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Street Fighter 4 producer has something big on the way

Jul 05 // Jonathan Holmes

Guess what? A videogame developer is working on a videogame, and he's excited.

Here's the part of the post that is news.

Yoshinori Ono, producer of the Street Fighter 4 games, pitched a game to Capcom's head of Research and Development Keiji Inafune. Inafune gave him the go ahead. Rumors danced around that the game would be based on Darkstalkers franchise, but nothing was specified. Whatever it is, Ono thinks it's going to be big, so big that he'd say that "SF4 is nothing" compared to this new project.

What could be bigger than the triumphant return of the biggest fighting game series ever? As great as a new Darkstalkers game could be, it's hard to imagine that it could out-class Super Street Fighter 4.

Could it be that rumored Tekken Vs Street Fighter title? An all-Capcom fighting MMORPG that makes your farts smell like strawberries? Even that wouldn't be as big as SF4 by most fighting-fan's standards.

Ono: Something bigger than Super Street Fighter 4 coming- [Eventhubs]


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