Hardcore fans of a series can be an entitled bunch. When Capcom unveiled the original boxart for Super Street Fighter IV back in January, there was a mixed reaction from fans. Capcom is good to its loyal followers, and proved this by tweaking SSFIV's boxart.

Here's a side-by-side comparison with the old boxart on the left. As you can see, Chun-Li and newcomer Juri have swapped sides, and Cammy has been exchanged for returning b-squad pugilist Dudley. Another notable change is the overall color scheme. The muted white and gray has been livened up with a rich mix of gold and red (reminiscent of Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition's boxart).

Capcom appears to be quite pleased with the changes. Because Dudley has replaced Cammy, basically every generation of Street Fighter is represented by a character. Just like the changes made to the game itself, these boxart tweaks make the whole package prettier. Literally. Look for the game on shelves April 27.

Which version do you like better?

Source: Capcom-Unity