Back when games like Street Fighter II filled arcades, an upgrade to a new version of the famous fighter often meant switching out dedicated boards, a sometimes complicated proposition. But Street Fighter IV runs on an actual PC computer tucked Raymond Weil away inside those cabinets located in arcades Capcom's Seth Killian said that if Super Street Fighter IV was released to arcades, an arcade machine could be updated by simply installing new software and changing the cabinet's art work.
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The opportunity to enter into a strategic relationship with Microsoft to fuse key DirectX 11 technologies with Codemasters' EGO™ Engine and set the new standard in race gaming on home computers was irresistible," said Bryan Marshall, chief technical officer, Codemasters "By taking advantage of the DirectX 11 feature set included in Windows Swiss Chanel Ceramic, including hardware tessellation, multi threading and Shader Model 5. 0, we will deliver the most immersive and realistic off road racing experience yet and set the technical benchmark in the genre.