Street Fighter IV – Video's Galore

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Over at GDC they have been testing out the upcoming Street Fighter IV and obviously someone was smart enough to tape it all on their cellphone.

So the video is not the best but for the Street Fighter fans I don’t think that is a major issue.

The gameplay looks just as good as it has always been and the graphics are really looking quite impressive.

I am looking forward to giving this a bash..

[Thanks to Fox1 for sending it in]

All the videos are available over at

Last Updated: February 21, 2008

Gavin Mannion

I for one welcome our future robotic overlords

  • Fox1

    @Lazy- Does this make Street Fighter IV the longest running game in history when it is released? I think so.

  • SlippyMadFrog


    Have you forgot about our plummer sent into space -> Mario? 🙂

  • Fox1

    @Lazy- O yeah! I forgot about him and his bro… and that princess who is always getting into trouble. He also featured in a Street Fighter game. It was on Golden China.

  • AveshR

    Street Fighter was released in August 1987,
    Mario Bros was released in 1983,
    Donkey Kong was released in 1981,
    Pac-Man was released on 22 May 1980,
    Space Invaders was released in 1978 and is still being featured in modern gaming – “In April 2007, Space Invaders Trilogy which includes the original arcade versions of Space Invaders, Space Invaders Part II, and Return of the Invaders was released for Pocket PC and Windows Smartphone.

    A remake dubbed Space Invaders Extreme for the Playstation Portable and Nintendo DS is dated on February 2008 in Japan. There is no word on an American localization.”

    Pong was released in 1971, and was featured in the Atari game Test Drive Overdrive in the year 2002, users can play Pong when the game is loading…

    So if another version of Pong is released it would be the longest running game in history 😀

  • Milesh Bhana

    hey that vid doesn’t look bad for a cellphone cam. I wonder what phone that was ?

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