Launch of Super Street Fighter 4, Lost Planet 2 delayed

Major Capcom titles set to be released in 2011 fiscal year

G4TV has located a financial document published by Capcom for its investors that notes that three of the company's highly-anticipated releases presumed to drop in early 2010 — Super Street Fighter IV, Lost Planet 2, and Monster Hunter Tri — will be landing during the fiscal year of 2011. With the new dates set, that means the trio of titles could drop any time between April of next year, and March 2011.

While Dark Void and Tatsunoko vs Capcom are both scheduled to release next month, if the financial report is based in truth, it could lead to a scarce early 2010 retail release slate for the publishing giant. With the company having a regular presence at the Consumer Electronics Show, we may hear more about the status of the company's release slate within the next few weeks.

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