T.Hawk and Dee Jay Future DLC for Street Fighter IV?

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Capcom is hinting that the only two fighters missing from Street Fighter II may be making a future appearance in IV, presumably as DLC.  Incomplete character models have been created for the game, but for some reason, they were never finished and the two were left out of the game.

I, for one, think that T.Hawk and Dee Jay suck an incredible amount of ass, so I won’t shell out $10 or whatever the hell it would cost to make them playable. All I need is Cammy and the hard kick button and I’m golden for an infinite number of matches.

T.Hawk and Dee Jay’s return allegedly depends on “user support” so if you really want to see them make an appearance, get on those Capcom forums and start professing your undying love for Chief and Shark Smile.

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