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Screenshots: Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition

E3 is over and done with, and while we always enjoy the event, it does have one little problem, it's like Christmas with backsies.  Seriously, think about it, all the developers and publishers are there and all touting the coolest, latest, greatest stuff they have to offer, only it's all stuff that they don't really have to offer… yet.

Here, check out a playable demo.  Available October 2010. 

Here check out a trailer.  Available Christmas 2010.

Here check out the awesomest thing you've ever seen, just peeking at it is going to make you want to own it right this very instant.  Available, we hope, St. Patrick's Day 2013, but we may have to push to Arbor Day of 2014 (fingers crossed).

Count among those upcoming excellent things the Nintendo 3DS.  The device is just cool.  3D, glasses free?  Oh, we're in.

One of the games that is going to be arriving in beautiful 3D is (and this is just a working title) Super Street Fight IV 3D Edition.  We'd like to tell you that the below pictures are 3D all by themselves, but, sadly, they are not (and glasses won't help either).  We suggest quickly moving your face towards your computer monitor while looking at them to pretend like they're 3D (just don't bump your head).

Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition

Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition

Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition

Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition


Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition will be available for the Nintendo 3DS.

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