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    Tekken Director confirms cancellation of Tekken X Street Fighter

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    After several years of gameplay being shelved, the director of Tekken confirms that the Tekken X Street Fighter crossover title has been officially cancelled.

    In 2010 there were a few months of hazing between then Street Fighter producer Yoshinori Ono and Tekken producer Katsuhiro Harada. This staged rivalry, which included Harada becoming a villain at Capcom's request, resulted in two cross-fighting games being announced: Street Fighter X Tekken and Tekken X Street Fighter , with one developed by Capcom and the other by Bandai Namco. 



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    The titles were ambitious from the start, but while Street Fighter X Tekken was released, the other half of the collaboration was nowhere to be seen. Harada recently confirmed that the Bandai Namco crossover half has been officially cancelled.

    This crossover lit a fire for fighting game fans, as the idea of ​​the two franchises colliding in two entries was exciting. Both rosters of these franchises becoming playable on each other's engine and playstyle felt like a dream come true for many. 

    After Street Fighter X Tekken was released, however, things started to fall apart. There were a number of issues with the game, such as the unbalanced Gem System and the controversy surrounding Capcom's DLC disc practices. The mixed reception of this crossover was the first step towards the project's eventual cancellation.



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