Asura’s Wrath launches with an angry trailer, confirms Street Fighter DLC

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Most of you are probably saving up your pennies right now for some sweet ‘Take back Earth’ action in Mass Effect 3, or some footy action with the next FIFA street game. Me? I’m drooling like a ravenous beast for Asura’s Wrath right now, which is only coming out two weeks from now for us European territory consumers, unlike our American friends who’re busy with the game right now.

In the meantime, there’s a great launch trailer to go with the release of Asura’s Wrath (In America!), as well as some news on DLC that features a few familiar Capcom faces making an entrance.

Capcom says that the two DLC episodes which are scheduled for release shortly after the game arrives will “offer a completely new artistic look taking their inspiration from the world of anime”.

These DLC packs explore what happened between episodes from the full game. What was going through Asura’s mind when he fought against his mentor Augus? Which is the right path for Yasha to follow; should he betray his friend Asura or take his side against Deus?

These questions will be answered when the DLC episodes launch shortly after release.

I know that the rest of the gang will be wearing their tinfoil-milking hats when they hear of this next piece of DLC, as Asura himself will also engage in battles with various Street Fighter characters, which focuses less on plot and more on seeing who can hit the hardest.

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Last Updated: February 22, 2012

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