Street Fighter X Tekken 2013 Changes For Cammy, Ken, Ryu And More

By Ishaan . January 10, 2013 . 2:35pm

Capcom have shared new videos detailing character-specific changes in the upcoming Street Fighter X Tekken 2013 patch. Take a look at them below.

 

Cammy:

 

 

Cody:

 

 

Ken:

 

 

Raven:

 

 

Rufus:

 

 

Steve:

 

 

Ryu:

 

 

You can find a complete list of changes for the above characters here. Changes being included in Street Fighter X Tekken 2013 can also be viewed here.


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  • Leonard Norwood Jr.

    Well nothing suprising with these patches. Constantly getting updates from time to time, regardless of how much they add or change, doesn’t completely change the fact that there’s still going to be some playing on this crossover game. Whatever changes, the players will adapt and still play the game as such like nothing’s going on except the usual intense fighting.
    SFXT still not going to hang it up anytime soon so long as they keep going with it as long as it can until the next big fighting game comes out.

    • Lester Paredes

      Well put, sir!

  • Spirit Macardi

    I find it funny that Capcom continues to tweak and update their side of the Tekken/Street Fighter mash-up, meanwhile Namco has yet to offer any proof that they’re even making their end of it x3

    • zero254

      Not like harada was working on ttt2 or anything

      • Spirit Macardi

        I was simply taking note of the irony. I mean, some of those Tekken games have been announced after this crossover was revealed, yet they were finished first.

        It’s like that friend who owes you money and constantly says he’ll get it to you as soon as he can, meanwhile you see him buying new stuff left and right x3

        • Elvick

          Who cares? They should wait until next generation to start. Then they’ll be time for SFxT to shine, and TTT2 to do it’s thing.

          Then they can focus on TxSF.

          Never mind the fact many games are in development for a good while before announcement. And if they aren’t, they usually say so. *points to TxSF*

          • Spirit Macardi

            Honestly I don’t even like either series, I just find the whole situation rather funny. I’m sure there’s good reasons behind it, but it still comes off as rather silly from the outside.

            Though truth be told I’m at least more curious to see what Namco will offer, since they have a chance to look at what’s been done so far and improve. Maybe add in more characters from outside of the two namesake games, making it more of a full-on crossover.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1810372503 Jarrett Roane

    Wait I gotta be cautious when I shoryuken with Ken?

    This game sucks

    • Shane Guidaboni

      Hope this is sarcasm. About the SRK bit, not the game sucking bit.

  • http://www.facebook.com/SteveTheHermitStewart Steven TheHermit Stewart

    Increased damage on canon spike? They must be crazy. Did plenty before.

    • zero254

      Lets buff the damage on Jack X while we are at it.

    • Lester Paredes

      i know, right?

  • MrJechgo

    Oh, for the love of God, stop updating this game and start updating SSFIVAE already!
    Nobody cares about SFxT anymore. It was broken, it was ridiculous and it was an insult to players. Let that game die already!
    Everyone wants an upgrade to SSFIVAE with more characters, because it,s the biggest fighting game right now. SFxT started badly and it’s still look bad.

    • http://simplephilistine.wordpress.com/ Arla

      You can’t be serious. There were 3 release of the game AND a 2012 update.

      • MrJechgo

        and yet, SSFIVAE is still the most popular game around. SFxT has EVERYTHING going AGAINST it:
        - lack of fan favorites on both sides
        - gems that no one asked for
        - Pandora’s now-clear limited potential and consequences
        - the DLC fiasco
        - the lack of a real bonafide comeback mecanic
        - the abundance of time-outs
        - the major lack of complex combos
        - the underwhelming super moves
        Players DON’T like SFxT: it,s not a Street Fighter game nor a Tekken game, thus can’t please either crowd. SSFIVAE, however, is everything a SF fan can get, just like TTT2 is everything a Tekken fan can get, but SFxT doesn’t reach either side.
        So yeah, Capcom should screw this game and focus on SSFIVAE, because it’s their main selling point.

        • Lester Paredes

          But, it’s a fun game. Besides, SSF4: AE was the update for SF4.
          I have favorite charactes in it, including Jack, Jin, Asuka, Cammy, and Dudley. It may not have YOUR favorite characters, but that’s another story.
          You don’t have to use Gems.
          Pandora may have been meant for a comback, but it’s found it’s true purpose in utterly destroying your enemy, IE: Styling upon the noob.
          The DLC fiasco is nothing new and not relegated to Capcom. Should the characters have been included? Yea, but who else remembers horse armor in Elder Scrolls?
          The bonafide comeback mechanic is your skill. SSF4:AE has no ‘comeback mechanic’. Focus attacks are for countering, super-moves are for damage, ex-moves are for damage/invulnerability/confusion tactics and Desperation attacks are merely a second super-move.
          Oh no! the time ran out! I guess I’d better learn how to actually play instead of just turteling…
          What’s the need for complex combos? So you can screw them up in online play when lag negates your inputs? Again, long and complicated combos are for styling purposes. Look at me! I can do this really awesome combo but only in very particular and rare situations!
          Their super-moves are pretty much the same in other fighting games. Suddenly Ryu’s super fireball and Cammy’s super cannon drill and Ken’s super hurricane kick look less visually impressive? Funny, they didn’t the last 300 times you saw them…
          I like SFxT.There is still a community of people who play the game. Just because YOU and a whole bunch of entitled whiny gamers don’t like it doesn’t negate it’s existence or it’s fun factor. I will not say it’s the best fighting game out there, because it’s not. For me, that’s probably SF3:TS or BlazBlue: continuum shift. I disliked SF4, and not for not making an effort to not like it. I was not only so excited about SF’s return that I bought SF4′s special edition, but I got also SSF4 and AE, and I still could not get into it. You could, and great for you, because you obviously love the hell out of that game. Personally, I thought MK9 was better, but it’s a less technical game. And my opinion. Thus, ends my rebuttal to the random stranger who states his opinions as facts.

  • http://www.facebook.com/InternationalGamer1 Christopher Bosak

    didn’t buy into the BS that CAPCOM did, and so instead I said Fuck you CAPCOM and imported “Gundam Extreme Vs.” so much better as a fighting game, and NAMCO gives more of a fuck about their fans and doesn’t BS like CRAPCOM does.

    • Tanner

      You sound angry.

    • Lester Paredes

      I sense a bitterness that a game he bought (maybe) did not turn out like he wanted… Too bad.

  • http://simplephilistine.wordpress.com/ Arla

    I want this but the constant endhanced editions of the fighting game genre has scared me.

    • Lester Paredes

      it’ll be a download. no purchasing of a new Super Street Fighter x Ultra Tekken or anything like that.

  • Göran Isacson

    Rage in the comments do lead me to wonder: how big IS this game right now? Is it being played in tournaments, seeing regular action online, standing on even ground with Street Fighter IV Whatever Edition? Haven’t really checked it out after all the hubbub around the DLC, so I don’t know what the audiences reactions to it actually was.

    • Lester Paredes

      People still play it online, I never have a problem looking for a match. I don’t really follow tournaments, so I don’t know if it’s still being played. I actually like it better that SF4, but then, that’s just me. The hubbub regarding the DLC is justified and a bad move on Capcom. Though, it is still a poor thing to hold against the game. It’s not the game’s fault that this DLC strategy was utilized, it was the company. Hopefully, Capcom learned a thing or two about releasing 75% done games. DLC is something that’s difficult to implement. You can get something awesome like: Harley Quinn’s Revenge for Arkham City. Or you can get horse armor for Oblivion… which, in my opinion, still counts as the worst DLC offering ever.

      • Göran Isacson

        Hmm, sounds… pretty much like what I expected after seeing the review scores. A fighting game people llike enough to play, maybe not a super-high profile game but well-liked none the less, despite some strange and shady dealings. Also is it strange that I had totally forgotten about Horse Armor until you reminded me? I’m not a big Elder Scrolls games so most things about that series pass me by, but you’d think I’d remember one of the first really big DLC-stinks.

  • Brandonmkii

    I still enjoy the game. Gators gonna gate.

  • Elvick

    Personally, I think this game is super fun. So whatever~

  • Rodrigo Branco

    Will these patches even be released for the PC version? LOL

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