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Friday, 19 October 2007 11:00

Street Fighter IV confirmed

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Rumors were true

 

Capcom has confirmed the rumors about Street Fighter IV at an event in London. No additional information about the game has been available, but now we know for certain that Street Fighter is coming back.

A teaser trailer shows Ken and Ryu fighting, and that is enough for most of us to get excited. Let us just hope that Capcom won't turn this into something regretful. For starters, we are talking about Capcom previously switching to 3D, which ruined some of the good games. If Capcom does indeed decide to go 3D, it better be good this time.

We are already seeing future sequels called Street Fighter IV: Hyper Mega something. You can check out the trailer here.


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