Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition confirmed for PC, PS3, 360

Expanded edition of fighting game will be available as downloadable update, stand-alone title; will feature Street Fighter III's Yun and Yang, Evil Ryu, and Oni.

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Less than two weeks after it was first outed by the British Board of Film Classification, Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition has been officially confirmed. The expanded edition of Super Street Fighter IV is in development for the PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360, and it will be available in two versions. On June 7, it will be released as a downloadable upgrade for existing Xbox 360 and PS3 Super Street Fighter IV owners for 1,200 Microsoft points or $14.99. A full console retail product will ship on June 24 in Europe and June 28 in North America, with the PC edition to follow in July. Capcom anticipates the title will get a T-for-Teen rating from the Entertainment Software Ratings board.

Evil Ryu is just one of the new characters in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition.
Evil Ryu is just one of the new characters in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition.

The Arcade Edition of Super Street Fighter IV adds four new characters to its roster of 39 fighters. In addition to Street Fighter III veterans Yun and Yang, the game sees a demonic pair joining the roster in the form of Evil Ryu and an even eviler version of Akuma called Oni. Returning fighters include Ryu, Chun-li, Juri, El Fuerte, and Rufus. All characters will be unlocked at the game's start.

Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition will also sport several technical tweaks. Capcom said the game will sport all-new character balancing, "further refining gameplay." It will also feature an updated replay channel that will let players follow up to five individual player replays, making it easier to track down individual players. The My Channel Advanced option will let players send out their replay data to 50 friends. Finally, the Arcade edition will sport an Elite Channel, which well let players watch replays from players who boast a rating of 3,000 PP or more.

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