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Street Fighter X Tekken Vita hitting Europe on October 19

Street Fighter X Tekken Vita hitting Europe on October 19
Here's hoping you Europeans and your Vitas are ready to rumble, as Street Fighter X Tekken for Sony's handheld got a release date this morning of October 19. That's a full four days before your North American counterparts get their grubby mitts on the cross-publisher portable fighter, meaning you'll have a full 96 hours of practice time with which to become a master of Shadowloo.

It also gives you some time to study up on your American English smack talk. Here, we'll get you started: "I do declare my good sir, your pugilistic pugnacity is that of a homeschooled hill person!" Gets 'em every time!
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Street Fighter X Tekken Vita will deliver all the content from the home console version plus exclusive new features when it launches across Europe on October 19, 2012. These PS Vita exclusive features include:

· Augmented Reality: Pose and take pictures of your favourite characters, and then place them in real life photos.

· Front and Rear Touch Panels: Create the size and positioning of extra buttons on the front and rear touch panels, and customise these with different moves. Also, menus now work with the touch screen.

· Near: Customise the costumes of your characters, and share them with other Vita owners that pass by. Collect other players' custom costumes.

· KO Monument: Collect trophies from the players you beat and build the ultimate KO monument.

Street Fighter x Tekken Vita will deliver a total of 55 playable characters. In addition to the core roster of 38 characters from the console version and the five exclusive characters from the PS3 version, the PS Vita version will arrive with a free download code for the 12 new playable characters: Blanka, Cody, Dudley, Elena, Guy and Sakura from the Street Fighter™ side, and Alisa Bosconovitch, Bryan Fury, Christie Monteiro, Jack-X, Lars Alexandersson and Lei Wulong from the Tekken™ side.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.