Pocket Gamer reports that Street Fighter IV is currently available to download for only $0.99 cents as part of Capcom’s summer kickoff sale. The brawler features 14 characters with 11 different environments and an arcade mode to fight in head-to-head battles with your friends via Bluetooth.
Sales for Street Fighter IV and Worms 2 join with five freebies to kick off the new ASU week.
Ever since the release of Street Fighter IV, the fighting genre has seen something of a rebirth. For a long time, the genre had grown stagnant, with only the hardcore fans keeping things afloat. Since then, Capcom has saved the day, and given way to some incredible games from itself and other popular developers. Show More Summary
Two more World Warriors get the Play Arts Kai treatment with their own stellar action figures. It’s videogame action figure time, and today we turn to two new awesome figures in the Play Arts Kai line from Square Enix (yup, they make action figures too) that should arrive in Japanese hobby...Continue Reading on Walyou
The next two characters to join Play Arts Kai's growing Super Street Fighter IV toy line are Ken and Sakura. I have to agree with Martin over at Tomopop, Ken's design works great with the Play Arts style of figures while Sakura is coming...Show More Summary
Coming from an EDGE interview... “And that’s when they told me, ‘We’ve greenlit a game called Street Fighter IV, and here’s a really early wireframe.’ I was like, ‘Wow, this looks terrible.’ ‘This is the worst thing I’ve ever seen.’ I was being very tough. Show More Summary
Pop Culture Shock has been on a roll lately, and they're continuing their trend of amazing toys with their new Street Fighter IV statue based on Akuma and Gouken locked in battle. It comes in at 16.5 inches tall, and there's a variant...Show More Summary
Pipoca, the Brazilian animator who brought us First-Person Bomberman, now delivers this concept of Street Fighter IV's bonus stage, fought first-person style. It's a great take, but if the combos are based on your point of view, I'm now completely messed up on how to throw a hadouken. What's forward? Up? More »
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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is now on the PSN. Also, PlayStation Plus members now get Super Street Fighter IV and Rochard free of charge.
MTV, Vimeo and more planned before Spring. Microsoft's announced 40 new entertainment apps set to launch on Xbox Live before Spring 2013.Click here to read the full article Related Stories US PS Plus subs get Super Street Fighter IV:...Show More Summary
Fighter offered alongside platform puzzler Rochard at no extra cost. Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition will be offered to US PlayStation Plus subscribers at no extra cost as of tomorrow's US PS Store update.Click here to read the...Show More Summary
Tomorrow's PlayStation Network update adds two freebies to the Instant Game Collection for PlayStation Plus members: Rochard and Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition. Last week, PS Plus subscribers were treated to a free copy of BioShock...Show More Summary
Another pair of games are coming to PlayStation Plus subscribers tomorrow, in the shapely forms of Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition and Rochard. If you like punching faces or, er, the voice of Duke Nukem muttering about solving physics puzzles, it's good news. Show More Summary
Tuesday will see two new games added to PlayStation’s Instant Game Collection, and we’ve got the details.
This week PlayStation Plus continues the piping hot delivery of updates to keep you warm this December. Last week, you took the plunge into the underwater world of Rapture with BioShock 2 joining the Instant Game Collection. This week,...Show More Summary
Witness another poor decision on my part. Street Fighter IV taught me not to play modern fighting games, or, at the very least, speak my opinion of them in public. Of course, that was before I was able to post to the third largest gaming...Show More Summary
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A portion of an MTV interview with Capcom's Tomoaki Ayano... Multiplayer: The fighting genre’s never really gone away, but it came back so seriously with the return of SFIV. Why do you think that was? Ayano: Fighting games can be seen as tools for competition that are utilized by players. Show More Summary
Sometimes all a person wants in a console-quality iOS game is a faithful port. Street Fighter IV Volt is one such port.