fun blessed upon them by Capcom with Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix, Street Fighter IV, and Marvel vs. Capcom 2, Wii owners get but one humble offering in the form of Tatsunoko vs. Capcom. And even that was a struggle to get Stateside. Nonetheless, there are those who want to know if they can expect it, too, to come to one of the HD consoles. "Currently, no, but we would like to see the reaction of the western market when we release the game on Wii," Producer Ryota Niitsuma tells VideoGamer.com. "The other problem is the game is optimised for the Wii system, especially the graphics features, so if we were to port it to PS3 or Xbox 360 we would have to make the game from scratch, and in that case we might as well just make a sequel of the series on those consoles rather than porting it." For now, Xbox 360 and PS3 owners will have to bask in the glory of the two new gameplay videos released by IGN: More Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All Stars News & Previews The second one is after the cut. Read More