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%26rsquo;t seem to justify a completely new stand-alone title when they could%26rsquo;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%26rsquo;t seem like it%26rsquo;ll be a bad deal at all. In fact, it looks like there%26rsquo;s more than enough content to keep fans happy. In addition to new characters, we%26rsquo;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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