Super Street Fighter IV

An in-depth look at T. Hawk, Dee Jay, and Juri

When we first heard about Super Street Fighter IV a few months ago, we felt like Capcom was getting ready to milk its fans. A few new characters just didn’t seem to justify a completely new stand-alone title when they could’ve been distributed via DLC. But after spending some time with an early build of the upcoming follow-up to our favorite fighting game of 2009, Super Street Fighter IV doesn’t seem like it’ll be a bad deal at all. In fact, it looks like there’s more than enough content to keep fans happy. In addition to new characters, we’ll see lots of new online modes, and the return of classic bonus stages. Plus, plans to tag the title with a lower price tag than the original, further sweetens the deal.





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