E3 2011: Street Fighter X Tekken Coming To PS Vita

Posted By | On 07th, Jun. 2011

Capcom revealed today during Sony’s Pre-E3 press conference that Street Fighter X Tekken will be making its way to the PS Vita, the recently announced name of the NGP. It was also revealed that Cole, the protagonist from the inFamous games, will be a playable character on the PS Vita version.

Thanks to Andriasang for the info.


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