You know him, you love him, Hot Ryu. And now, for a mere $900, you can own a 1:3 scale version of the hunkiest version of Ryu around.
Well hello there, rugged Ryu. Did you lose your razor blade? I don’t mind.
Ryu’s a Smash combatant now, but players familiar with the source material will have a distinct advantage over their Super Smash Bros. foes. Oh, and he’s the only fighter in the series with two Final Smashes. So...he’s new.
If the footage floating around right now is legit, it looks like both a Fire Emblem favorite and one of the most iconic fighting game characters in the world might be joining the Smash Bros. roster soon.
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.
I'll tell you what. When I park my car, the thing I fear most isn't theft, careless drives, or hazardous weather. It's Ryu.
26 years of Street Fighter means a lot of change in graphics and art direction, and what a better way to show this than a huge gallery of the series' main character, Ryu.
In today's Speak Up, Daemon_Gildas confesses that Ryu just flat out sucks. Especially compared to his rivals.
Today sees the release of the first of five rounds of downloadable content for Capcom's interactive anime epic Asura's Wrath, the beginning of a five round cycle that ends with a pair of Street Fighter grudge matches.
Take a look at this awesome graffiti found in the streets of Paris. A down and out Ryu from Street Fighter is added to that empowering image of Muhammad Ali's quickly-won 1965 heavyweight championship rematch against Sonny Liston, which these days you may see more often on the walls of college students than of boxing…
Commenter Kevwood112 worries that we as a community may have lost sight of what it means to be a ninja, which should be a good thing, as you aren't supposed to see them anyway. Let's Speak Up about it.
It was already known that Yun and Yang were heading to the arcade version of Super Street Fighter IV. That's not who I'm talking about.
You drooled over the news that Capcom and Namco Bandai had teamed up for Street Fighter X Tekken this weekend, now listen to the cheers of fans as they watch the game's first battle unfold.
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.
You may have seen these images before, but not armed with this knowledge.
It's been ten years since the characters of Marvel's comics and Capcom's video games faced off in a fighting title, so 2011's Marvel Vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds can't come soon enough.