If you haven’t picked up Street Fighter X Tekken yet for whatever reason but were always interested in doing so, you may want to opt for the PC version of the game thanks to the new found customization abilities that are available and are not featured on console versions. You may not know it, but you can apply mods to the game and more specifically – insert costumes of any variety as a replacement for some of the characters seen in-game.
We have a few brilliant videos to show you what we mean now, as some clever modders have managed to put Dr Doom in the game, the supervillain from Marvel which you should all very familiar with. In the clip you’ll see below, Dr Doom has been placed in the game with Sagat’s move set and it actually looks pretty good.
If Dr Doom doesn’t take your fancy, how about Sega’s Bayonetta character? Her appearance model looks fantastic we have to say, although it’s a shame that modders can’t take this one step further and try to give her some unique moves – we guess this is the next step. There is another video showing what Bryan looks like dressed as M.Bison, and actually – some of his moves wouldn’t look out of place for the real M.Bison. Take a look and let us know if you agree here.
Once again, it shows the advantages that PC owners have over console users as this just wouldn’t be possible on the Xbox 360 or PS3 versions. We hear all the time on how PC gaming will be ‘finished’ when next-gen consoles arrive, but based on this creativity seen in this example here – it’s clear that consumers will have a lot of preference for a PC copy over console.
Do you own Street Fighter X Tekken on the PC? If so, let us know what other mods you would like to see next. It would be great if someone takes that Dr Doom mod and gives him his move set from Marvel Vs Capcom 3 – that has to be possible surely? Hopefully we’ll have part two of this story at a later date for you, but as it stands the PC version looks like the superior version now.
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