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Street Fighter X Tekken News, Trailer, & Screenies!

For years there has been an on-going rivalry between Street Fighter fans, and those who love Tekken. Now, thanks to Capcom and Namco Bandai, gamers will get the chance to officially face-off. Revealed at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con yesterday, gamers squealed with delight when the trailer for Street Fighter X Tekken was shown. Using the same character style from Street Fighter IV and Super Street Fighter IV, Tekken characters such as Kazuya Mishima and Nina Williams are thrust into the 2D world of Street Fighter.

Based on the trailer and screenshots, we know for sure that Ryu, Chun-Li, Dan, Kazuya, and Nina will be in the game. Odds are other fan favorites like Heihachi, Guile, M. Bison, Anna, and more will be included as well. One Tekken character I’d love to see thrown in would be Yoshimitsu. He was one of my favorite Tekken characters, and I think his style would fit perfectly.

There will be Versus and Training modes, as well as a Tag Team combat where players can select two characters to deliver special combos and knockout assist attacks. There is no release date yet, but this game promises to be truly badass.

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  • Austin Alan

    This looks like an interesting match up
    I would love to see a game where every fighter is in it
    like in the menus, you select hand to hand or weapons based combat. Then in either one are fighters from those kinds of games, as a Nightmare Vs Ken wouldnt be pretty.

  • lindsey

    Yeah I’m interested in it as well. My only complaint is that I don’t care too much for 3D fighting games. I prefer the classics like Marvel vs. Capcom 2, Mortal Kombat, etc. The art style really puts me off. I’d give it a go if Yoshimitsu is in it though.

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