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Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite was revealed during yesterday’s Keynote address at this year’s PSX, but now there’s also a gameplay trailer that shows how the game looks and feels in action.
It was surely only a matter of time before Overwatch’s latest hacker hero got spliced into Street Fighter V.
Hope you like Street Fighter V! Capcom producer Yoshinori Ono told Famitsu (via Event Hubs) that they’ve planned the game’s roadmap “ up to around 2020.” Capcom wants to make sure the game is a solid esports title.
Looks like Akuma is coming to Street Fighter V. He’ll be playable at the PlayStation Experience in Anaheim next month.
Daigo Umehara is a legend when it comes to fighting games. Referred to sometimes as Daigo “The Beast” Umehara, the pro Street Fighter V player didn’t exactly need to win the European Regional Finals to qualify for Capcom’s Pro Tour. He would have gotten in on points alone. But that didn’t stop him from comfortably…
Thursday night’s Street Fighter V update added stage KOs, among other things, like Express Men’s bad-ass, Urien, and a little thing called Versus CPU mode.
Losing in Street Fighter V is now very, very embarrassing. Last night’s Street Fighter V update added Street Fighter III’s suit-clad human-muscle Urien and a Versus CPU mode, but the game’s new environmental stage KOs are the real... kicker.
100% of tonight’s WNF Street Fighter V prize pool is being donated to the funding campaigns for two members of the FGC who were involved in a traffic accident on the way to EVO 2016.
Well, that’s EVO 2016 in the books. Infiltration just took out the biggest (and final) event, the tournament’s first ever Street Fighter V showdown.
EVO 2016 is almost over, fighting game fans, but a lot can happen in the final moments, like a pixel-sliver win or tournament finals for Mortal Kombat X, Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3, Guild Gear Xrd: Revelator, Super Smash Bros. Melee and Street Fighter V.
Today on Highlight Reel we have good bones and calcium, Mei bullfights, gravity deflects, smooth operators, and more!
Street Fighter V’s new story DLC is really ridiculous and silly. You can watch me fumble and laugh through the first 30 minutes or so below. (Worth noting: it’s free!)
Sixteen characters made the cut for Street Fighter V, but they weren’t the only ones designed for the game. Capcom have shared some sketches of fighters who were created but failed to make the finished product, and yeah, it’s pretty easy seeing why most of them died where they did.
Here’s a trailer for the “cinematic” story mode that’s being added to Street Fighter V tomorrow via a free update. More details on the update, including pricing if you want to play the game’s new characters right away ($6) is over at Capcom’s blog.
Kotaku reader Bartosz Hołoszkiewicz—aka Renton Holmes—is also a professional photographer, and he recently took a series of terrific shots of some Street Fighter V players at a tournament.
Street Fighter V’s long-awaited story mode arrives this Friday on PlayStation 4 and PC. In case you need more incentive stay offline to play an extended single-player mode, Capcom’s releasing Balrog as well.
In one corner, playing Birdie, we have the WWE’s ultimate gamer, Xavier Woods. His opponent, controlling Alex, is New Japan Pro Wrestling superstar, Kenny Omega. The pair faced off yesterday at CEO 2016 to determine, once and for all, who would win this particular exhibition match.
Sounds like Daigo Umehara thinks Street Fighter V needs an arcade release in Japan. Event Hubs reported he wondered if the game will still be played next year. Umehara added that the lack of an arcade release was a problem for Japanese gamers.
PC gaming continues to bring us ridiculous crossovers, this time mixing a little Street Fighter V with Overwatch.