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.
It's an extended holiday weekend in the states, so there's no better time to marathon some fine entertainment. It works out nicely that the live-action Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist series recently launched on Machinima's YouTube channel in its entirety. More 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.
Released in arcades on May 12, 1999, Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike was pretty much the culmination of the classic fighter series until Street Fighter IV came along almost a decade later. Beyond that, today's 15th anniversary is a great excuse to take a look at manga author Yoshihara Motoki's amazing Street Fighter art. Get a look after the jump.
Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist now has a solid premiere date. The live-action series will kick off on Machinima's channel on May 23, with the full 12-episode story available to watch when it launches. Get ready with the new trailer after the jump.
Much like Ryu, Ken's road to where he is as we know him now has been long and tough. Also like Ryu, that path is partially shown in the latest teaser trailer for Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist after the jump.
Can't wait to find out how the updated Ultra Street Fighter IV gets the blood pumping in its intro? Since it just launched in Japanese arcades, CapcomChannel has you covered with a look at the opening cinematic, which you'll see is as stylish as ever after the jump.
Thanks to EB Games Canada, we have an early look at some of the alternate costumes coming to Ultra Street Fighter IV's new characters, including the latest addition, Decapre. It's only in art form at the moment, but you can see how Decapre and the rest look in their alt costumes after the jump.