Street Fighter 4, released on Google Play in Japan

8 years ago by in Entertainment, Featured

StreetFighter_FourCapcom, a Japanese developer and publisher of videogames, released the “Street Fighter 4” game on Google Play, exclusively for residents in Japan.

Street Fighter 4 is the first game from the Street Fighter series made specifically for HD screens. It is in English and needs a rather big amount of memory in order to work properly,  so the user has to have at least 1.3 GB of free space to download the game.

Residents of Japan can buy the game for $3.48.

Street Fighter 4 was released in Japan in 2008 as an arcade game. In one year, the game sold 3 million copies in the whole world, so Capcom decided to make a new version of the game, called Super Street Fighter 4. The latter was sold in 1.8 million copies by 2011, according to the international press.

The new game’s plot takes place between the events of Street Fighter II and Street Fighter III, so it features many of the popular characters of the past including Ken, Ryu, Chun-Li, M Bison, Guile and Vega.

It also has some new characters such as Abel, Crimson Viper, Rufus and El Fuerte.