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Sakura and Makoto coming to Street Fighter IV Volt


11:00 AM on 07.21.2011
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Capcom's iOS fighter, Street Fighter IV Volt, will be getting a free update soon. It seems that both Sakura and Makoto will be added to the mix, joining the 17 other fighters already available.

Volt is the follow up to Capcom's solid iOS port of Street Fighter IV, and adds Wi-Fi versus battles to the mobile fighter. It's available now on the App Store for $6.99.

Street Fighter IV was impressive on iOS, but I didn't find myself playing it all that often. Now that I have 3D Edition for my 3DS, I can't imagine playing it at all. Anyone pick Volt up? What do you think?


Street Fighter IV Volt -- Sakura and Makoto [andriasang.com]








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