In Pictures: Most wanted Street Fighter X Tekken matchups

Match-ups that Capcom/Namco absolutely must include in the game

As you've no doubt heard by now, the world's biggest brawling maestros, Capcom and Namco, are about to face off with two new fighting titles: Street Fighter X Tekken and Tekken X Street Fighter.

This is arguably the most anticipated crossover in video game history -- especially for one-on-one fighting fans. Whether you're a 2D Street Fighter purist or a combo-loving Tekken nut, it's hard not to get excited by this amazing announcement. The decision to produce two separate titles should ensure both camps are well catered to.

So far, only Ryu, Chun-Li, Kazuya and Nina are confirmed to appear in the game, but it’s a safe bet that the majority of fan favourites will make the cut. If you’re anything like us, you’ve probably mapped out your dream roster already.

With this in mind, we’ve assembled a list of Street Fighter/Tekken matchups that we most want to see in the game.

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