‘PSP Can’t Handle Super Street Fighter IV,’ Says Capcom
Super Street Fighter IV producer Yoshinori Ono has officially told all those who care to listen to him why Capcom chose to release Super Street Fighter IV on Nintendo’s upcoming handheld, 3DS rather than the PSP or the DS.
In an interview with Famitsu, Ono said the PSP and DS simply cannot do justice to the game. Apart from the great graphics the 3DS will support, the fact that the 3DS has wireless capabilities and that SSFIV on the 3DS will be about players interacting with each other wirelessly is a huge plus point in favour of Nintendo’s upcoming handheld.
PSP = Meh... is that what you're saying, Capcom? IS IT?!
Ono also said that Super Street Fighter IV on the 3DS would be as good as ever, and that “the gameplay will be the same as Super Street Fighter IV” and wouldn’t be downsized for younger audiences.
“Rather than that we’d like to make it into a title that makes kids grow” he said.
More on SSFIV 3DS later.