Cross-Link confirmed for PS Vita version of Street Fighter X Tekken

If you’re planning on picking up Street Fighter X Tekken for your PlayStation Vita, you might be pleased to learn that it has been confirmed that the Vita version of the game will feature Cross-Link. For those unaware, Cross-Link is a feature that lets you use the PS Vita as a controller for the console version of the game. This is of course assuming that you own both the PlayStation 3 version and the Vita version of the game in the first place. This might be handy for those who wish to play the game while on the go, and at home but don’t want to have to switch controllers due to the different feel of the Vita’s controls versus the regular PlayStation 3’s game pad. The Vita version of Street Fighter X Tekken will be available come 23rd of October, a date that some of you guys might want to mark down on your calendars.

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