Street Fighter x Mega Man patch under consideration

By Brenna Hillier, Thursday, 20 December 2012 01:55 GMT

Capcom executive Christian Svensson has said the publisher is considering issuing a patch for Street Fighter x Mega Man, a free, fan-made game celebrating the blue hero’s 25th anniversary. Svensson’s comments came in a Capcom Unity forum thread in which players were discussing stability issues and desired features – saving and directional button controls.

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