Street Fighter V

Sakura Enters The Ring In Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition Update

I’ve had a bit of a non-committal history with Capcom’s Street Fighter V. Despite owning the game for nearly two years, I’ve found very little reason to pick up the controller and play beyond some basic exploration of characters and training, that is until recently. The Character specific prologue stories – while welcomed – didn’t really do it for me and getting absolutely DESTROYED online isn’t my cup of tea, so I’ve shied away from the game. With the beginning of Street Fighter V: Season 3, Capcom has added someone that I feel...

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The Awesome Booths From PAX West

Capcom brought a lot of their offerings from E3 to PAX for the public to enjoy. Surprisingly Dead Rising 4 only had 2 demo stations at their official booth although more where playable at the Microsoft booth. Indie title Warcube was part of the PAX Rising selection at PAX West. Our own Renee Gittin’s “Potions: A Curious Tale” was playable on the show-floor :D! Cards Against Humanity had a very creative store front at the entrance to...

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It’s Free Comic Book Day TODAY

TODAY is FREE COMIC BOOK DAY, and with that in mind here are a few video game related comics that will be avilable sans purchase on Saturday. Check out the Free Comic Book Day website for a full list of participating shops and books available. SONIC FREE COMIC BOOK DAY SAMPLER Get the best of both worlds with the Sonic Sampler! Hot on the heels of the all-new epic Sonic comics event, “Panic in the Sky,” comes a...

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Street Fighter V ‘Butt smack Mod’ Adds Nothing To The Game

Capcom’s Street Fighter V has been available on Windows PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 for little over 24 hours and players have already found a way to “restore” animation changes to fighter R. Mika’s introduction. For the unaware, as I was until I came across the modification on twitter this morning, in pre-release versions of SFV R.Mika would slap her own ass during her V-Trigger super move activation animation.  Months later in December 2015 fans noticed...

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Street Fighter V | Review

Street Fighter V

Review by special guest editor: Robyn Robo Almost exactly 7 years since Street Fighter IV came out for PS3, Xbox and Windows, Street Fighter V has released. With support for only two platforms at launch, PS4 and Windows, this is a more limited release. SteamOS support is coming “this spring” apparently. Sorry Xbox gamers, I don’t see anything planned yet for you. Unlike the version heck of the last release with Super, Ultra and Arcade Editions, this is...

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Capcom Releases Street Fighter V DLC Roadmap To Fans

Capcom Releases Street Fighter V DLC Roadmap To Fans The long running Street Fighter franchise gets turned on its head with the release of Street Fighter V next week.  Sure gameplay additions like V-Triggers and V-Skills are going to force long time fighters to adapt to a new flow in combat but there’s something even more dramatic coming in the following months. Instead of releasing Street Fighter V: SUPER ULTRA MEGA EDITION 2016 Capcom will roll out...

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Learn About Ken Masters In This SFV Character Introduction Trailer

Capcom has released the first character introduction video for their upcoming Street Fighter V. This two-minute long video will give viewers a crash course about some of the changes coming to series staple Ken Masters. Ken isn’t just about spamming hadukens or being a slight pallet swap for Ryu anymore. Thanks to the introduction of new mechanics like V-Skills Ken finally has quite a few differences from his long time rival that help set him apart. His...

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Street Fighter V Officially Heading To Steam OS

Fans of Capcom’s upcoming fifth installment of the Street Fighter franchise will have an additional choice when it comes to platforms to play on. No, this newly approaching challenger isn’t Microsoft’s Xbox One but rather Valve’s own Steam OS. You might have missed this news since it was buried in the official announcements section of the Steam community for Street Fighter V. Not only will the game becoming to the fledgling OS but it will also support...

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Capcom Unleashes a Combo of Street Fighter V Media For PSX

It wouldn’t be time for the PlayStation Experience without a brand new character reveal & trailer from Capcom’s Street Fighter V. Unveiled during this weekend’s expo F.A.N.G – a slender and tall man in an oversized robe and hat. If you think his look is absolutely out of the norm for the series his move set might interest, you even more – he specializes in the use of counters and misdirection.  He also has several moves that...

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New Street Fighter V Media & Announcement: Laura

CapCom unveiled a brand new character for their upcoming fighting game Street Fighter V at the Brazil Games Show. Laura Matsuda joins the frays the fray with her Matsuda Jiu-Jitsu style.  Her story-line features sees her wanting to find a protégé and spread her unique fighting style throughout the world. So how does she fight? Up close and personal with grapples and methodical quick movements. Check out her first trailer and screenshots below and don’t forget that...

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Here’s What To Expect From The Street Fighter V Beta

Are you looking forward to Street Fighter V’s upcoming beta test? Depending on the region you reside in there are a number of different ways for you to get your hands on a portion of Capcom’s latest brawler before release. If you live in North America, like I do, the easiest way to get access to the beta is by pre-ordering a copy of SFV through Amazon, Best Buy or GameStop. Beta codes for retailer specific pre-orders...

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Street Fighter V Battle Systems Explained

Capcom’s upcoming fifth entry in the Street Fighter franchise is expected to have a huge presence at Sony’s E3 press conference thanks to the platform exclusivity agreement the two companies previously announced. Before things kick off early next week Capcom has released a brand new “Battle Systems” trailer explaining some of the mechanics we can expect in Street Fighter V alongside a fresh batch of new screenshots. From the press release and trailer they’ve provided it seems...

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Street Fighter V Exclusive To Playstation 4

The next entry in Capcom’s long running fighting franchise, Street Fighter V, will be a PlayStation exclusive. A stunning announcement for sure considering the fact that all of the entries in the Street Fighter IV series were multiplatform on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC!  Alongside the announcement Capcom released two trailers – One titled “Rise Up” centered around the fighting game community – and another that showcases brief gameplay featuring Ryu and Chun-Lee. Players on PC...

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