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Xiaoyu, M. Bison confirmed for Street Fighter X Tekken

It's possible that Capcom may want to psycho-crush Microsoft right now. The company revealed two new characters for the upcoming Street Fighter X Tekken on Xbox Live's website: Ling Xiaoyu and M. Bison. Capcom had yet to make a formal announcement about these characters' inclusion.

The confirmation comes in the form of a screenshot (above). If you take a gander at the fighters' headshots above the stamina gauge, you'll notice that Heihachi's teammate is Ms. Xiaoyu (or is it Ms. Ling?), and Dhalsim's partner is the white-eyed M. Bison (who obviously needs to step into this fight, as Dhalsim looks like he's getting his ass kicked).

Street Fighter X Tekken will hit shelves on June 3 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PS Vita and PC. If you're picking up the PS Vita version, you might also be excited to know that Cole McGrath (from Sucker Punch's Infamous series) will be an unlockable character in that version, as announced by Capcom at E3 2011.

Reported by Jonathan Davila



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