Capcom has even more costume options in the works for Ultra Street Fighter IV, ensuring that players will never have to face an opponent that looks the same as their own character. This batch taps into the roster's furry side, with the Wild costumes decking out Ryu, Hakan, Cammy, Dudley, and Gen like animals. See some pics after the jump.
Over the summer, Kotobukiya's catalog of upcoming bishoujo Street Fighter figures teased a silhouette of Final Fight/Street Fighter bad girl Poison with a 2016 listing. While that release might be a while off, they now have the model illustration from the line's designer Shunya Yamashita ready to preview. Get a look after the jump.
After previously previewing Shunya Yamashita's design, Kotobukiya is now offering a look at the bishoujo figure of Street Fighter bad girl Juri, due to be released in April 2015. Get a look after the jump.
Hardcore Chocolate, makers of t-shirts inspired by punk, movies and pro-wrestling, are bringing their style to gaming with a line of shirts that include Street Fighter "Days of Future Past" designs. Debuting this month, Street Fighter II and IV versions of Ryu, Cammy and Akuma are juxtaposed on shirts going for 3,800yen. Get a look after the jump.
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.
Following previews at San Diego Comic-Con and Wonder Festival, illustrator Shunya Yamashita has posted his designs for upcoming Marvel, DC, Tekken and Street Fighter bishoujo figures, set to be released by Kotobukiya in 2015. Get a look after the jump.
Manga, comics and art book publisher UDON had plenty to announce at San Diego Comic Con including the Kill La Kill manga and impressive selection of new art book licenses. Get the complete details after the jump.
Did you quickly burn through the entire Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist live-action series? If not, it's available to watch in its entirety here, and series creator Joey Ansah announced more in the works during the Street Fighter panel at San Diego Comic-Con. More after the jump.
Art book and comic publisher UDON will be announcing a dozen new projects across 10 different properties at this weekend's San Diego Comic-Con. They'll also be selling exclusive their Street Fighter comics featuring head-to-head match-ups of the World Warriors and special beach party art. Get a preview 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.
Congratulations Ryu! According to the character fact sheets from 1991's Street Fighter II, the karate master's date of birth was July 21, 1964, meaning that The World Warrior can now join the AARP. However, unfortunately, Americans still can't pronounce his name. Join the celebration 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.