Mysterious 'Hadouken Cabs' ad teases possible Street Fighter game for PS4
Sony appears to be teasing something Street Fighter-related to the PlayStation 4. According to VG247, Sony sent them a video advertising a fictional taxi cab company, Hadouken Cabs, which seems to strongly hint at a Street Fighter game for the PlayStation 4.
**Update** Sony has officially uploaded the "Hadouken Cab" video to its official YouTube channel.
There's a few things to notice here. The first is the blatant PlayStation messaging; towards the end of the video you can see the DualShock 4 controller and the signature triangle, X, square, and circle buttons, as well as the PS4's "#4ThePlayers" slogan.
The second is that the registration plate on the cab refers to the Super Street Fighter II Turbo release year, while the phone number references the release date of the original Street Fighter arcade game.
Lastly, the website shown on the store in the video actually leads to a website for the fake Hadouken Cabs company. On the website, you can choose to talk to an operator which is actually a recorded message that's quite funny.
There's no actual PlayStation 4 messaging on the site or in the source code, but the teaser video is a strong indication something is probably in the works. Could Sony and Capcom be readying to make an announcement at the PlayStation All Access event on November 14th?