Japanese convenience store chain Daily Yamazaki is showing its Street Fighter love with a month-long campaign! Customers can pick up limited-edition goodies, vote for their favorite character, and read a special Famitsu pubilcation for the franchise's 30th anniversary. Hit the jump to see some of what's available!
The hits kept on coming at this weekend's EVO fighting game as Capcom previewed their latest Street Fighter V DLC. Final Fight muscle-man Abigail will be joining the roster on July 25th, bringing the "Metro City Bay Area" stage along for the ride. Get a look after the jump.
As with other fields of competition, eSports champions now have media telling their stories. Street Fighter legend Daigo Umehara has his being told in a manga, written with Itaru Orisaka and Maki Tomoi and illustrated by Kengoro Nishide. North American publisher Udon Entertainment has now announced plans to bring this book to English readers. More after the jump.
Street Fighter, hip-hop, and the RVA music scene collide with Street Fighter: The RVA Warrior! 20 local hip-hop artists have come together to remix your favorite game music, all for a great cause. Hit the jump to learn more, get your copy, and be a part of the virtual release party!
Rebecca Sugar's Cartoon Network series Steven Universe is noted for its anime homages, from Evangelion to Utena, Sailor Moon to Gurren Lagann. These recently worked their way into BOOM! Studios' ongoing comic spin-off, written by Melanie Gillman and illustrated by Katy Farina, with the inclusion of recent favorites from Yuri!!! on Ice.
Capcom is getting ready to roll out the third Season 2 Street Fighter V character, and this time it's the young Shadaloo commander Ed. A younger version of the character appeared in Rose's Street Fighter IV story and Balrog's Super Street Fighter IV story, but experiments have caused him to age must faster than normal. See him in action after the jump.
Competitive Street Fighter action is about to take a leap back in time with the upcoming arrival of Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers. The Nintendo Switch version features a bunch of updates, including a first-person Hadouken blasting mode, and you can see an overview in the second official trailer after the jump.
Those looking forward to some old school fighting on Switch now have a date to jot down. Capcom revealed that Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers will hit Switch in the west on May 26, which is the same day as the Japanese launch. Read on for more.
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.