From Another Source:Yoshinori Ono, Street Fighter series producer at Capcom, has confirmed that a release for Super Street Fighter IV on PC is very unlikely. The reason he gave was one of widespread piracy when the original game was released.
Street Figher IV sold very well on PC, but it also did very well in the piracy charts managing to take the number one spot according to Ono. With that in mind, Capcom has decided against a release for now, but will be open to looking at new copy protection in the future.
So why not just do a digital release through a service like Steam? Aparently Capcom feel that would be unfair and limiting for gamers who don’t use such services.
As if to rub salt into the wounds of PC gamers, Ono also pointed out that the arcade port of the game is running on DirectX, meaning the PC version is ready to go whenever Capcom give it the greenlight.
Tahole Tara Dead Rising 2 Pc te Release Dilo Keno? Abar 15 oct Lost planet 2 Pc te release Dibe. So Super Srteet Fighter IV Pc te Release Dile Problem Ta Ki? PC te oder Port korteo To Kosto Hobe Na Karon To Deya Ase:Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition is due to hit game centers this December. A quick look at our multiplatform score card and... that's right, all that's missing is the PC version.
It doesn't look like this is going to be happening. In a 4gamer interview today, series producer Yoshinori Ono said that, due to high piracy with the PC version of the original Street Fighter IV, there are currently no plans for a PC version of Super.
The PC version of the original was actually a strong seller worldwide, said Ono. However, it was also "number one in piracy."
Ono actually managed to look on the bright side of the piracy issue, saying that at least the game saw wider spread because of it. However, for the sake of protecting the Street Fighter IV IP, they cannot make it so that Street Fighter is considered "free" in certain areas.
Ono didn't totally rule out a PC release. If they were to find some sort of powerful copy protection solution, the PC version's status could change, he said. He explained that the arcade version already runs on Taito's DirectX-based Type X2 arcade board, so a PC version is already 99% ready.
He did, however, rule out the possibility of a Steam-only release, saying that it would be unfair to those who are unable to buy via Steam.
Ono also pointed out that the arcade port of the game is running on DirectX, meaning the PC version is ready to go whenever Capcom give it the greenlight.So Tara Jodi Piracy Ke Bhoi Pai Tahole Dead Rising 2 And Lost Planet 2 PC te Port Korlo Keno? Piracy Hoya Sotteo PC te Akhono Game Bhalo Bikri hoi. See The List of Americas Weekly Chart of Top Ten Selling Games:He explained that the arcade version already runs on Taito's DirectX-based Type X2 arcade board, so a PC version is already 99% ready.
PC te Duita Game Top Chart e Ase. Ogula Ki Pirated Hoi Nai? Ami Asa Kori Sob Game Publisher er Mot Paltano Dorker. Apnara Ki Bolen?1. X360 Halo: Reach =622,708
2. PC Final Fantasy XIV Online =223,194
3. PC Sid Meier's Civilization V =121,864
4. Wii Wii Sports =62,912
5. Wii Wii Sports Resort =62,570
6. PS3 Sports Champions =49,791
7. PSP Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep =34,897
8. Wii New Super Mario Bros. Wii =34,357
9. DS Pokémon Heart Gold / Soul Silv... =34,008
10 Wii Wii Fit Plus =33,141