Capcom’s Spring Line-Up/Super Street Fight 4 Artwork

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The final box art for the release of Super Street Fighter IV, the updated version of Street Fighter IV or the sequel (if that is what you prefer to call it) has been released by Capcom around 3 months before the game itself is set to be released. The game features new downloadable content, new characters, some changes to the existing characters and an additional costume for each character.

North American box art for Super Sreet Fighter 4

Super Street Fighter 4 is due for release on the 27th of April in North America,  the 28th of April in Japan and April 30th for Europe.  Super Street Fighter 4 forms a key part of Capcom’s spring line-up of games in addition to such titles as Lost Planet 2 and Final Fight: Double Impact.

Lost Planet 2 is a third-person shooter in a similar vein as the previous game in the series, Lost Planet: Extreme Condition and it is set 10 years after the events of the previous game with the plot revolving around an on-going war to obtain something called T-ENG (Thermal Energy).

The difference in the environment for Lost Planet 2 is clear to see

The planet EDN III that was in the first game has drastically changed for this installment with the snow and ice that covered EDN III in Lost Planet: Extreme Condition gone leaving behind jungles and a more tropical environment to explore with up to 3 AI characters or human players if that is how you prefer things. Lost Planet 2 is due for release on May 18th 2010 in both Europe and North America.

Final Fight: Double Impact will be a downloadable game available on the PlayStation Network (as well as Xbox Live) and includes the arcade version of the original Final Fight game along with side scrolling fantasy arcade game Magic Sword. As of yet a release date for FF:DI has not been announced so keep checking ZoKnowsGaming for all the latest info.

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