Too long have the World Warriors of Street Fighter II mercilessly beat up on helpless cars. It's time for a little revenge, but only against the biggest baddy of them all, M. Bison. Toyota's latest C-HR "Crossover the World" ad does just that with some help from Ryu behind the wheel, and you might be surprised at just how much ass this vehicle can apparently kick.
News recently leaked about a first-person mode coming to the Nintendo Switch version of Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers. Now the latest issue of Japanese gaming mag Famitsu is here with more details for what's being called "Fire! Ha-DO-ken" mode, which puts players in the role of Ryu as he blasts away Shadaloo soldiers. Read on for more.
Capcom is about to bring a background character to the forefront with the addition of Kolin, who first made her appearance alongside Gill in Street Fighter III. She's next up for season 2 of Street Fighter V, and she'll officially be available to download on February 28. Read on for more.
If you watched Capcom's Nintendo Switch/Ultra Street Fighter 2 promo, not only did you catch a whole lot of 30th anniversary nostalgia and Final Challengers Evil Ryu and Violent Ken, you also heard the voice of May'n. Known to anime fans for her work on Macross F, Accel World and, recently, Izetta, she has now covered "Itoshisa to Setsunasa to Kokoro Tsuyosa to," the insert song from 1994's Street Fighter II MOVIE.
100 push-ups, 100 sit-ups, 100 squats, and a lot of art for the fans! Yusuke Murata, artist of the Jump version of the One-Punch Man manga, has spent the last couple of months going through a heroic regiment of sharing WIP pieces, design guides, sketch boards, bonus pieces, unfinished sketches and more on social media. Get a look after the jump.
Capcom previously teased Akuma for Street Fighter V, and now we have a date and extra details for the latest addition to the roster. Akuma will be available on December 20 alongside SFV's Holiday Content, B-Boy Ryu, and B-Girl Chun-Li. At the same time you'll also be able to grab Akuma's Story, Premium Battle, and Nostalgia costumes, which means you won't always have to look at his new lion's mane style. Read on for details.
S.H. Figuarts is letting you bring Street Fighter battles to life with new fully-posable Chun Li and Ryu figures. They even have extra pieces that let you replicate some of their special moves, so your toy shelf or work desk can be a full-fledged battleground. Hit the jump for your first look at the upcoming figures!
Finally, a holiday fight worth looking forward to. Capcom has announced their special holiday DLC for Street Fighter V, featuring six new costumes and a new holiday-themed stage. PSX attendees will get a chance to experience the new content for themselves this weekend, but you can hit the jump to see it for yourself now!
Urien was the final "Season 1" addition to Street Fighter V's roster, and it looks like Capcom is gearing up for the next batch. A new teaser video is making the rounds, not-so-subtly hinting at the fact that Akuma is done beating people up in Tekken 7 and is ready to return home.
This week, figure makers/sellers Kotobukiya launched pre-orders for their latest Bishoujo figure designed by Shunya Yamashita. Up next from Street Fighter is "Rainbow" Mika Nanakawa. Look for the pro-wrestler in March/April 2017. Also, at this weekend's New York Comic Con, they offered a first look at the sculpt of the bishoujo figure of Child's Play puppet slasher Chucky. Get a look after the jump.
After debuting the trailer earlier this month, Capcom returned with more details on Urien and Street Fighter V's September update. The final "Season 1" DLC character will be available to purchase with Fight Money or real cashola on September 22, and the update that launches along with him includes bug fixes and a bunch of new features.
Straight from the roster of Street Fighter III, Urien is coming to Street Fighter V this month as the final "Season 1" DLC character. More details on the update's timing will be revealed during this month's Tokyo Game Show, but for now you can see Urien in action in his debut trailer.