Members of Sony's PlayStation Plus subscription service have a new batch of games to grab for free, as a pair roll in for PlayStation 3 and PS Vita, including Remember Me and Street Fighter x Tekken. Read on for more.
Raise your hand if you're still playing Street Fighter x Tekken. I imagine at least a couple are in the air, so this post is for you! Originally slated for mid-December, the massive SFxT ver. 2013 updated has been pushed back, and is now expected to go live on January 29, 2013. Read on for more!
In time for this weekend's PAX game fan mega-event, UDON Entertainment has a couple of very attractive, relevant new art books hitting stores, Street Fighter X Tekken: Artworks and Persona 4: Official Design Works. Get a preview after the jump.
Street Fighter X Tekken let the best martial artists of Capcom and Namco Bandai collide on PS3 and 360, and we know the battle's also coming to the Vita--but following in the footsteps of Street Fighter IV, SFxT will also be getting an iOS version! Hit the jump for details and screens!
Love it or hate it, Street Fighter X Tekken continues the crossover clash on the Vita, with a continuation of the console game's story and a bunch of new characters. Hit the jump for a look at the new characters' gameplay as well as an eight-minute story trailer!
Capcom's been getting a lot of flak from consumers, mostly over how they (mis)handle delivery of DLC. Hit the jump to see what Capcom USA's Senior Vice President Christian Svensson has to say about the future of Capcom DLC!
Capcom may have brought fighting games back to the forefront with Street Fighter IV, but its newest brawler--Namco Bandai crossover Street Fighter X Tekken--has not lived up to sales expectations. Hit the jump for more details!
Ever-friendly Street Fighter producer Yoshinori Ono has stepped down from his position--but don't worry, it's only temporary! Hit the jump to see what will become of the Street Fighter series in his absence, as well as Ono's plans for the future!
Capcom has finally announced the prices for the Street Fighter X Tekken DLC, including the controversial twelve on-disc DLC characters, and... it's not bad at all. Hit the jump for some surprising reveals!
We've seen Ryu and Ken take on Kazuya in the Thousand Pounds Action Company short, and now director Mike Diva offers his own Street Fighter X Tekken fan film. Watch Tekken's Jun Kazama do some rowdy club brawlin' with Street Fighter's Vega in the clip after the jump.
With the amount of coverage it's been getting, Capcom has a lot to live up to with Street Fighter X Tekken. Their attempt to win over new fans has been a double-edged sword--hit the jump to see what Street Fighter X Tekken does right, and where it stumbles!
Some people love fan films, others hate 'em, and for good reason. For every solid production there are countless amateur misfires, but Street Fighter X Tekken fan film The Devil Within hits the mark. Watch Ryu and Ken take on Kazuya in the 10-minute short past the break.
Sometimes, just telling it in a news post just isn't enough. CRN writer Nate Ming only slightly breaks the Natestalgia mold to share his thoughts on one of the most heated subjects of debate among gamers--downloadable content, especially on-disc DLC. Inflammatory opinions after the jump!