Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition Is A Nintendo 3DS Launch Game

By Ishaan . January 7, 2011 . 7:06pm

The Nintendo 3DS releases on February 26th in Japan, and Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition will be available as a launch title on the same day. The game will cost 4,800 yen, which is the average price of regular Nintendo DS games.


Keep in mind that 4,800 yen shouldn’t be considered the average price of Nintendo 3DS software. That’s one detail that has yet to be announced. Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition is likely an exception.

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  • Wow so its gonna be a simultaneous worldwide launch, if March is the release Euro and America and their barely making it out in time for February? The guy playing SSFIV3D was super excited with the game, I wanna see footage of the game itself, instead of a guy playing it, lol.

  • Nice! I’ll be getting this on launch since I don’t own a PS3 and don’t have much time to play console games anyway.

  • 4800 yen is equivalent to $57.79 USD. I sure hope that’s not the average price.

    • No!! Just Don’t Convert!!
      4800 Yen is the same as the DS in Japan I think..

    • PurpleDoom

      Games are expensive in Japan. If you’re worried about the US price, prices don’t get directly converted from Yen to USD. The other article has the higher-priced games at around the average price for a PSP title, which means $39.99 is a better estimate for US pricing.

  • Definitely excited to check this one out!

  • Apollokids

    How are you people going to keep the console level in your hands for the 3d effect while at the same time pulling off combos with that disgusting D-pad? Answer me this..

    • We use the analog stick and slide the 3D slider up only when we use Ultras as finishers. It’s more dramatic than having the 3D effect on the entire time. =p

      • Jjuam

        haha. my thoughts exactly XD

  • PrinceHeir

    now you can hadouken and shoryuken on the go ^^

  • mikanko

    It takes enough effort fadc’ing cannon spikes into cannon spikes or ultra with a stick, I have no idea how anyone could expect to play this with the DS controls. The touch screen for specials doesn’t seem like it’d help much, I doubt you’re allowed to assign a touch screen button to TKCS…

  • Hours

    Shaping up to be a great port.

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