The father of Street Fighter has announced that he has resigned from his position of director at CAPCOM Vancouver. The news follows his recent and continued struggles with heath issues which first emerged when he was suddenly rushed to hospital in 2012.

Since being discharged from Hospital in 2012, Ono has taken a sabbatical and also eased his workload greatly. Ono has produced only two games since 2012 including Street Fighter X Tekken and Ultra Street Fighter IV all for PS3, 360 and PC. His last title to release on a Nintendo platform was 2011’s Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition for the Nintendo 3DS which was one of the systems most well-received launch titles making use of several of the system’s unique abilities. The game managed to sell over a million units, quite a achievement for a third party launch title on a Nintendo platform, sadly one which appears to have forgotten about. 

Written by Andy W.

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