is a 2010 fighting game produced by Capcom. It is an updated version of Street Fighter IV and has been said to mark the definitive end of the fourth installment of the Street Fighter series. Having been deemed as too large an update to be deployed as DLC, the game was made into a stand-alone title, but given a lower price than that of a full retail game. It was released on April 27, 2010 in America, April 28, 2010 in Japan, and April 30, 2010 in Europe. Super Street Fighter IV is stated to be released as one of Nintendo's 3DS's launch titles, with 3D functionality.
Capcom officially hinted at the game in early September 2009 when they opened a teaser site in their official Japanese website. An official announcement was made on September 28, 2009 for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, with the arcade release initially only considered a possibility depending on fan support. On April 4, 2010, an arcade release was confirmed by Ono during the finals of the Japanese Street Fighter IV nationals. Super Street Fighter IV for the PC has been ruled out due to the rampant piracy the original Street Fighter IV suffered for the platform.
Super Street Fighter IV includes all the original 25 characters from the home version of Street Fighter IV, as well as ten new characters, all of which are unlocked at the start of the game. After the game's release, Ono also showed interest in making additional characters available in the future as downloadable content (DLC).
Among the added characters are Dee Jay and T. Hawk from Super Street Fighter II, who were initially intended for the original Street Fighter IV but later dropped. Adon from the original Street Fighter and Cody and Guy from Final Fight are available, based on their iterations in the Street Fighter Alpha series. Additionally, Dudley, Ibuki, and Makoto return from the Street Fighter III series.
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