An innocent man's work life is wracked with terror, thanks to his coworker's fiendish use of startling Street Fighter quotes. I'm so glad I work from home.
With Ryu making the roster despite serious translation issues, there's absolutely no use for Ken in Pete Holmes' Street Fighter tournament.
Watching the BioShock Infinite demonstration at E3, I formed the mistaken impression that the thrill-ride skylines of Columbia had, within the game's story, always been intended as a primary mode of personal transportation. They aren't, as Irrational Games' Ken Levine explains in this four-minute video featuring…
In round one of Machnima's imagined crossover throwdown, Mario got the better of Ken. Now it's time for round two.
Street Fighter: Beginning's End is a fan film with amazing fight choreography, some tight special effects, better than normal Ken hair, and a terrifically bad sense of timing, releasing the same week as the Capcom-sanctioned Street Fighter Legacy.
Check out clips and stills from Street Fighter Legacy, an officially sanctioned Street Fighter short film featuring Hollywood talent that could be the most accurate screen adaptation of the World Warriors ever created.
Yesterday's new costume and ultra combo trailer was nice, but a pair of fight videos featuring Super Street Fighter IV's Ken versus Adon and Ryu versus Cody are nicer still.
With two games released since Christmas, Street Fighter is on fire. The kids at SOTA toys have probably taken it a bit too far, though, with this burning Ken statue.
Cherry, apparently. (We always thought raspberry. Ha!) Ken gets canned for a red sports drink, complete with image stamped on can containing energy fuel. Good for him.
If you've been passively following upcoming Hollywood flick Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li, you've probably already realized that Ryu and Ken are not characters in the film. Why is that? Hrm. According to the movie's producer Patrick Aiello, the filmmakers and Capcom decided to have this film focus on the…