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PS4 Street Fighter IV

Ultra Street Fighter IV strikes PS4 next spring


Spinning bird kick!
Dec 06
// Kyle MacGregor
Ultra Street Fighter IV is coming to PlayStation 4, Sony announced today at its PlayStation Experience keynote in Las Vegas, Nevada. Capcom's fighting game will debut exclusively on PS4 sometime next spring. Xbox One might be getting it at a later date. Or never. Who knows? In other, more exciting news, Street Fighter V is coming to PS4 and PC. Get hype!
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Ryu, Chun Li, and kicking confirmed
There is a big PlayStation event happening this weekend, and as is customary for big events in this industry, we have been granted a nice pre-event leak to chew on. Unlike the big Smash Bros. leak from earlier this year, thi...

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Street Fighter

Why is Ryu a wolf in the upcoming Ultra Street Fighter IV DLC?


It's not for the reason you might think
Nov 25
// Jonathan Holmes
The Misfits have a song called Demonmania (pronounced Deh-EE-Mono-Mee-Ah). In the song, Glenn Danzig clearly sings the words "Look upon me, I am a bee... My mother was a wolf... My father was a wolf." That's what it sounds li...
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Why Penis Why

Save Ryu from looking generic in Street Fighter IV: A fanboy's top 10 wishes


Why Penis Why
Nov 05
// Papa Niero
Editor's note: In an internal staff email us old-timers were just laughing about the absurdity of this super fanboy article I wrote back in 2007 voicing my disgust with the redesigned Street Fighter. I've since grown accustom...
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USFIV

Ultra Street Fighter IV is getting an Omega Mode with modified movesets


Sounds pretty sweet
Sep 22
// Chris Carter
Ultra Street Fighter IV is still getting updated, and the newest mode to hit the game will be the Omega Mode. Capcom notes that this severely mixes up character's normal and special moves. Characters will play differentl...

Not-review: Brady Games Ultimate Street Fighter 4 Official Bible

Sep 06 // Jonathan Holmes
Unlike most regular Bibles, the USF4 Bible starts with a 37 page, small print glossary that explains just about every word in the specialized language of Street Fighter 4 players, from slang terms like "Shenanigans" to official jargon like "Soft Knockdown". Derogatory slurs like "Scrub" are oddly absent. My guess is the writers of the guide are more than familiar with the uglier side of the FGC-bonics, but chose to omit those words as they are generally used to be a jerk and not to better understand the game. While I would have loved to read an official definition of a scrub (mostly to see if I really do fit the bill), it's still good form for them to err on the side of positivity.  The glossary also contains stats on every characters' Walk, Sash, Backdash, Jump, Vitality Bar, and Stun threshold. This sort of attention to detail carries over into the character specific info. Damage, frame data, hitbox location, and just about every other detail you can ask for on every move of every character is fully displayed through text and visual diagrams.  On top of that, Throws, Focus Attacks, Basic Combos, Special Attacks, EX's, Supers, and Ultras get extra detailed. strategy focused explanations. You'll be 8 pages in on most characters before you've fully reviewed the basics.  From there the Bible gets into how one should think when approaching each character; which Ultra to choose, general pros and cons of each fighter, best/worst match-ups, the long range, mid-range, short range and wake up strategies. It's all very dense stuff. If you're new to the game and it's terminology, you'll be referencing the glossary on a regular basis. It also makes for fascinating reading, for both the competitive player and for those who are just suckers for pondering game design. Each character section finishes off with a detailed list of big damage combos that would do Skillz MacGregor proud. Best uses and specifics on the timing/structure of each combo is not surprisingly explained in great detail. If you were disappointed that the new characters in Ultra aren't accessible in USF4's challenge mode, fire up training mode and try taking these combos on instead. They'll be more than enough to keep you busy. So what's missing from the book? Not a lot, but I was surprised to see no tier rankings anywhere in the tome's 6-8 pages. I understand why. This book is just about the facts, and tiers aren't facts. They are subject to change as players-to-game dynamics evolve over time and new things are discovered about match-ups and techniques. Still, a loose "Our theory on who's best in Ultra Street Fighter IV" chart would have been appreciated. Also, second opinions on all of the overview of each character would have been nice. There are a lot of different ways to approach each member of USF4's roster. While you're not likely to ever find someone who thinks Zangief is best played at long range, it still would have been nice to get an alternate perspective.  The only other complaint I have is that there's no mention of which version of each character is "better". Most veterans agree that its easier to win with Vanilla Sagat than SSF4 Sagat, but that sort of opinion is largely missing here. That said, there is an extremely detailed description for the characters made for each character from game to game, so it's not too hard to figure out for yourself which iteration of what character is most effective. It's also worth noting that the USF4 Bible is NOT an art book. Not even close. Most strategy guides of old used to dedicate at least a few pages to promotional or production art, but there's not room in the USF4 Bible for that kind of thing., even at 608 pages. Each character profile page contains said character's primary art, and each page that follows shows off their character select art on the side. If an art book is what you're looking for, you'll have to head over to Udon (which is probably a good idea anyway).  Just as real life religious texts are meant to work in tandem with the experience of living day to day life, Ultra Street Fighter IV and its Bible were meant to compliment each other in ways that form a whole that is larger than the sum of its parts. Though you could technically spend just as much time digging into this book as you could the game (took me quite a few hours to fully ingest and process it's full contents), that wouldn't wouldn't do either justice. Either way, it's the most detailed and deep strategy guide for a fighting game I've read yet. Lets hope Smash Bros. gets the same treatment. 
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608 pages of non-stop Fighting Game Science
Fighting games are about more than competition. At their best, they are about taking the most simple of design concepts (be better at hitting someone than they are at hitting you) and using game theory magic to somehow evoke ...

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Street Fighter V?

Capcom teams with Dimps on new fighter, probably Street Fighter V


Saturday night's alright for fighting
Sep 02
// Steven Hansen
Capcom studio producer Yoshinori Ono took to Twitter, as he is wont to do, informing us that Capcom is working with Dimps on a new fighting game.  "We are recruiting colleagues to work together with us at Dimps studio fo...
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Capcom sale

3DS, Wii U Capcom games on sale


I don't want any of them, do you?
Aug 29
// Steven Hansen
A bunch of Capcom eShop 3DS and Wii U games are on sale until the morning of September 4.  Writing about Capcom just makes me want to replay every Clover game and Resident Evil 4. At least Mega Fans are getting good Mega Man alternates.
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Street Fighter

Classic Street Fighter games are heading to Japanese arcades again


Running with NESiCAxLive
Aug 25
// Chris Carter
According to Siliconera, Capcom is launching a new initiative in the near future to bring back some of their classic fighting games to arcades. The list includes Hyper Street Fighter II, Darkstalkers 3, Street Fighter III: Th...
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Things fish do

Watching fish play Street Fighter II live is actually entertaining


What a world we live in
Aug 20
// Jordan Devore
First there was a fish playing Pokémon over a Twitch stream like it was a human or something, and now we've got two fish fighting each other in Super Street Fighter II Turbo. If you're new to this phenomenon, the tank...
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Ultra Street Fighter IV

Ultra Street Fighter IV available at retail this week


On 360 and PS3
Aug 07
// Chris Carter
When Ultra Street Fighter IV was released back in June, it was only available as a digital title on the Xbox 360 and PS3 -- but now you can grab it at retail for the latter two consoles. The retail price is the same as t...
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Ultra Street Fighter IV

Pay too much for too many new Ultra Street Fighter IV costumes this summer


Less 'summer vacation,' more ridiculous
Jul 28
// Brittany Vincent
Capcom revealed a massive new set of upcoming outfits that will soon be available for the 44 fighters of Ultra Street Fighter IV over the weekend at San Diego Comic-Con. The Summer Vacation costumes will be rolling out in sep...
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Tekken X Street Fighter

Namco: Tekken X Street Fighter isn't canceled, so please relax


It just doesn't sound like it's happening any time soon either
Jul 27
// Kyle MacGregor
Tekken X Street Fighter is still a thing that's happening, according to statements issued by Bandai Namco producer Katsuhiro Harada at this weekend's San Diego Comic-Con. The crossover fighting game is "still in developm...
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Street Fighter

Jeez, there sure are a lot of costumes in Ultra Street Fighter IV


'This is our war, Street Fighter IV'
Jul 16
// Jordan Devore
Here's a trailer running down some (but not all!) of the many Street Fighter IV costumes to date, which will be included in next month's retail release of Ultra Street Fighter IV. Come for the costumes, stay for the cheesy s...

EVO 2014 recap: Here's who won

Jul 14 // Jordan Devore
Ultra Street Fighter IV [embed]278083:54883:0[/embed] Grand Final: Louffy vs. Bonchan 1. MD|Luffy (Rose) 2. Bonchan (Sagat) 3. RZR|Fuudo (Fei Long) 4. RG|Snake Eyez (Zangief) 5. RZR|Gackt (Fei Long) 5. EG|Ricky Ortiz (Rufus, Rolento) 7. EG|Momochi (Ken, Juri) 7. HORI|Sako (Ibuki, Evil Ryu, Elena, Gen) Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 [embed]278083:54885:0[/embed] Grand Final: Justin Wong vs. Chris G 1. EG|Justin Wong (Wolverine, Storm, Akuma) 2. GG|NYChrisG (Morrigan, Dr. Doom, Vergil | Others) 3. RG|Filipino Champ (Magneto, Dormammu, Dr. Doom | Others) 4. CTRL|RayRay (Magneto, Dr. Doom, Sentinel) 5. RG|Flocker (Zero, Vergil, Hawkeye | Others) 5. Jan (Hulk, Shuma-Gorath, Haggar | Others) 7. MRN|Marn (Zero, Vergil, Strider) 7. BIFU|Insaynne (Nova, Spencer, Dr. Doom) Super Smash Bros. Melee [embed]278083:54884:0[/embed] Grand Final: Mango vs. Hungrybox 1. C9|Mango (Falco, Fox) 2. Crs|Hungrybox (Jigglypuff, Fox, Falco) 3. EMP|Armada (Peach, Young Link) 4. EG|PPMD (Falco, Marth) 5. EMP|Mew2King (Marth, Sheik) 5. MOR|Axe (Pikachu) 7. Fly Amanita (Ice Climbers) 7. GC|Silent Wolf (Fox) Killer Instinct [embed]278083:54886:0[/embed] Grand Final: CDJR vs. Rico Suave 1. RM|CD Jr. (Sadira) 2. RG|Rico Suave (Thunder, Glacius, Jago, Sabrewulf, Fulgore) 3. EG|Justin Wong (Sabrewulf) 4. Gutter Magic (Thunder) 5. TSwagg (Sadira) 5. IC|MyGod88 (Sabrewulf) 7. Pretty E (Orchid) 7. Mr. Grimmmz (Jago) BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma [embed]278083:54892:0[/embed] Grand Final: Garireo vs. Dogura 1. Garireo (Litchi) 2. Dogura (Azrael) 3. BE|DoraBang (Bang) 4. Yoshiki (v-13-) 5. Tiku (Tager) 5. N-O (Rachel) 7. Tochigin (Azrael) 7. SG (Litchi) The King of Fighters XIII [embed]278083:54887:0[/embed] Grand Final: Xiao Hai vs. Tokido 1. Qanba|Xiao Hai (EX Iori, Mr. Karate, Kim) 2. MCZ|Tokido (EX Iori, Chin, Mr. Karate) 3. LDA|ET (Clark, Mr. Karate, EX Iori | Others) 4. CafeID|MadKOF (Duo Lon, Daimon, Kim) 5. Woo (King, Takuma, Kim) 5. TC|Yoshi (EX Kyo, Benimaru, Shen | Others) 7. VGM|Misterio (Yuri, Saiki, King) 7. TC|Chris KOF (Duo Lon, Iori, Shen) Injustice: Gods Among Us [embed]278083:54888:0[/embed] Grand Final: Pig of the Hut vs. Sonic Fox 1. RG|Sonic Fox (Batgirl) 2. AK|Pig of the Hut (Zod) 3. IC|Mit88 (Deathstroke, Batgirl, Aquaman) 4. GGA|PimPimJim (Hawkgirl, Raven, Shazam) 5. EMPR|Noobe (Doomsday) 5. IC|DJT88 (Green Lantern, The Flash, Aquaman, Doomsday) 7. GGA|16-bit (Catwoman) 7. FRQ|Emperor Theo (Aquaman) Tekken Tag Tournament 2 [embed]278083:54889:0[/embed] Grand Final: JDCR vs. Gen 1. Twitch|JDCR (Heihachi, Armor King) 2. Twitch|Gen Kids (Bob, Leo) 3. BE|Ao (Alisa, Miguel) 4. Jimmy J Tran (Bryan, Dragunov) 5. ATL|HOA (JACK-6, P-JACK) 5. Inkognito (Bryan, Bob) 7. JustFrameJames (Marshall Law, Yoshimitsu) 7. BMNS-13 (Hwoarang, Baek) Mortal Kombat 9 [embed]278083:54890:0[/embed] Grand Final: Sonic Fox vs. DAB 1. RG|Sonic Fox (Sonya Blade) 2. IC|DAB88 (Liu Kang, Jax, Johnny Cage) 3. IC|DJT88 (Cyrax) 4. FNATIC|Perfect Legend (Kung Lao, Raiden) 5. GGA|16-bit (Kitana) 5. KIT|Forever King (Kung Lao, Kabal, Freddy Kreuger) 7. RM|CD Jr. (Jax, Kung Lao) 7. IC|WoundCowboy88 (Shang Tsung) Persona 4: Arena [embed]278083:54891:0[/embed] Grand Final: Lord Knight vs. Ho-chan 1. TS|Lord Knight (Mitsuru) 2. Ho-chan (Yukiko) 3. BrkrDv (Teddie) 4. Rath (Mitsuru) 5. Dacidbro (Akihiko) 5. Lode Knight (Chie) 7. BananaKen (Shadow Labrys) 7. Pain (Aigis) X-Mania's three-on-three Super Street Fighter II Turbo tournament [embed]278083:54897:0[/embed] 1. Team M3 - TMF (Zangief) - Mattsun (Ken) - Mao (Vega) 2. Team Japan2 - Noguchi (Vega) - Kurahashi (Ryu) - Hanashi (Fei Long) 3. Team Special Forces - Ganelon (Vega) - AfroLegends (Balrog) - Damdai (O. Ryu) EVO 2014 results [Event Hubs]  Other highlights (post yours in the comments!) Pikachu destruction (skip to 6:21) [embed]278083:54894:0[/embed] Filipino Champ's comeback against ApologyMan (skip to 12:20). [embed]278083:54893:0[/embed] Sako special (skip to 8:00) [embed]278083:54895:0[/embed]
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The grand finals and other notable moments
And just like that, another EVO has come and gone. What a weekend. Despite not playing fighting games much myself, I'll never miss watching the year's big tournament. The audience's energy, the drama that unfolds on stage -- ...

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Just in time for EVO

Finally learn to play fighting games with this free guide


It all starts with Street Fighter
Jul 08
// Steven Hansen
I'm currently trying to get good at Bushido Blade and cursing Square Enix for not making a new one, but I do often talk about wanting to get good at one fighting game -- Persona, these days -- much like I talk about one ...
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EVO schedule

When's Marvel? Just consult the EVO 2014 schedule


I'm out of fighting game memes
Jul 08
// Steven Hansen
EVO 2014 is this weekend. We had a lovely time covering it last year, though it doesn't look like we'll have a get together watch party this time around. That's okay. There are three different streams to watch home and a...
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Street Fighter II

These Street Fighter II iPhone cases look a lot better than that lame OtterBox


Yes, always continue
Jul 07
// Brittany Vincent
The millions of different cases out there in the wild for iPhones were definitely integral in my decision to make that pricey purchase after my Android phone bit the dust, and every time I see new phone cases I covet I feel l...
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Street Fighter IV Arena

Street Fighter IV Arena is a mobile title from Capcom and Nexon


Unfortunately, that's about all we know
Jun 24
// Brittany Vincent
Alright, so it's no Ultra Street Fighter IV, but Capcom is working on an upcoming mobile Street Fighter title in tandem with Nexon. Sounds a bit strange, I suppose, but since it's a mobile game it makes sense. Street Fighter ...

Review: Ultra Street Fighter IV

Jun 22 // Brittany Vincent
Ultra Street Fighter IV (Xbox 360 [reviewed], PC, PlayStation 3)Developer: CapcomPublisher: CapcomReleased: June 3, 2014 MSRP: $39.99 There's a smattering of upgraded mechanics, for instance, such as Ultra Combo Double, Delayed Wakeup, and Red Focus, that act as immediate draws for those firmly in tune with Street Fighter IV's fundamentals. Red Focus acts in a similar manner to that of a standard Focus attack and can be pulled off by pressing the medium kick, medium punch, and light punch buttons simultaneously, where it soaks up the brunt of damage for two EX energy bars. Your fighter will flash red as they charge up a regular Focus attack, and will still be weak to Armor Breaking moves and throws, so think of it as a super-powered Focus that can get you out of a tight spot again and again. It takes some doing to make Red Focus work for you, however, and new players will find themselves struggling to pull it off since there are plenty of reasons it may not absorb the opponent's attack. For this, a sizable amount of knowledge regarding the enemy's move repertoire is almost required in order to be able to make full use of this new augment. It can be very useful to implement if you find yourself matched with an opponent who spams the same move over and over, or staving off an attack for the moment so you can ready an additional combo. Speaking of combos, Ultra Combo Double eliminates the need to choose between two Ultra Combos, allowing players to have their cake and eat it too with both of them enabled in the midst of a brawl. Of course, for the sake of balancing, each solo Ultra has been weakened individually for players who choose to go in with both equipped. This isn't exactly a demerit against Ultra Combo Double, but a warning: you'll want to size up the competition when opting to take two lesser Ultras in rather than the coup de grace that is your normal Ultra Combo. [embed]276969:54554:0[/embed] Lastly, Delayed Wakeup is one of the craftiest moves I've seen in some time. It allows extra time for your character to stay on the ground after knock-downs. Its implications are quite serious for those with established play styles. For example, those who have already hammered out patterns that allow them to get high and low combos to ensure their opponent has no way out will have to rethink their strategies. Seeing as it's nearly unpredictable enough to shake up even the most seasoned fighter, it will require even top-ranking players to rewrite their most seaworthy tactics. Combined with Ultra Combo Double and Red Focus, that's more than enough to make the game worth repurchasing or upgrading -- especially if you ever want to play professionally or already do. This, in tandem with the numerous character tweaks regarding frame rate edits, balancing, and other alterations to the core game make it a force to be reckoned with before factoring in the new characters, stages, and other content. Ultra Street Fighter IV adds five new characters to the mix, bringing the roster up to a whopping 44 brawlers. Poison, Hugo, Rolento, Elena, and Decapre are a varied set, with their own highs and lows that offer a brand new reason for veterans to return. Learning each fighter's play style was certainly one of the most exciting parts of the game for me, especially given the fact that Hugo is the exact opposite of the build of fighter I tend to play with. Hugo is an enormous wrestler, filling a good portion of the screen and lumbering toward characters with all the grace of a drunken hippo. Even though he's painfully slow, however, he packs quite a punch with bone-crunching power stored in his fist. If you're anywhere near him without a quick exit plan, prepare to be crushed. Elena is perhaps one of the most interesting additions, implementing the dance-inspired fighting style of capoeira. If you're an Eddy Gordo fan (or Christie Monteiro) she'll feel quite natural to you, with her kick-centered movesets, awesome high jump, and bursts of pure speed. She very quickly became my go-to fighter, with her easy maneuverability and quick recovery time playing to my own personal strengths. Rolento is great for players who want more of a well-rounded fighter, as he's great with breaking focuses, chaining combos, and gaining ground for grabs and throws. He can be difficult to master, but unlike Hugo or Elena he's not especially plodding or sprightly, striking a nice balance between the two. Poison is a familiar face with a shock of gorgeous pink hair and a mix of mid-range and long-range moves to please different sects of players. Many of her moves rely on the use of her trusty whips, and her three-hit whip move is devastating if used at the right time. Lastly, Decapre is essentially Cammy, reskinned and reoutfitted with moves borrowed from Cammy and Vega. I had been looking forward to Decapre to see if she was indeed a "brand new" addition to the Street Fighter universe. But aside from the hard facts and recycled aesthetic, Decapre has some secrets of her own that will no doubt resonate with players after they've finished grumbling about her looks. She can implement satisfying teleports with slides and dive-kicks, thanks to her telekinetic powers. Launching opponents into the air with Decapre is simple and fulfilling, and while it's easy to stay cynical, she may very well end up one of your best-loved characters. Hugo, Rolento, Poison, and Elena appeared previously in Street Fighter X Tekken, so if you want to be technical, Decapre is the only "new" addition, which is actually a little disappointing, when you think about it. I bring this up due to the fact that the new stages (Mad Gear Hideout, Blast Furnace, Half Pipe, Jurassic Era Research Facility, and Pitstop 109) are also taken from the same game. Fortunately, the additional content meshes well with the new fighters and look absolutely fantastic. I just wish there would have been legitimately "new" maps and characters folded into the mix instead of older assets. What are legitimately new are the new options and additional modes to play around with, like Team Battle for 3v3 elimination matches, and Training Mode with save states, online support, and YouTube replay uploads that you can do straight from inside the game. Edition Select is the most intriguing augment, and it lets you play with every iteration of the Street Fighter IV characters thus far. Choosing a version of a character "pre-nerf" is comforting, and will be inviting for players still cross about changes made to their favorites. It's also exciting for setting precedents and settling arguments about which version of your fighter is the most powerful or the weakest. You'll want to spend a lot of time there, for sure. All in all, Ultra Street Fighter IV looks and feels fantastic, and despite the fact that many of its "new" pieces of content have been seen and used before, it's still very much an exciting riff on an already-solid fighting game. I'd go so far as to say this marks a new jumping-off point for those looking to get into the genre, but haven't touched a Street Fighter in years, let alone the original iteration of Street Fighter IV. If you're ready to take the plunge, do so with confidence. And if you're a returning player, know that you've still got plenty to uncover. Shoryuken!
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Seeing red again
The Street Fighter series is one that will always invariably undergo several revisions, all in the name of uncovering the perfect fighter. Ultra Street Fighter IV, the latest iteration of 2009's massively popular Street Fight...

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Capcom

Street Fighter's Yoshinori Ono leaves Capcom Vancouver


He was working at Capcom Vancouver?
Jun 16
// Jordan Devore
Writing on Twitter, Street Fighter executive producer Yoshinori Ono announced that he has resigned from his director position at Dead Rising studio Capcom Vancouver. Note that he specifically left that position -- from the so...
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Xbox

Charlie Murder and Super Street Fighter: AE are free on Xbox Games with Gold


Go grab them now on 360
Jun 16
// Chris Carter
In addition to Max: The Curse of Brotherhood and Halo: Spartan Assault, Microsoft's Games with Gold is getting two more additions this month on the 360 -- Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition and Charlie Murder. S...
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Street Fighter V

Capcom president talks, confirms Street Fighter V


Helping newer players acclimate seems paramount
Jun 11
// Chris Carter
Fighting game fans have been playing Street Fighter IV for a long time. If we're talking the Japanese arcade version -- since 2008. That's a really, really long time. But according to Capcom president and COO Haruhiro Ts...
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Mad Catz new Ultra Street Fighter IV stick has a PS3/PS4 toggle


PlayStation 4 release coming?
Jun 05
// Hamza CTZ Aziz
Ultra Street Fighter IV is now out, which means a brand new fight stick was also released by Mad Catz. Well in Japan at least. Interestingly, the PlayStation 3 version has a PlayStation 4 toggle, so you can use the stick on S...
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Get a look a what's behind Decapre's mask in these Ultra Street Fighter IV endings


Spoiler alert, kind of, sort of...not really
Jun 04
// Abel Girmay
If you are playing, will be playing, or don't care either way about Ultra Street Fighter IV, the game's story is probably not what comes to mind whenever it's brought up. That said, it hasn't stopped Capcom from creating ani...
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Ultra Street Fighter IV

Ultra Street Fighter IV launch trailer shows off glimpses of the FGC


The digital upgrade version
Jun 03
// Chris Carter
Ultra Street Fighter IV is out this week, and given that there are multiple iterations of the game at this point, you should watch the trailer to see what you're getting. Namely, the new characters, new stages, rebalancing, ...
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Capcom

Super Street Fighter IV AE moving from GFWL to Steamworks soon


DLC from Games for Windows Live won't carry over
May 28
// Jordan Devore
On Friday, Capcom will transition the PC version of Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition from Games for Windows Live to Steamworks, though "your GFWL enabled game will still function as normal for the foreseeable future," n...
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This live-action Street Fighter series is actually pretty great


Way more enjoyable than the Mortal Kombat live-action series
May 23
// Hamza CTZ Aziz
So Machinima's Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist series is surprisingly enjoyable to watch. I was worried this would be another hit-or-miss situation as with the live-action Mortal Kombat stuff, but that's not the case here. I...
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Street Fighter

Tsume sure makes some fine-looking Street Fighter figures


Chun-Li and Vega are absolutely gorgeous
May 22
// Brittany Vincent
You can never have too many Street Fighter figures, especially if they're of Vega. Tsume's "ultra high quality" Street Fighter statues are currently available for preorder on the official website, making their way to your hom...






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