Capcom has announced that the PC version of Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition will be delighting fans in Europe July 15th, while the US gets this week.
Additional characters were crammed into the Arcade Edition roster by Capcom, as well as newbies Oni, Evil Ryu, Yun and Yang. Get those combos ready.
inFamous' heroic psychopath Cole MacGrath will be a bonus character in the PlayStation 3 version of Street Fighter X Tekken, just as Kratos from God of War is starring in the PS3 version of Mortal Kombat.
France-based indie developer AGO Games has announced that their River City Ransom-styled beat'em up, The Asskickers, is now available for digital release.
The upcoming re-release of Street Fighter III: Third Strike on Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network will not use redrawn graphics, but the original art with various filter options.
In a further development to PlayStation 3 gamers in Europe being outraged at Mortal Kombat's overpriced DLC, Warner Bros. have admitted an error.
Two in fact. First off "some technical issues" have delayed the Skarlet character DLC, and second the prices are actually mistakes and are "being rectified".
This week the PlayStation Store in Europe missed add-on character Skarlet for Mortal Kombat, despite US users getting it. Okay so that's not uncommon.
Sure fans are a little upset they have to wait but the real issue stoking their fury is the difference in price. The Klassic Skin Pack is $4.99 in the US.
UPDATE: Warner Brothers have admitted pricing errors.
Warner Bros. Interactive has announced the Mortal Kombat Season Pass on Xbox Live Marketplace, which is similar in function to Rockstar's L.A. Noire Rockstar Pass: gamers can choose to pay 1200 Microsoft Points now to get four downloadable fighters as well as all of the "classic skins" for each. Each fighter costs 400 MSP to begin with, so the player is saving 25%.
For those that remember the glory days of the PSone, you might be interested to know that Namco Bandai has released two famous titles on the PlayStation Network.
Tekken and Ridge Racer Type 4 are both available to download now.
Project Soul has stated at the E3 press demo that Soul Calibur V will have 20 to 30 fighters, and, according to the developer, over half of them will be new.
Capcom has posted what to expect from their upcoming Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network remake of the classic Street Fighter III: Third Strike, originally released on the PlayStation 2.
Senior VP Christian Svensson of Capcom admits they "had it wrong" when planning the DRM for PC Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition and make changes.
It will no longer be as punishing as character restrictions are lifted for offline play, although challenge room efforts and unlocks remain unsaved if not connected.
GameTrailers has released an exclusive Soul Calibur V gameplay trailer that will be shown off at E3 2011.
Sega recently announced that it would be relaunching an updated version of the side-scrolling brawler known as Guardian Heroes on the XBLA, although now the publisher wants to know if you would be interested in seeing a PSN version too.
Guardian Heroes was an exclusive beat 'em-up title developed by Treasure from the golden days of the Sega Saturn. Sega will give Guardian Heroes a full HD overhaul, online co-op and you'll be able to switch back to the original version at any time.
Namco have announced Soul Calibur 5 is in the works but little is known about the title, and even less has been seen. EGM's latest teases an in-game shot?
It would appear they've got the very first screenshot of the brawler, and appears to feature new character Pyrrha. Gameplay footage airs tomorrow in the US.
Publisher THQ has revealed in a trailer their next big WWE instalment and one immediately noticed change is the name. It's simply being called 'WWE 12'.
There's no 'Smackdown vs. Raw' anywhere near its moniker. No platforms are specifically outed but Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii logos are spotted in the trailer.
The PC version of Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition will not only have Live for Windows, but it will feature the same kind of "always on" DRM seen in games like Dragon Age: Origins. This DRM has been implemented not to stop piracy, but cheaters and hacks that have ruined the PC version of Street Fighter IV.
Developer NetherRealm can tweak with Mortal Kombat's gameplay without requiring a 'visible' download through Xbox Live or PlayStation Network - did you know?
Well you certainly do now. They've unleashed their first balance tweak via the backdoor with a more traditional title update expected in the next week or two.
Japanese magazine Famitsu reports that Namco Bandai's Soul Calibur V is about 10 percent done, and new characters will accompany the series' veterans.
One newbie on the block is Patroklos, the son of Sophitia. Guest appearances are confirmed by producer Hisaharu Tago. There are gameplay changes in the works.
Mortal Kombat co-creator and guru Ed Boon details the upcoming Mortal Kombat DLC in an interview on G4TV, focusing on fighter balance, patch notes, and the new fighter, Skarlett.
Capcom have pinned the month of July for PC Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, which "nobody wants to get" on the desktop more than the developers.
The publisher admits they've still got "logistical hoops to jump" before a solid date will arrive but it's definitely "in the earlier part of July." On consoles in June.