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.
Last month we saw some Resident Evil costumes mixing it up with the characters of Sengoku Basara 4: Sumeragi. Now Famitsu has some info on a different Capcom franchise mingling with its updated action game. The fifth collaborative wave features Street Fighter IV costumes, allowing players to dress characters up like Ken, Rose, Ryu, and Chun-Li. Hit the jump for pics.
The full retail version of Ultra Street Fighter IV is now available on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The retail release is priced at $39.99 (€29.99/£19.99), and you can see the launch trailer after the jump.
Following up on the first and second videos, Capcom has another showcase of the outfits available in Ultra Street Fighter IV. The retail version includes every costume available for each character, and trailer #3 rounds out the wardrobe with even more of the 100+ options after the jump.
Last week Capcom rolled out the first in a series of retail costume trailers showing the abundance of outfits available in the full packaged version of Ultra Street Fighter IV. The release contains every costume for each character, and the second trailer is here to move on through Super Street Fighter IV and Alpha characters after the jump.
The retail version of Ultra Street Fighter IV packs in every costume released for each character thus far. Capcom is keen on showing this mighty feat in action, so we have the first retail costume trailer, which covers all the original World Warriors after the jump.
Just prior to the Ultra Street Fighter IV finals at yesterday's Evo 2014 championships, Capcom Deputy Head of Consumer Games Development Yoshinori Ono offered a quick word about the series' future. Read on for more.
Almost six years and four updates later, Street Fighter IV still leads the pack of modern fighting games. But has Capcom's well run dry? Everything looks so... familiar! Looks can be deceiving, though--check out our full review after the jump, and find out why you shouldn't pass on Ultra Street Fighter IV!
The digital upgrade version of Ultra Street Fighter IV is officially out in the west today on PlayStation 3 and tomorrow on Xbox 360. Those eager to throw down can watch the launch trailer after the jump.
Ultra Street Fighter IV is almost here, and Capcom continues to build up to the release with videos showcasing character balance changes. You can see the latest batch, which covers Dhalsim, Zangief, Dudley, Abel, and Akuma after the jump.
You know the drill by now. Capcom has five more videos showcasing character balance changes in Ultra Street Fighter IV. This set covers Ken, Guy, Chun-Li, Yun, and Hakan, so get up to speed with the updates after the jump.
Capcom uploaded another set of character balance videos for Ultra Street Fighter IV, this time showing changes for Sagat, Juri, Seth, Rose, and Guile. See how things have been changed up for each after the jump.
Following up on the first and second sets, Capcom is back with more character balance clips for Ultra Street Fighter IV. This batch deals with changes made to Adon, Dee Jay, E. Honda, El Fuerte, Gen, and Sakura after the jump.
Last week Capcom confirmed a full list of North American dates for the upcoming console and PC release of Ultra Street Fighter IV. The announcement was paired with an initial set of videos detailing character balance changes, and now the second batch is here after the jump.
Earlier today Capcom came through with a full list of North America release dates for the console and PC versions of Ultra Street Fighter IV. Since there are a handful of different versions, hit the jump for a quick and easy rundown.