"It’s certainly possible," Seth Killian, Capcom Community Manager, replied when we asked him about Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition for consoles. "We’d like to see something like that happen. There are a few challenges, but I don’t see anything insurmountable."
Perhaps, those challenges have already been tackled because Korea’s Game Rating Board rated Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition with Capcom Korea listed as the publisher. What’s interesting about the rating is Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition was actually rated twice. Capcom Korea usually does this for PS3/Xbox 360 multiplatform releases such as Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Resident Evil 5 (listed as Biohazard 5), and Super Street Fighter IV (the regular version). In the case of PC ports, like Dead Rising 2, Capcom Korea files three ratings.
Captivate, Capcom’s press gathering, is just a few weeks away and that would the perfect time to officially announce Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition, if it’s in the pipeline.
Update: Just to clarify, Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition has been rebalanced and includes new characters. Yun and Yang from Street Fighter III plus Evil Ryu and Oni Akuma are only playable in Arcade Edition.