These days, Capcom seems to be doing a lot more work to mend their much wounded relationship with their customer base. Most recently, many PC Street Fighter X Tekken players have expressed their desire to receive the same content that their fellow console gamers have owned since 2012. Apologizing for the long delay, Capcom revealed that the latest DLC for Street Fighter X Tekken will be coming to PC players on February 6th.
Fans of Street Fighter X Tekken, listen up! Next year, Capcom is scheduled to release a new balance update. Not only for a large assortment of gameplay issues, but also for a few specific characters in desperate need of fixing.
I remember an age when you bought a fighting game and that was it. Our online world has given developers the opportunity to tweak a title after release to their heart's content. Some would suggest that releasing a broken game in the first place is a bad thing to do. We don't mind so much as long as any updates are free, as in the case with Street Fighter X Tekken ver. 2013. This version aims to make the game faster to play and easier to see.
Building one's rage has been an important part of fighting games for decades. Be it the old school throwing of the control pad after you lose, or the more modern take of an in game rage bar allowing you to unlock special moves. In a pique of genius, Capcom have combined both inner and outer game rage by charging $20 to unlock 12 characters for Street Fighter X Tekken already housed on the disc.
Welcome to another installment of Beyond Co-Op, where we look "beyond co-op" and bring you some of the gaming news that doesn't necessarily revolve around cooperative play. Here is a selection of stories which either thrilled or disappointed me, depending on how sad they are! And of course, we continue to hold our breaths for the flood of news that will come with E3, just over a week away.
We all know that Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City didn't seem to keep our hopes up for Capcom's future product line. Regardless of poor reviews and overall bad reception, Capcom has stated that the game has sold close to 2 million copies globally.
As we come closer to the end of April, the staff has posted another batch of Beyond Co-Op Reviews in our user blogs section. This month we have a wide variety of titles to look at, from the small and downloadable Wizorb, to the franchise mash up of Street Fighter X Tekken. We also have a review of Army Corps of Hell listed here because we haven't been able to check out the game's co-op mode properly yet. Here's the full list of our reviews this month.
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