When Street Fighter V is working properly it's pretty great, and some of the upcoming characters look like solid additions to Capcom's still-developing fighter. Alex is up first along with an update that's due out later this month, so Capcom Unity blew the lid off with some new screens and information. More after the jump.
If you need a little something to liven up the drinks in your life, Japanese company DyDo is offering some incentives to purchase their product starting March 1. Hit the jump to see what they might be!
Cosplay models, idols and notables like Yuka Kuramochi, Kayo Satoh, Mai Hino, and Taichi Shimizu (one of these is not like the others) gathered last week to celebrate Street Fighter V with Miss Chun-Li Narikiri Finale, MCed by Tyuei and Takiue Shinichiro, aka Shooting Star. maidigitv has posted footage of the competition, including its surprising winner. Get a look after the jump.
While Capcom hasn't released every single feature, the base game of Street Fighter V is now available on PlayStation 4 and PC. Get ready for action with the launch trailer after the jump.
It may be Valentine's Day, but fighting game fans are probably more focused on the fact that we're just two days away from the launch of Street Fighter V. The Capcom Fighters YouTube channel has been running through the roster steadily, so it's time to catch up with introduction trailers for Laura, Rashid, M. Bison, R Mika, Cammy, and Ryu. More after the jump.
Kinetiquettes, a maker of high-quality statues and collectibles, is teaming up with Madcatz and Capcom to create a 1/4 scale diorama immortalizing professional gamer Daigo "The Beast" Umehara and two of his favorite playable characters from the Street Fighter video game series. Hit the jump to learn more.
It's time for two more of the Capcom Fighters channel's Street Fighter V introduction videos, which succinctly break down each member of the roster and their fighting style. This time you can watch as Karin and Vega go to work in the trailers after the jump.