Found this article on GameSpot dated March 28th, 2011:
Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition is one step closer to coming home. The British Board of Film Classification today gave the game a category 12 rating for the Xbox 360, and an expected release date of June 24.
Last month, the game's producer Yoshinori Ono teased on Twitter that the game would be getting a home release and told eager fans to wait until Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition had launched in Europe and North America. That game debuted in both territories over the weekend, but Ono is no more forthcoming about the Arcade Edition's home release plans. In response to a fan's Twitter question about a North American Arcade Edition release today, Ono posted, "Could be wait it news soon…"
When asked for comment, a Capcom representative told GameSpot that the publisher has not made any announcements about a home release of the game.
So it appears that the latest SF game will be coming to the consoles (Xbox 360 but not PS3?), and since it has reportedly received a rating, could very well be another disc game we all need to buy for a 3rd time instead of just DLC. All of this is still speculation until we get official word from Capcom or Ono, which should be coming in the next month.
Following Capcom's lead, I also have no official announcement for a 3rd season of the SFCCL! The reported release date in the above article is a couple of days after we begin the season-ending SUPER BRAWL II tournament, which is set to begin on June 20th, 2011. I preferred to not have an overlapping effect of the two games, but it could happen. To compare, season one was completed just before the release of Super Street Fighter IV last year.
In all seriousness, I have brainstormed several ideas for a third season, no matter if we used SSFIV again or the latest AE version. Considering the recent problems plaguing the current season, the new season would be shorter, possibly divided into a fall and spring season completely independent from each other. The league would be considerably smaller with a maximum number of members set at 32. I said that at the beginning of season two, but considering the problems we encounter when expanding, I would hold myself to this number during a third season. Another idea would make the league look drastically different to the current format as it would mirror a NFL or NBA season with a playoff tournament to determine the final champion instead of a constant running champion. All of these are ideas to keep the league fun and fresh for all members including myself.
Of course, all of this is dependent on what Capcom's plans are for the future of SF on the PlayStation 3. This has been a great season, and I am looking forward to the Super Brawl II tournament to conclude the season. After that...no definitive plans right now.
Good luck to all members!