Yes, it’s called “Hadouken.”
Unlike the main characters, Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike’s mysterious Rorschach-esque fighter never got the 3D treatment.
Capcom has released a second trailer (above) for their Resident Evil-themed competitive shooter, Umbrella Corps., along with some additional info: The game will cost $30, will be on PC and PS4, and is coming out in May. Brian’s played the game in September—if you wanna hear his impressions, head over here.
Don’t think of how VR headsets could change the way esport games are played, but rather, imagine how they could change they’re viewed—in particular, fighting games. Capcom’s Yoshinori Ono explains how.
Dragon’s Dogma didn’t get the kindest review on Kotaku when it came out in 2012 for consoles. With the PC version arriving on Steam tomorrow, it’s an opportunity for me to mount a defense for one of my favorite flawed games of the last few years. Dragon’s Dogma is far from perfect, but damn, I love it.
And I got infected with the T-virus. Don’t you hate it when that happens?
There is, unfortunately, more grim news from the set of Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, where a crew member was reportedly crushed to death earlier this month. A stuntwoman who’d been injured also recently said that her injuries will cost her an arm.
Last month, observant fans noticed that some changes had been made to Street Fighter V character R. Mika. Namely, that her ass-smacking celebration—first shown off in August—had since been toned down to keep the slapping out of view.
Using the power of math and science, Vsauce determined that an average-sized fist performing a Rising Dragon Fist would apply enough force to decapitate a normal human being. Then they built a dummy to test their work.
The 2015 Capcom Cup Ultra Street Fighter IV tournament is taking place today at Sony’s PlayStation Experience event, with 32 of the best players in the world battling for their piece of a $250,000 prize pool. Watch it live right here!
Introducing F.A.N.G, one of Street Fighter V’s newest characters who will debut on launch day. Capcom joked that they’re glad he didn’t leak before the Playstation Experience event! Heh.
So, that definitive Street Fighter soundtrack we wrote about a few weeks ago is now out. I’ve been listening to it all weekend, and it’s fantastic.
What do Capcom, Sega, Bandai-Namco, and Nintendo all have in common? They all lend characters from some of their most popular franchises to team up in the mega-crossover, Project X Zone 2.
The Sega, Capcom and Bandai-Namco mega-crossover series returns—once again bringing you into a world where your fighting force includes the likes of Chun-Li. KOS-MOS, and Sanshiro Segata ...But I’ll probably just repeatedly use Phoenix Wright to kill enemies with paper work. Come join me!
Don’t you miss instruction manuals? Or even just paper? I know I do. And these photos make me miss them even more.
Today, the Resident Evil stage play, which is called... Resident Evil the Stage (blergh), debuted in Japan. Let’s see what it looked like!