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Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition is an update to Super Street Fighter IV, released in 2011 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. This version of the game aims at bringing the improvements from the arcade version of Super Street Fighter IV to home systems. Besides numerous balance changes, SSFIV:AE introduces returning characters Yun, Yang and Evil Ryu, and newcomer Oni.

The game has sold 400,000 units worldwide as of December 2011, and 1.1 million by September 2014.[1]

In April 2012, before the announcement of Ultra Street Fighter IV, Capcom community manager Seth Killian had announced that the Arcade Edition would be the final version of the Street Fighter IV series.[2]


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The character select screen

Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition includes all playable fighters from the previous version and four additional fighters; Evil Ryu (returning from Street Fighter Alpha 3), twin brothers Yang and Yun (returning from Street Fighter III), and newcomer Oni, a new form of Akuma.

Character Japanese voice actor English voice actor Debut
Abel Kenji Takahashi Jason Liebrecht Street Fighter IV
Adon Atsushi Imaruoka Taliesin Jaffe Street Fighter (NPC)
Akuma Taketora Dave Mallow Super Street Fighter II Turbo
Balrog Satoshi Tsuruoka Bob Carter Street Fighter II (NPC)
Blanka Yūji Ueda Taliesin Jaffe Street Fighter II
C. Viper Mie Sonozaki Michelle Ruff Street Fighter IV
Cammy Miyuki Sawashiro Caitlin Glass Super Street Fighter II
Chun-Li Fumiko Orikasa Laura Bailey Street Fighter II
Cody Daisuke Kishio Michael T. Coleman Final Fight
Dan Toshiyuki Kusuda Ted Sroka Street Fighter Alpha
Dee Jay Kenji Hamada Chris Cain Super Street Fighter II
Dhalsim Daisuke Egawa Christopher Bevins Street Fighter II
Dudley Naomi Kusumi Stuart McLean Street Fighter III: New Generation
E. Honda Yoshikazu Nagano Joe DiMucci Street Fighter II
El Fuerte Daisuke Ono J. B. Blanc Street Fighter IV
Evil Ryu Hiroki Takahashi Kyle Hebert Street Fighter Alpha 2
Fei Long Yuuichi Nakamura Matthew Mercer Super Street Fighter II
Gen Youhei Tadano Michael Sorich Street Fighter (NPC)
Gouken Tōru Ōkawa Rod Clarke Street Fighter Alpha (NPC)
Guile Hiroki Yasumoto Travis Willingham Street Fighter II
Guy Tsuguo Mogami Jason Miller Final Fight
Hakan Shintaro Ohata Lance J. Holt Super Street Fighter IV
Ibuki Ayumi Fujimura Kat Steel Street Fighter III: New Generation
Juri Eri Kitamura Jessica Straus Super Street Fighter IV
Ken Masters Yūji Kishi Reuben Langdon Street Fighter
M. Bison Norio Wakamoto Gerald C. Rivers Street Fighter II (NPC)
Makoto Makoto Tsumura Jessica D. Stone Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike
Oni Taketora Dave Mallow First appearance
Rose Akeno Watanabe Gina Grad Street Fighter Alpha
Rufus Wataru Hatano Christopher Corey Smith Street Fighter IV
Ryu Hiroki Takahashi Kyle Hebert Street Fighter
Sagat Daisuke Endou Isaac C. Singleton Jr. Street Fighter (NPC)
Sakura Misato Fukuen Brittney Harvey Street Fighter Alpha 2
Seth Akio Ohtsuka Michael McConnohie Street Fighter IV
T. Hawk Tōru Nara David Vincent Super Street Fighter II
Vega Junichi Suwabe Doug Erholtz Street Fighter II (NPC)
Yang Masakazu Suzuki Johnny Yong Bosch Street Fighter III: New Generation (palette swap)
Yun Kentaro Ito Todd Haberkorn Street Fighter III: New Generation
Zangief Kenta Miyake Anthony Landor Street Fighter II


On April 4, 2010, an arcade version of Super Street Fighter IV was confirmed by producer Yoshinori Ono during the Japanese Street Fighter IV finals.[3] Various playtests were handled in various arcades as well as appearing during the Street Fighter IV finals at Tougeki - Super Battle Opera.[4]

Shortly before release, images showing debug Xbox 360 achievements from Microsoft's PartnerNet service featuring characters previously only seen in the arcade version of the game were leaked, hinting at a future game update for home systems.[5][6]


The console versions of Arcade Edition were first presented during Capcom's 2011 Captivate event.[7] It was released on June 7, 2011 for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 as online downloadable content and physical media on June 28, 2011.[8] Although initially questioned due to the rampant piracy the original Street Fighter IV suffered on the platform,[9] on April 12, 2011 it was announced that a PC version of Arcade Edition would be released in July 5, 2011.[10][11]

For the Arcade Edition, every character received various tweaks, ranging from character balancing to new EX moves.[12] The game also added twin brothers Yun and Yang from the Street Fighter III series as playable characters, and made Evil Ryu and Oni, previously only available as hidden bosses, playable out of the box.

The update is available as downloadable content in the console versions, and as a retail game for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Microsoft Windows. When updating regular Super Street Fighter IV in the console versions, players get the ability to switch between regular Super and the Arcade Edition. The "Replay Channel" has been expanded to allow players to follow others' recent games, distribute replays, and watch a special channel featuring proficient players.[13] The Microsoft Windows version also features a benchmark test for computers and makes use of Games for Windows Live.[14]


Version 2012[]

Article: Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition/Version 2012 Patch

A free patch was released in December 2011 which changed various attack properties and character hitboxes, etc. Although no new characters, stages, or features were added, the changes were significant enough that Capcom dubbed the altered game "Version 2012".

Released on December 13, 2011, the patch aimed to balance the roster again. While most characters have been tweaked, buffed or nerfed a little; Gouken, Yun, Yang, Evil Ryu, Fei Long and Hakan have been completely overhauled. The patch's version of Dan has been claimed to be the strongest version yet in a Street Fighter title.

[citation needed] The patch is free to download and completely overwrite the data of the previous Arcade Edition.

Version 2014[]

On May 30, 2014, Capcom deployed a "Version 2014" patch that switched the PC version of game's online services from Games for Windows Live to Steam's servers.[15] The update also introduced some GUI improvements, a reworked achievement system, and an updated replay system.[16][17] Controversy arose regarding the fact that any DLC purchased through GFWL was lost in the transition.[18] GFWL will still be able to be used until its shutdown.[19]

Ultra version[]

Main article: Ultra Street Fighter IV

Released in 2014, Ultra Street Fighter IV is the updated version of Arcade Edition. New features include the addition of five new characters (Elena, Hugo, Poison, Rolento, and Decapre) and six "new" stages, all of which are from Street Fighter X Tekken.





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  5. Ono Responds to the Rumored Achievements Leak for Xbox 360 Super Street Fighter 4. Retrieved on May 16, 2011.
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  8. Everything You Wanted to Know About Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition but Maybe Didn't Ask. Retrieved on May 16, 2011.
  9. "Super Street Fighter IV PC release unlikely", Gamespot, September 22, 2010. Retrieved on September 22, 2010. 
  10. "Details, covers & images for Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition : News :", EventHubs, April 12, 2011. Retrieved on April 12, 2011. 
  11. Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition PC. Retrieved on 2011-10-10.
  12. Yun and Yang confirmed for Super Street Fighter IV arcade, improvements and downgrades for everyone else, Super Street Fighter IV Xbox 360 News. GamesRadar. Retrieved on 2011-10-10.
  13. Details, covers & images for Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition. EventHubs.
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  15. Savage, Phil. Super Street Fighter 4: Arcade Edition ditching GfW Live for Steamworks this Friday. website. PCGamer. Retrieved on 30 May 2014.
  16. Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition for PC Only $7.49 on Amazon, Keys Now Redeemable Through Steam. Retrieved on 1 June 2014.
  17. 'Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition' (ALL) Switches To Steamworks, DLCs Do Not Transfer. Retrieved on 1 June 2014.
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  19. Super Street Fighter 4: Arcade Edition's DLC won't migrate from GFWL to Steamworks. Retrieved on 1 June 2014.

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