We’re late on this, but you should still definitely watch the intense Street Fighter finals from last weekend’s CEO 2015 tournament. Kazunoko vs 801 Strider is a highlight, but you can check out more of the great finals over at Shoryuken. »
If you’ve seen recent Street Fighter V footage from E3 you’ve probably noticed something a little different about Chun Li. People are remarking that because Chun Li’s breasts act as if they were made out of jello, Street Fighter has gone “full Dead or Alive” in the upcoming sequel. »
Street Fighter V has a PS4 beta coming July 23rd, along with two new characters: Cammy and Birdie, according to Sony’s E3 presser tonight.
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.
The biggest fighting game of the year is around the corner, and things are already heating up as top players put “bounties” on other people’s heads. Or in this case, their own head.
Yoshinori Ono claims that he campaigned for years for his employer, Capcom, to bring back Street Fighter. »
Ultra Street Fighter IV is kinda janky on PlayStation 4. Which was making competitors nervous ahead of this year’s big EVO fighting game tournament, so instead of taking their chances with Sony’s promised fixes, organisers are taking a safer route with the game’s appearance, deciding instead to switch the platform… »
Bugs, glitches, lag. You name it, and people are reporting that Ultra Street Fighter IV’s PS4 port has it. »
Ultra Street Fighter IV will support PlayStation 3 fight sticks, as Sony’s going to include the backwards compatibility drivers created by Skullgirls developer Lab Zero. »
It’s not the likeliest of crossovers, but it’s definitely one of the most interesting. Street Fighters with augments, hands that turn into guns, kitchens full of cereal... »
Hadouken, Shoryuken, Sonic Boom... Street Fighter’s moves are as iconic as the characters that wield them, but one move in particular has had a greater impact on both the Street Fighter series and its competitive gaming history than any of those—the parry. »