Udon Entertainment had a slate of licenses to announce at this weekend's San Diego Comic-Con that included their first prose novel, Street Fighter. The book is written by Takashi Yano (Naruto: Itachi's Story, Naruto: Shikamaru's Story), with art by One-Punch Man's Yuusuke Murate. Their latest manga license is Dragon's Crown, yuztan's adaptation of the Vanillaware/Atlus game. More after the jump.
We already knew Juri was coming sometime this month, but Capcom took the opportunity to confirm her arrival at its San Diego Comic-Con panel. Juri will officially be available to download on July 26, and her story and battle costumes will be available at the same time. Hit the jump for more.
Street Fighter V's long-awaited cinematic story mode, "A Shadow Falls," finally arrives tomorrow along with the addition of Ibuki and Balrog to the roster. While the post-launch characters and new stages can be purchased using Fight Money or actual money, the story mode will be available to all for free. Hit the jump for more.
While the update was originally planned for June, Street Fighter V is running a little bit late on this one. That's okay, because in addition to the cinematic story mode and Ibuki, Balrog will be joining the roster on July 1. You can see him in action in the reveal trailer below, which includes a peek at upcoming post-launch fighters Juri and Urien.
Everyone loves competive shooter Overwatch's Dorito Demon D.Va (CV Risa Taneda - Gate's Rory Mercury). Among the folks flooding social media with tributes are some Japanese pop media noteables, and not just kuso (crap) manga boy Bukubu Ookawa. This week, So-Bin, light novel artist and original character designer for Overlord, and Akira "Akiman" Yasuda, designer for Street Fighter, Turn A Gundam and Bodacious Space Pirates.
Street Fighter III's slick ninja Ibuki is the next fighter that will joining the Street Fighter V roster, so Capcom shared a trailer at this past weekend's Combo Breaker event. See how her moves translate to SFV in the reveal trailer after the jump.
The official Street Fighter YouTube channel continued its series of Street Fighter V character guide videos with the fighter's latest addition, Guile. Learn everything from the basics to advanced combos and overall pros and cons in the video after the jump.
Milo Manara is a comic legend, best known for his erotic works. He got a bit involved with Marvel including a series of covers. Part of the project, a cover featuring Spider-Woman, proved quite controversial. Frank Cho, a comic artist known for his busty woman, isn't a stranger to heated discussion either. Nor is Street Fighter. Well, the three have now met.
Capcom recently announced plans to bring Guile back into the Street Fighter fold in the next Street Fighter V update. Everyone's favorite flash-kickin' flattop-comber was slated for this month, and now Capcom has a concrete launch date. Read on for more.
Capcom posted a bunch of details regarding the next update for Street Fighter V, leading with the addition of Guile and his classic stage. The SF mainstay will join the roster later this month for free until the Zenny shop launches, and Season Pass holders will get his battle costume. Hit the jump for more.
Embrace Japan Co., Ltd. is publishing a set of trading figures that celebrate the agony of defeat with the "Losing Face Collection vol. 01 Street Fighter II". Hit the jump to "Continue?".
Pop Culture Shock Toys has the ultimate statue for fans of Ryu's mature, bearded alt costume in Street Fighter V. He's called "Battle Ryu," but we all know what name this dreamboat really goes by. Their take on Hot Ryu resulted in a statue that stands 2.41 feet tall and will run you a not-so-modest $900. Hit the jump for more.