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Street Fighter X Tekken (pronounced "Street Fighter Cross Tekken") is a crossover fighting game developed by Capcom and released in March 2012 for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, in May for Microsoft Windows and in October for the PlayStation Vita. The game features characters from both the Street Fighter franchise and Namco's Tekken series.
Street Fighter cross Iron Fist) is a crossover fighting game developed by Capcom and marks the first official crossover of Tekken with the Street Fighter franchise. The game is a 2D fighter like Street Fighter, since Capcom was the developer. The game was set to have an sequel entitled, Tekken X Street Fighter but it was officially stalled.
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The game uses a modified Street Fighter IV engine. Gameplay is focused on "Tag Team combat where players select two fighters to deliver knockout assist attacks and special combos". The KO system works similarly to Tekken Tag Tournament, where the fight ends when one member of the team has been knocked out. There is also a "Customize Color" option and "Scramble Mode" battle, where all four chosen characters battle at the same time in their respective teams, reminiscent of the Street Fighter Alpha Dramatic Battles.A new feature is the "Pandora" mode, where players can relinquish their partner in order to gain a temporary surge in power. As seen in the trailers, this new mode also ties in to the game's story. Another new feature is the Gem System, where players can add up to three gems to their character in order to enhance their abilities and stats. Most gems are immediately in effect, though some gems will only take effect when certain conditions are met on the battlefield alone. Sev...
The following characters, while not playable, appear or are referred to in various trailers, stages, etc.
1. Main article: Swap Costumes DLC costumes, called "Swap Costumes", were announced; Street Fighter Swap Costumes are Tekken-inspired, and Tekken Swap Costumes are Street Fighter-inspired. Swap costumes came out for the non DLC roster in the PC version but the DLC characters didn't get any alternate outfits in said version.
Also present are "Alternate Costumes" in which most are some-all new outfits. for both the Street Fighter and Tekken cast. These alternate outfits were not released in the PC version of the game. In Ultra Street Fighter IV, on startup the game checks for SFXTK save data and checks for the alternate costumes, if they are purchased the Ultra Street Fighter IV newcomers that were in Street Fighter X Tekken alongside Decapre all get their alternate outfit in USFIVas well (Decapre getting Cammy's...
Prior to tournament EVO 2010 at Las Vegas, Nevada, Street Fighter producer Yoshinori Ono was teasing a yet to be announced game which was initially believed to be a new Darkstalkers entry. Before EVO 2010's Super Street Fighter IV finals, Ono was confronted by Tekken producer Katsuhiro Harada on stage after teasing more of the game that would officially be announced at the 2010 Comic-Con. During the Super Street Fighter IV panel at Comic-Con, Harada appeared out of the crowd and went towards the stage while handing out free copies of Tekken 6, which was met with cheers and boos. Ono and Harada then confirmed the existence of Street Fighter × Tekken. Both the teaser trailer and early gaming footage of Street Fighter × Tekken was also shown at Comic-Con. During the announcement, Harada also revealed that he has a related project under way, which is being developed by Namco and which the gameplay will be similar to that of Tekken. Other Capcom games are referenced in Street Fighter × T...
Capcom senior VP Christian Svensson stated that there would be no North American retail release for the PC version and that it would instead be sold digitally through Steam. However, Asia and Europe would receive a retail box release of the PC version. Ono stated that the reason is because he does not want an on-disc DLC for the PC version, out of fear that hackers may create mods to crack the game and access the DLC.
Both console versions of Street Fighter × Tekkenreceived positive reviews from most critics, with praise going to the game's modes and tag team gameplay. The PlayStation Vita version however received lesser reviews than its console counterparts, being criticized for the graphics, long loading times, clunky controls and "poor competitive balance".
It should be noted that the character Jack-X isn't pronounced as a regular "X". Rather the "X" is pronounced as "Cross" (can be heard in the audio file).
1. To view all official character artwork, see: Official Art.
1. See Street Fighter × Tekken/Screenshots.
Tekken X Street Fighter (pronounced "Tekken Cross Street Fighter") is a crossover fighting game that was being developed by Bandai Namco Entertainment.It was supposed to cross the universes of Namco's Tekken and Capcom's Street Fighter into one game, creating a roster from both franchises.
No images or videos were released at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con, and, by May 2011, Katsuhiro Harada has stated that his staff "hasn't started" on Tekken X Street Fighter. Due to the releases of Tekken Tag Tournament 2 in 2011, Tekken 7 in 2015, and Street Fighter Vin 2016, neither Namco nor Capcom could provide an appropriate window for the game's preview. This was intended to be the first pair of fighting game crossovers between Namco and Capcom as the previous crossover game, Namco x Capcomwas purely a role-playing game. Katsuhiro Harada did reveal some concepts at GamesCom 2010 such as a prototype model of Ryu, with the gi of Tekken′s Paul Phoenix. He said the team has yet to finish the model as details and lighting were not completed. Harada also said at Gamescom that he has no plans to release Tekken X Street Fighteruntil after the Capcom project has launched.
Unconfirmed characters and cameos
Tekken 1. Jun Kazama(Ono stated that he wanted her in his version of the game) 2. Lili(There is an edited picture of her and Ingrid on Harada's Tekken Twitter page) Street Fighter 1. Chun-Li 2. Dan Hibiki(Seen in the debut trailer) 3. Ingrid(There is an edited picture of her and Lili on Harada's Tekken Twitter page) 4. Dhalsim(His production was discussed in the post-shelving chat about the game) Ken Masters has been hinted to be in the game due to a Tekken Tag Tournament 2joke video posted o...The shelving of the game was officially announced in 2016.After some confusion, the game was confirmed to be shelved but not cancelled on an episode of Harada's Bar, the web-broadcast show where Katsuhiro Harada speaks to guests at his bar, aired on YouTu...
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Mar 06, 2012 · March 6, 2012 Street Fighter Tekken. Street Fighter X Tekken is a direct crossover between the two series. Produced by Capcom, it features gameplay based on Street Fighter (opposite to Tekken X Street Fighter), featuring 2D movement and six attack buttons: low, medium, high (power) punch and low, medium, high (power) kick.
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Having been developed by Capcom, the core gameplay is similar to that of the Street Fighter series, incorporating elements such as Super Combos and EX Attacks. In addition, the game uses a modified Street Fighter IVengine. Players select two characters and face other duos in tag team fighting matches, in which the objective is to knock out one of the members from the opposing team. Players each choose two fighters from the Street Fighter and Tekken series. Both sets of characters are controlled using the Street Fighter six-button system, but the Tekken characters are able to perform Tekken style combos using the primary four buttons in a similar fashion to the Tekken four-button system. These fighters can be switched out normally, or during certain combos. As fights go on, players build up power in a three-sectioned meter at the bottom of the screen referred to as the Cross Gauge, which allow the player to perform various techniques depending on how much of the gauge is filled, such...
The center of the conflict between the Street Fighter and Tekkenuniverses is a cubical object, named "Pandora", that crash-lands in Antarctica. When beings come into conflict around this object, it releases a water-like energy that brings more power to the combatants. Whilst a standard story is given to most combinations of fighters, specific teams, such as Ryu and Ken or Kazuya and Nina, receive their own unique story elements and rival battles.
Street Fighter X Tekken's base roster includes 19 characters from each franchise for a total of 38.An additional 12 fighters, six from each side, were released as DLC for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on July 31, 2012, and for the PC on February 6, 2013. A code to download all 12 DLC fighters is packaged with the PlayStation Vita version of the game, with owners of the PlayStation 3 version able to obtain the characters for free if they download them through the Vita version. Street Fighter character Dan, seen in the initial Street Fighter X Tekkenreveal trailer, also makes a non-playable appearance as the instructor in the game's tutorial mode. The PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita versions also feature five exclusive playable characters; Cole MacGrath from Sucker Punch's Infamous series, Sony's mascots Toro Inoue and his rival Kuro (who dress up as Ryu and Kazuya respectively), Bandai Namco's mascot Pac-Man, who pilots a Mokujin-style mech and Capcom's mascot Mega Man, who takes...
Prior to tournament EVO 2010 at Las Vegas, Nevada, Street Fighter producer Yoshinori Ono was teasing a yet to be announced game which was initially believed to be a new Darkstalkers entry. Before EVO 2010's Super Street Fighter IV finals, Ono was confronted by Tekken producer Katsuhiro Harada on stage after teasing more of the game that would officially be announced at the 2010 Comic-Con. During the Super Street Fighter IV panel at Comic-Con, Harada appeared out of the crowd and went towards the stage while handing out free copies of Tekken 6, which was met with cheers and boos. Ono and Harada then confirmed the existence of Street Fighter X Tekken. Both the teaser trailer and early gaming footage of Street Fighter X Tekken was also shown at Comic-Con. During the announcement, Harada also revealed that he has a related project under way, which is being developed by Namco and which the gameplay will be similar to that of Tekken. Other Capcom games are referenced in Street Fighter X T...
The Special Edition features a "build-it-yourself arcade cabinet bank" (approximately five inches high), prequel comic book by UDON and 36 gems, which includes all pre-order DLC packs ("World Warrior", "Iron Curtain" and "Lightning Legs") plus an exclusive Special Edition DLC pack ("King of Iron Fist"). The Special Edition also comes with nine exclusive gems ("Cross Arts" DLC) only available as a pre-order bonus for the edition, making it total of 45 gems if the edition is pre-ordered. The Collectors Editionfeatures the "World Warrior" DLC, which includes nine gems, all of which provide characters with different attributes and properties. Also included is a 46 track original soundtrack spanning two discs and a 44-page art book. In the Asian market the special edition includes DLC for a complete pack of gems, a two-disc soundtrack, 41 character cards with art on one side and move details on the other, and Bobble Budds bobble heads modeled after Street Fighter producer Yoshinori Ono a...
Both console versions of Street Fighter X Tekkenreceived positive reviews from most critics, with praise going to the game's modes and tag team gameplay. Criticism were aimed at missing fan favorites in the playable cast, certain aspect of the game mechanics (such as the Gem System which was met with mixed respones) and that online tag-team matches are not available for the Xbox 360 version of the game although the feature was advertised and printed in the manual. Capcom stated this will not be fixed with a patch. The PlayStation Vita version received lesser reviews than its console counterparts, being criticized for the graphics, long loading times, clunky controls and "poor competitive balance".
On-disc DLC controversy
The most complaints Street Fighter X Tekken recieved was the inclusion of characters on the disc that can only be used by paying more, this resulted in heavy criticism by fans and publishers as gamers would pay an additional amount of money for something that was completed before release and on disc. Capcom responded stating they intended to add the characters locked in the retail versions to save hard drive space but this respone was only met with more criticism.The game's DLC scandal led to...
1 Street Fighter 2 Tekken 3 Trivia 3.1 Gameplay Trivia 3.2 Victory Quote Trivia There are a total of 50 characters (excluding Mega Man, Pac-Man, Cole, Toro, and Kuro). M. Bison, Ogre and Raven have unknown nationalities. Guy and Kazuya, both have an interest of collecting sneakers. Some characters have pets in their series. Abel has a puppy, Cammy has a pet cat named Mishka, Ibuki has a pet ...