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Korea rates Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition

11:20 AM on 03.14.2011 // Nick Chester

According to the Korean ratings board, Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition may be headed to consoles.

The "arcade-only" version of the popular fighter added a host of new characters, including Yun and Yang, Evil Ryu, and Oni. Achievements pointing to a DLC update for the current retail Super Street Fighter IV disc were leaked last November. While nothing is confirmed, it's possible that both downloadable and retail updates are in the cards.

Capcom will be holding its annual Captivate event in early April, so expect news regarding the publisher's upcoming titles to start spilling out over the next month or so. I'll be there, and as soon as I'm able to tell you something concrete, you know where to find the info.

Did Korea's Rating Board Leak Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition for Consoles [Siliconera] [Image]




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