Capcom has announced plans to bring Street Fighter IV to the iPhone.

The company has spent months working on a control system, according to IGN. You'll use a virtual pad and buttons, choosing from a range of control configurations with various button positions, transparency and set-up. A Dojo Mode will help you get acquainted before entering the tournament proper.

The iPhone game will use the same assets as the current console versions so the recently introduced art style will feature, along with scaled down character models. Complete move sets will be present and correct, including Ultras and their full animations.

Only two fighters are confirmed so far - Ken and Ryu. However, a "large roster" is promised and said to feature both old and new faces.

On top of all that, there's a multiplayer mode so two players can battle it out via Bluetooth.

Capcom has yet to announce a price, but Street Fighter IV is scheduled to hit the US App Store in March.

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