Capcom's not been having the best time with the recently released PlayStation 4 version of Ultra Street Fighter IV. Despite garnering some positive reviews, the professional fighting game community—many of whom are planning to compete in Capcom's own Capcom Pro Tour tournament—have been less than impressed with the port. Numerous videos of the game have been published to YouTube, showcasing a raft of bugs, glitches, and performance issues that would have a detrimental effect on tournament play.
"I am so mad right now. We got ripped off and were forced to buy this as tournament competitors. I don't see myself playing this unless patch," reads a tweet from just one of a string of disgruntled players.
The problems are so bad that Capcom has decided to pull the PS4 version of the game from the rest of its 2015 Pro Tour. The even larger EVO tournament, which features SFIV as well as games like Super Smash Bros. Melee, Mortal Kombat X, and Tekken 7, is also considering its options. Joey Cuellar, a founding member of the EVO tournament, tweeted: "We are currently evaluating what system to put USF4 on at Evo 2015. Please be patient!"