R. Mika really knows how to get people pumped, let me tell you. »
Capcom’s just announced that Street Fighter V, coming only to PS4 and PC, will arrive on February 16. They also announced six new characters will be released for the game in its first year, all unlockable via in-game currency. »
Cristo Redentor, the giant statue of Jesus that towers above the city of Rio de Janeiro, is one of the world’s great landmarks. It won’t be appearing in Street Fighter V, though, after Capcom decided to swap it out and replace it with...a monstrous replica of what sure looks like the FIFA World Cup trophy. »
When Street Fighter IV was released in 2008, it hit arcades first. Today at the Tokyo Game Show, Capcom told Kotaku that there are currently no plans for an arcade version for Street Fighter V. Even in Japan. »
When Cammy was first shown in Street Fighter V, people online in Japan were not happy with the character’s appearance. Now, they are. »
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”. »
Intended to launch yesterday on the PS4, the highly anticipated beta for Street Fighter V suffered an inauspicious debut last night. Now it looks like it’ll be a while before the beta gets fully up and running again. Or ever get up and running, really. »