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Capcom recently announced they are releasing fragrances based on their videogame characters starting with Mega Man and Proto Man. I decided to have a little fun and created a commercial for their next fragrance: L’Eau de Rufus.
Come on Capcom, make it happen!
Do you like Street Fighter? Do you REALLY like Street Fighter? Then, have I got great news for you!
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I though I’d throw this out to the masses as I recently had a debate with a friend regarding games you’d like to see being re-developed for the consoles of the HD age.
We started off by looking at games that have already been given the HD treatment and I of course mean given a new lease of life. The first game which sprung to mind was the Street Fighter series – quite an obvious one due to it being a massive 2D beat-em-up back in the early/mid 90s. SF always had a huge following, and with Capcom making tons of different versions (anyone remember the Rainbow Edition of SF2? ), they decided to make the jump and give it a next-gen life by bringing out Street Fighter 4 and Super Street Fighter 4.
NBA Jam is another one that’s due to hit the shelves soon, along with Lemmings which was released on the PSN when the Ps3 was launched back in 2006/2007, and whilst you can look at a long list of games being brought back from the Retro afterlife we decided to switch our attention to just one game we would like to see brought back from the dead and one that we’d love to see in full hi-def glory.
Check out the SSF4 TV Spot featuring music from one of my favorite producers, Just Blaze. Who else can get you more pumped up than the man who produced the music for the 2008 USA Men’s Basketball Team for the Olympics.
I just hope we get TV ads like this in the Philippines.
Here is the final version of the Super Street Fighter IV box art. Capcom made some noticeable changes in the cover, like replacing Cammy with Dudley (which I am not happy about). Capcom felt like they needed to “oil it up” Hakan style, so they redesigned the background with a new color and texture. What do you think? I like the one with Cammy better because it gives balance to the guys and chics, although I’m liking this fiery background more.