I'm surprised they are making arcades for this. I mean, they game is going to be ******** huge and there will be tournaments on the arcades, don't get me wrong. But it seems kinda odd to release the game on arcade when they know it will do twice as better on home console. Hell, just with arcade stick they released for Tekken Hybrid it will drive more people to play at home vs. going to a arcade, plunk down some serious chump change and get about thirty minutes worth of play time. Sucks for me cause I live in San Antonio and I would have to go all the way to Austin to play it. Bad enough I gave Austin the finger and vowed to never return on my own free will.
the fall of arcades. makes me sad and dead on the inside
EDIT: Wait a god damn minute. If Wiki is to be trusted, Walnut, Cali has a population of less than 30,000 and Industry only has 219 people as of 2010 census. Why test in those two small a** cities/towns when there are much bigger and more populated cities that have a huger arcade turn out in Cali? I mean, LA plays host to many a arcade tournys along with maybe San Fran and/or San D. I'm confused by this.