Capcom still pushing for HD Remix on PSN

Report suggests it's stuck in Sony QA loop.

Capcom has reiterated that it still plans to release Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix for PlayStation Network in Europe after a report suggested the game was going round in circles between the publisher and Sony QA.

ThePSN quoted Capcom spokesperson Leo Tan, who reportedly said the game was going back and forth due to "faults and other problems", and that the publisher was hoping to submit a new version "within three weeks".

However, Tan told Eurogamer this morning that he didn't speak to the site in question, and issued the following statement: "We are keen to release Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix on PSN in Europe as soon as we possibly can."

HD Remix was originally released for Xbox 360 in Europe in late November, and has been available on PSN in the States since then as well, but the game has been conspicuously absent from the European store ever since.

Which is a shame, because it's wicked.

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