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"Capcom has finally confirmed the widely rumored followup to the smash hit Street Fighter IV. Borrowing the SUPER title from the 90’s (and same exact logo), super implies bigger, badder, and beastlier. This sequel is shaping up to be one of the most anticipated fighting game sequels in 10 years.
Information is pouring out of Japan, just after the TGS show has ended. An interview with Ono, has revealed some juicy details about the game, including some of the new cast. T. Hawk, and Dee Jay are included, as well as a new Korean Tae Kwon Do martial arts expert named Juri, who is rumored to be one of Seth’s henchmen.
Last week, several websites had reported some rumors regarding the rest of the cast, and had the name of the new character before it was released yesterday.
Some of the information was listed as two new characters, Juri, and Hakan (Hakan being a Arab grappler associated with lots and lots of oils), and EIGHT returning cast members from other Street Fighter games. Dudley, Ibuki, and Makoto from the Street Fighter III series. From the Street Fighter Alpha series, we have Cody, Adon, and Guy, and from the Super Turbo series, we have T. Hawk and Dee Jay. We will have to wait and see what Capcom reveals to see if any of these rumors turn out to be true.
Expect massive changes in all the old returning cast as well. Improvements and overall gameplay will be fine tuned to make this the best Street Fighter to date.
Coming Exclusively to XBOX 360 and Playstation 3 in Spring 2010! Get Hype!!
Edit: Here is a video of T. Hawk, Dee Jay, and Juri in action!"
Confirmed no arcade release which is going to be interesting. That might make this release dead on arrival or at a minimum splinter the SF community. So this might be a game where you play it at home but no one plays it at tournaments which should affect its longevity. Unfortunate really