Capcom revealed the fifth new fighter for Ultra Street Fighter IV this past week and boy were you all pretty damn pissed off. Decapre is one M. Bison's dolls, and it looks like she's more than just a Cammy clone.
To prove th... more
Tsume-Art has opened up pre-orders for their Ultra Street Fighter IV HQF Chun-Li and Vega figures. Both are 1/8-scale, and are made from PVC. Chun-Li is ready to kick someone square in the face, while Vega is about to pounce ... more
Ultra Street Fighter IV is coming early next year, and we have a ton of new screenshots to show you, as well as an updated trailer. The video shows off a ton of new features, like online training, which allows you to pr... more
We got the news yesterday that new Street Fighter IV content was on the way, but now we have a name, a trailer, and some additional information to go along with it. The update is officially called Ultra Street Fighter I... more
As it does every year, comic and videogame art book publisher UDON Entertainment will be attending San Diego Comic-Con with a bunch of event-exclusive goodies in tow. Technically, all these books will be available elsewhere i... more
Street Fighter X Tekken? Old hat. Street Fighter X Mega Man? Yesterday's news. Hell, even Street Fighter X Hello Kitty has been done! Where do we go from here?
Artist Abraham Lopez dove into the Disney Vault for inspiration, ... more
Hyrule Historia is pretty awesome. The History of Sonic The Hedgehog is not bad either. But for me, the best game series bible is Mega Man Official Complete Works. Released to celebrate the franchise's 20th anniversary, it co... more
Pop Culture Shock has been on a roll lately, and they're continuing their trend of amazing toys with their new Street Fighter IV statue based on Akuma and Gouken locked in battle. It comes in at 16.5 inches tall, and there's ... more
Did you guys get a chance to check out "The Game Over Tinies" in brentalfloss the comic? Once again, co-writers brentalfloss and Dan Roth and artist Andrew Dobson created an abecedarian comic of videogame character deaths -- ... more
Superfans of brentalfloss might be aware that he has his own self-titled webcomic. He doesn't draw it -- doodles are provided by one Andrew Dobson -- but he co-writes along with series creator Dan Roth. And whenever there's a... more
Yup, Street Fighter X Mega Man is happening.
I played it this past weekend and got to take on all eight of the World Warrior Masters (that's what I'm calling them.) Expect to take on Urien, Rolento, Dhalsim, Blanka, Ryu, C. ... more
Yes, I know what you're thinking. What weird dimension have we suddenly fallen into? But it's true! There's going to be a new Mega Man 8-bit style game and it's going to see the Blue Bomber fighting the Street Fighter world ... more
Earlier this year, we told you that USAopoly, the company that takes Parker Brothers games like Risk and Jenga and incorporates popular licenses like Spider-Man and The Simpson, was working on Monopoly: Street Fighter Collect... more
Ha! You see what I did there? No? Well... uh... YOUR FACE!
Figurine maker Pop Culture Shock has immortalized the king of Muay Thai with a 21"-tall statue that makes everything else on your shelf look like garage sale tchotchk... more
And it won't just be held on a Tuesday!
From August 3 through 19, the iam8bit gallery in Los Angeles will play host to Combo Attack, a celebration of 25 years of the world's premier fighting game franchise. Over 50 artists wi... more
LEGO sets are cool and all, but I've always been more fascinated by the minifigs that come with the sets. With a bit of creativity, you can customize your own plastic avatar. With even more creativity, you can recreate some o... more
Damn. That's one mean stink eye.
Hot on the heels of Marvel vs. Capcom: Official Complete Works is Street Fighter X Tekken: Artworks. Released in Japan this past April, the 192-page book is being published by UDON for America... more
Remember when artist Jed Henry had the incredible idea to make prints of beloved videogame heroes in the style of Japanese ukiyo-e? The man hasn't missed a beat, continuing with pieces based on Mario Kart, Castlevania, and mo... more
For Street Fighter's 25th anniversary, Capcom is going to put out a sizable collector's set that includes multiple games, movies, music, and more. The package, which will be available for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 for $149.9... more
We've all had a hearty laugh at Street Fighter X Tekken's take on the Blue Bomber -- part homage and part caricature. For better or worse, people will be talking about fat, middle-aged Mega Man for years to come. Still, how e... more
Victor Hugo Queiroz is a Brazilian CG artist who takes a very cartoony approach to his work, resulting in an almost action figure-like quality. He's done a number of pieces based on Street Fighter, such as the Blanka-Dhalsim ... more
Disney's Wreck-It Ralph, on track for a November release, has already caught my eye thanks to its premise. A lot of films have poorly dealt with videogames as the main subject matter, but if any studio can pull it off, it is ... more
This year marks the Street Fighter franchise's 25th anniversary. Capcom has several plans for this grand celebration, not the least which is the upcoming Street Fighter X Tekken. Another plan is a team-up with toy maker Multi... more
Previously hinted at company mascots Pac-Man and Mega Man have been confirmed as PS3/PSV exclusive characters for Street Fighter X Tekken, joining Cole from inFamous, and Sony Japan mascots Toro and Kuro. Unless the 360 vers... more
I love this collection of Japanese pop culture icons as Street Fighter IV characters. Artist Kei Suwabe did a killer job in nailing Capcom's style for these portraits, and you can see them all in one collection over at The Er... more
Brian Szabelski of sister site Tomopop brought to our attention these Street Fighter figures from Square Enix's Play Arts Kai toy line. He seems really excited to get his hands on these little guys, and I'm wondering if certa... more
Here are the latest screens of Street Fighter IV, the long awaited sequel to the sequel of possibly the most influential videogame of the 1990s. These screens come courtesy of the French, and unlike the screens previously pos... more