Neither Sony nor Capcom can offer PSN date some two weeks after XBLA release.
European PS3 fans are still no closer to knowing when they'll be able to play stupendous downloadable fighting game Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo HD Remix after both Capcom and Sony were today unable to offer any update on the game's release.
SSF2THDR, released across all territories on Xbox LIVE on November 26, is available to download on the US PlayStation store, but has so far mysteriously not appeared on the EU PlayStation store.
When asked for an update, Capcom told VideoGamer.com this afternoon: "There's nothing to say till we make an official announcement."
And Sony Computer Entertainment Europe was also unable to suggest a date. When asked if it had any idea when the game would be appearing on the European PlayStation store, a representative told us: "We don't get told about 3rd party releases until it's live."
While no explanation for the delay has been offered, it may have something to do with certification problems. Games sent to Sony Computer Entertainment for certification need to be granted approval from each territory individually, and SCEE is considered among the most strict when it comes to this process.
PS3 owners are clearly missing out. We gave the Xbox LIVE Arcade version a well deserved 9/10 in our review.
As always, we'll keep you posted on any developments.