It's not as easy as it looks
The fanboy-saliva-inducing fighting game that will bring Tekken and Street Fighter together for the first time, is apparently having some difficulty behind the scenes as game makers try to bring stereoscopic 3D support to it.
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In an interview with CVG, producer Yoshinori Ono said that the team is having difficulty maintaining a stable framerate when adding 3D resolution to the title.
"At this point, talking about 3D if you think about the frame-rate, with 3D games it is doubled and because both of our fighting games are of high-grade gaming it is 60 frames per second. Running a 120 fps game is pretty difficult so we're not sure about that," he said.
Given the problems they are facing, it is possible that Tekken X Street Fighter will not actually support 3D output at all. That's despite comments from Ono that the game would make sense and look really stunning in 3D.
Obviously there is a lot of pressure to make this game, a game that fighting game fans have been clamoring for for years, as amazing as possible. But if the developers just can't get the 3D up and running, it may be a lost cause.
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No release date for the game has been announced at this point.