On Saturday, Marcus “The Cool Kid93" Redmond fought his way back through the losers bracket in Red Bull Battle Grounds’ Street Fighter V last chance qualifier for Capcom Cup, eventually securing himself the first-place trophy and a spot in the North American Regional Finals the next day. Redmond held his trophy aloft…
This weekend brought some of the best Street Fighter V players in North America to Boston to compete in one last Pro Tour event before Capcom Cup next month. While there wasn’t a whole lot on the line for many of the attendees, the matches still proved to be fast and furious, with one notable veteran falling victim to…
“Guess what? You’re still a punk!” Marcus “THE COOL KID93" Redmond’s wife heckles Evo 2017 runner-up Victor “Punk” Woodley after a close 3-2 set at Red Bull Battle Grounds in Boston.
Shirtless, bearded Ryu, one of the best Street Fighter skins of all time, is now also one of the best Street Fighter figures of all time.
Over the years, there have been loads of fighting game mods, but I’m not sure I’ve ever seen one like this, which turns Street Fighter V into playable pencil drawings.
This weekend’s Canada Cup is stacked with talent, as players on the bubble fight for the last possible points they can get to make the cut for the upcoming Capcom Cup. Here’s Gustavo Romero, or “801 Strider,” landing the last grab he needed to make this tournament’s top 8 and qualify for the big event in December.
Zeku, the final character to be added to the game’s roster as part of season two was revealed earlier today at the South East Asia Major fighting game event in Singapore.
Competing at the highest level isn’t just about talent, but consistency. Hajime Taniguchi, or “Tokido,” exemplified this virtue by busting out a tape measure to ensure he was sitting the proper distance from the monitor at this morning’s TWFighter Major in Taiwan.
Street Fighter V is scheduled to receive a free Arcade Edition update on January 16, 2018. This add-on will include the classic arcade mode fans have asked for since launch, a second V-Trigger for each cast member, refurbished aesthetics, and more.
Daigo “The Beast” Umehara is a legendary Street Fighter player, but even legends need to eat, which is why the pro dropped everything in the middle of a match to find a can of Red Bull.
It’s not everyday that the way a character saunters is interesting enough for players to take notice. With Street Fighter V character Menat, they’re doing just that.
It’s been almost a year since Daigo “The Beast” Umehara has won a premier level SFV tournament. That changed earlier today when he took first place at the Hong Kong Esports Festival, a victory many in the fighting game world were glad (and possibly relieved) to see the aging star a achieve.
Menat will be the next character to join Street Fighter V’s roster. The Egyptian-themed orb wielder will be available Aug. 29, bringing a little bit of Rose back to Street Fighter.
Capcom abandoned most of the Street Fighter series’ iconic character intros over time, so one fan decided to recreate them using the latest game.
Daigo Umehara is arguably the best fighting game player of all time, so his relatively poor performance with Street Fighter V since the game’s release in February 2016 has surprised the competitive community. After sticking with series protagonist Ryu for for more than a year, Daigo recently made the switch to Guile…
Last week, two prominent creators of Street Fighter nude mods and costume mods said they received takedown notices from Capcom. The two modders in question, who go by Brutal Ace and Khaledantar666, both had Patreon pages that solicited donations from fans.
Today on Highlight Reel we have surprise sticky grenades, twitch-controlled kills, rude replays, and much more!
Guile. Hair. Gel. It makes sense that the Street Fighter character would now be a hair product pitchman in Japan.