FGC Raw is a new documentary series focusing on “the top players in the fighting game community”. First up is Long Island Joe, who made one hell of a run at this year’s EVO.
Today on Highlight Reel we have good bones and calcium, Mei bullfights, gravity deflects, smooth operators, and more!
We probably all know the general story of Moment 37 and the famous Daigo Parry that displayed a serious talent for Street Fighter blocking. But for our second episode of Kotaku Compete, you can get a behind-the-scenes look at the feelings and the people behind the moment, and how it’s affected them since.
Well, she’s always had an annoying laugh. Go figure.
Genzoman, purveyor of great fanart, shows off his skills in a Street Fighter/Rival Schools crossover piece that he did for UDON Entertainment’s 280-page Capcom Fighting Tribute artbook. Higher-res image is below, and you can check out some of the other art found in the book in this DeviantArt gallery.
R. Mika has a few work out tips for you. They’re pretty good! They also turn her into an absolute monster.
When Cammy was first shown in Street Fighter V, people online in Japan were not happy with the character’s appearance. Now, they are.
Well hello there, rugged Ryu. Did you lose your razor blade? I don’t mind.
Here’s a strange one: R. Mika, a wrestler who first appeared in Street Fighter Alpha 3, is joining the cast of the newest Street Fighter game, impractical costume and all.
Birdie, from Street Fighter V, has an idle animation where he picks his nose and flicks a booger at his opponent. Which is cute, but the thing is, it also does a teeny bit of damage when it hits.
Street Fighter V tried to have a beta test. It didn’t work, though hey, that’s what beta tests are for. To ensure that they run one that does work, Capcom is taking it a little easier this time, and starting today they’ll be rolling out “a series of region specific stress tests”.
A few weeks ago, Street Fighter’s Ken character got a new look. This time, it’s Vega’s turn. Goodbye, pectoral muscles. Hello, frilly pirate shirt.
Hope you weren’t super turbo excited for the Street Fighter V beta over the weekend, because the thing was a complete clusterfuck. So much so that the whole thing was called off, and won’t be back until “the experience is going to be a positive one for players.”
Back online briefly last night after launch problems brought it down, Capcom’s beta test for Street Fighter V is up and running for those lucky enough to get online past an assortment of numbered errors.
Have you ever wondered what would happen if a Capcom artist’s two favourite things were Khal Drogo and Asura’s Wrath? This is what would happen.
Attending the annual fighting tournament as part of a graduation trip for son Thomas, actress Jamie Lee Curtis donned the claws and mask of Street Fighter’s Vega to remain incognito in the crowd.
The days of Super/Ultra/Hyper editions may be over. During the Street Fighter V panel at EVO 2015, Capcom detailed its plan to release a single disc with 16 fighters supported by regular digital updates—many of which can be earned simply by playing the game.