In an effort to get everyone ready for Street Fighter V, the Capcom Fighters channel posted the first in a series of character introduction videos. Meet one of the fighter's staple challengers in the introduction to Ken Masters after the jump.
Fighting game fans, get ready, because Street Fighter V is right around the corner. The PlayStation 4 and PC-exclusive fighter launches on February 16, and Capcom has a new trailer showcasing the various game modes. See introductions to Tutorial Mode, Character Story Mode, Survival Mode, Training Mode, and Network Battle after the jump.
Winter has been hitting various regions of the northern hemisphere pretty hard this year. Well, a certain group of World Warriors is ready to hit back in a series of sketches by Motoki Yoshihara, an illustrator who has worked on Sengoku Basara 4 manga, as well as the remake of Fist of the North Star co-creator Tetsuo Hara's Cyber Blue, plus various Street Fighter event and tribute illustrations.
In the past we've had to make do with pre-match taunts, vague endings, and outside material for the meat of Street Fighter's story. That's changing with Street Fighter V, because Capcom announced the first ever cinematic story experience for the series. Hit the jump for a trailer and more.
Capcom has previewed a set of four special, limited edition Street Fighter V consoles including models with logo and Ryu, Chun-Li & Laura and Necalli & Ryu HDD art, all notably including sleeve and theme by One-Punch Man illustrator Yusuke Murata. More after the jump.
Comiket's rules for cosplayers aren't like the ones you might be familiar with from western anime conventions. Their guidelines are not only for the observers but also for the cosplayers. That's good, because it kept the public safe from the guns on display from the likes of cosplayer, body builder and rugby player Kuro Mario as the heroine of Himouto! Umaru-chan (or maybe her main in Space Stream Fighter IV) and bodybuilder Taichi Shimizu as Street Fighter's Zangief.
Union Creative is going for a strikingly dynamic pose for their 10th Hdge technical statue. Due in April, Ultra Street Fighter IV's Decapre leaps into action. Line sculptor Keita Kawai designs the world warrior who measures 25cm with stand. She sells for 15,660yen, with shops also offering black and red variants. Get a look after the jump.
Now that all 16 launch characters have been revealed for Street Fighter V, Capcom posted an extensive trailer highlighting them all, from mainstays like Ryu to recently-announced newcomers like F.A.N.G., after the jump.
Japanese entertainment website Umabi has published a new rhythm game for smart phones and web browsers that pits sumo wrestlers against Street Fighter characters in no-holds-barred horse racing competitions. Yes, it's as strange as it sounds. Hit the jump to check it out.