Following the announcement, Ono surprised the crowd by holding up a Blu-ray disc with a copy of the game, then provided attendees with a live, playable demo.
Street Fighter X Tekken appears to feature Street Fighter IV's gameplay mechanics, locked onto a 2D plane, with both Tekken and Street Fighter characters performing EX-style super moves. The match started off with Ryu versus Jin Kazama, but Ono and Harada tagged in two more characters, Street Fighter's Chun-li and Tekken's Nina Williams. Ryu deployed his trademark fireball Ultra move, with Jin later following that up with his spinning electrified uppercut.
Harada followed that playable match with an announcement of his own, confirming that Tekken X Street Fighter is also in development at Namco. That game is rumored to play in the style of Tekken, with contestants fighting in a 3D arena.
There were rumors of there being a Namco x Capcom/Capcom x Namco games coming out, but it looks as though it'll be a bit more refined than that. With MvC3 coming out soon, King of Fighters XIII coming out, and the recently released BlazBlue: Continuum Shift, Fighting Games are back with a vengeance!!!
Edited by RommieSG, 24 July 2010 - 03:45 PM.