Ronda Rousey and Floyd Mayweather may never wind up trading blows in real life. But, now we know who’d win if they were Street Fighter characters.
Ultra Street Fighter IV was pretty broken when it launched, but Sony’s trying to patch it back to health. An update is rolling out in North America today, and the full patch are below:
Zangief became Baymax and Cammy is transformed into Go Go Tomago from Big Hero 6 and they both fit perfectly into Ultra Street Fighter IV.
Fighting game community site Event Hubs have done something neat: taking the main character preference and location data from over 6000 users currently playing Ultra Street Fighter IV, they've put together a map showing where they all live across the globe, and who they play as.
In an interview with VG247, Capcom producer Tomoaki Ayano explained that making each numeric entry in the Street Fighter series takes a long time. A long, long time.
The update to Street Fighter IV that spilled out yesterday now has a name: it's going to be sold in a complete pack as Ultra Street Fighter IV, which adds five new fighters to the game, along with a range of tweaks.
From EVO 2013 comes news that Street Fighter IV's next update will deliver four new characters—and a fifth never before seen in the series.
Unless you grew up with it, or were born with the mechanical aptitude to quickly adapt to the rigorous timing and dexterity required, getting into Street Fighter can seem daunting.
As far as Street Fighter characters go, Juri Han is unique. She's the first Korean Street Fighter character and the sole Taekwondo fighter. She's also tough, evil, and very cool looking.
Pipoca, the Brazilian animator who brought us First-Person Bomberman, now delivers this concept of Street Fighter IV's bonus stage, fought first-person style. It's a great take, but if the combos are based on your point of view, I'm now completely messed up on how to throw a hadouken. What's forward? Up?
Popular Street Fighter IV producer Yoshinoro Ono says even after he worked himself to the point of exhaustion and took a terrifying trip to the hospital several months ago, Capcom put him back to work at breakneck speed.
Japanese artist Kei Suwabe created profiles for characters that don't exist in Street Fighter IV, but Japanese pop culture.
For years, fighting game fans in the New York City area gathered at Chinatown Fair, to hone their skills at the location's stand-up machines. That all ended earlier this year to the dismay of many. Chinatown Fair's legacy lives on across the river in Brooklyn's Next Level but you can relive the glory of days past in…
Square Enix's first two Street Fighter IV figures, based on series "heroes" Ryu and Chun-Li, have just hit shelves. Part of the company's Play Arts line, they're big, they're detailed and they're a little on the expensive side.
At a New York University conference about game design this past weekend, a conversation about misogyny broke out.