Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Street Fighter 3 playable online on PSN

Capcom has confirmed that the PlayStation Network version of Street Fighter 3 Third Strike will be DRM free. This means that the game can be played offline, although, unlike previous Capcom titles released for the Sony service. "The game will not make use of our DRM system," he confirmed on Capcom Unity Christian Svensson, senior vice president of strategic planning and business development (pant, pant) Capcom USA (as reported by Eventhubs).

"It will remain playable even offline. We believe it is a very important detail of the game for use in future tournaments." Svensson has also unveiled details of arrangements for the tournament that will be present in Street Fighter 3 Third Strike, considered by many to be one of the greatest fighter of all time.

In the game there will be various types of regulation, including the one used during the various editions of the ego. In this way certain characters may be banned, you can set the blind selection of wrestlers and you can define the number of rounds. All sets of rules are based on the formula of the eight contenders in single elimination, however.

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