Interview with Capcom's Derek Neal

6:15 PM on 08.04.2011

For my last scheduled interview at Evo2k11, I spoke briefly with the associate producer of Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Online Edition, Derek Neal. We discussed the lengths that Capcom went to in order to make sure that the game appeases its fans, the new online features such as YouTube uploading and GGPO, and finally their planned DLC.

He also confirmed at the end of the interview that Capcom is not done making HD remix-style games, and he encouraged fans to give feedback on what titles they want to see. So hit up Capcom-Unity and let them know you want an HD remix of Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers with online co-op! Let's go, Operation Acorn!

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