Capcom Cuts Street Fighter IV To 99c, Donates Profits To Tsunami Victims

Street Fighter for the win

This is great. Japanese games giant Capcom has slashed the price of Street Fighter IV for iOS to just one dollar (59p in the UK) until March 22nd. Sega is doing something similar for Sonic the Hedgehog and Sonic 2.

Every penny from those sales will be donated to relief funds for the victims of the Japanese tsunami and earthquake. Street Fighter has already knocked Tiny Wings off the top of the UK Top 25 list as a result.

Capcom says: “We can never thank you enough for all the support each one of you are giving to us. People from all over the world, please unite with us to help people in the disaster-struck area.”

You heard ‘em, kids. Grab your bargains now, and send a dollar to help people who need it.

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  • BigWillyBurns

    I think you mean Tiny Wings, there’s no such app as Tiny Birds.

  • gilest

    Doh! Of course I do. Thanks for spotting that. Fixed now.

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