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Street Fighter IV is the first of two new games in the Street Fighter series, the other being Super Street Fighter IV. The game takes place in between Street Fighter II and Street Fighter III, making it (storywise) an interquel. In Summer 2008, five new characters were confirmed. Home versions were released for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC on February 12, February 17, and February 20, 2009, in Japan, North America, and Europe respectively.
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Street Fighter IV

Intro and Demo Mode

The North American, European, and Japanese releases were available in Standard packaging and in a Collector's Edition variant. The Collector's Edition was available only to the console versions of the game, and came with a figurine (Crimson Viper for Xbox 360 owners; Ryu for PS3 owners), the animated short called The Ties That Bind, game soundtrack, and a Prima hint guide with illustrations by UDON.

Characters Edit

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Group shot. Art by Ikeno.

Returning Roster
Akuma
Balrog
Blanka
Cammy (Home console version)
Chun-Li
Dan (Home console version)
Dee Jay (iPhone/iPad version)
Dhalsim
E. Honda
Fei Long (Home console version)
Gen (Home console version)
Guile
Ken Masters
M. Bison
Rose (Home console version)
Ryu
Sagat
Sakura (Home console version)
Vega
Zangief
New Characters
Abel
C. Viper
El Fuerte
Gouken
Rufus
Seth (Final boss)
Cameos
Adon
Yang
Yun

Story Edit

The game takes place a few months after the events of Street Fighter ll but before the events of Street Fighter III. The S.I.N corporation began another fighting tournament in order to draw out powerful fighters to complete the BLECE project. Each character ohas their own reasons for entering this tournament, but S.I.N.'s real desire is to lure Ryu to them in order to analyze the Satsui no Hadou, believed to be the last piece of data needed to complete BLECE.

The tournament is publicly organized by S.I.N., apparently using preliminary matches and a point system to determine who is allowed to enter (as shown by the conversation between Seth and his lackey about how Dan Hibiki was able to "squeak by with just enough points to qualify").


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