Street Fighter is a game of precise input and output—a delicate tightrope walk of fistic physicality. Hacked together Steam controller motion controls? Maybe not the best idea. And yet...
The 2015 Capcom Cup Ultra Street Fighter IV tournament is taking place today at Sony’s PlayStation Experience event, with 32 of the best players in the world battling for their piece of a $250,000 prize pool. Watch it live right here!
It’s an awesome combo video with a twist: Street Fighter veteran Desk used Street Fighter IV’s Mexican luchador El Fuerte and one of the game’s new horror costumes to recreate the goofy fan favorite from the EX series.
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:
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…
Regarding those Ultra Street Fighter IV problems, Capcom tells Kotaku that it is “working to resolve them as quickly as possible.” Read the full statement here.
Bugs, glitches, lag. You name it, and people are reporting that Ultra Street Fighter IV’s PS4 port has it.
Sako is one of the best Street Fighter players in Japan—and the world. This video tracks his eye movement, offering a fascinating insight into how he plays.
Over the weekend, the NorCal Regionals of Capcom’s Street Fighter 4 Pro Tour ran into a problem: the tournament was accidentally using the wrong version of the game.
It's been over 11 years since we last saw Hudson Soft's bestial battler series in action, and chances of a Bloody Roar revival are incredibly slim. Thank goodness Capcom is here to provide us our anthropomorphic fighter fix with a whopping nine packs of "Wild Costumes" for Ultra Street Fighter IV.
Technically they're battling for a portion of the $50,000 pot up for grabs in the grand finals of the Capcom Pro Tour circuit, but I'm sure the cup is lovely. Let's see which of the 16 competitors takes it home.
We've rounded up some of the best highlights from the past few days in the gaming world and put them all in one place for you. Today, a competitive Counter-Strike match turns into a knife fight, and more!
Today's gaming highlights: Some of the best moments from the biggest fighting game tournament of the year, plus incredible world records in both Spelunky and World of Warcraft!
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.
The fifth and final new fighter to be added to the upcoming Ultra Street Fighter IV will be Decapre. She's new, while also being not new. It's weird.
Ultra Street Fighter IV has a "Select" mode, which lets you choose from any character across any version of the SFIV games. Balance be damned!
There's nothing more romantic than curling up with someone you love and watching Poison kicking ass in Ultra Street Fighter IV. And here I didn't get Capcom Japan anything. for Valentine's Day. I feel like such a heel. I should probably be punished.
Ultra Street Fighter IV is coming to consoles in June, PC three months later. A post on Capcom's Unity blog (via Event Hubs) reveals the ultimate version of SFIV will appear as a $15 update for the Xbox 360 and PS3 first, to ensure players have time with the game prior to EVO 2014 in July. The PC version will arrive…