SSFIV: Arcade Edition outed by BBFC

By Johnny Cullen, Monday, 28 March 2011 13:59 GMT

The BBFC has rated the Arcade Edition of Super Street Fighter IV as a 15, listing a June 24 release date.

The game passed with no cuts made and it has 6 minutes and 49 seconds worth of cut-scenes.

Capcom hasn’t actually announced the SSFIV Arcade Edition, but producer Yoshinori Ono has given out mixed signals on the matter before, having said no in the past before changing his tune saying, the game is maybe coming.

The Korean Ratings Board has also passed the game.

Don’t be too surprised if this ends up being a Captivate announcement in April.

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