Street Fighter V isn’t just looking to make a new benchmark in fighting game excellence. It wants to tell a good story as well in a galaxy that isn’t so far, far away.
While the meat is in the multiplayer, here are the other modes and game features you’ll find in Street Fighter V.
Mortal Kombat X may not be the very best 1-on-1 fighting game in existence but it has got great single player content. Will Street Fighter V follow suit?
Don’t expect to see Guile, Chun-Li or M Bison guest star in Tekken 7. There’s only room for Akuma in Bandai Namco’s next big King of the Iron Fist tournament.
Dragon’s Dogma is the very definition of a Marmite game – and it’s finally coming to PC on January 15.
Street Fighter V might have removed a particular animation that got a few people riled up, but don’t be so quick to scream censorship.
Fighting game veterans will be able to pick up on the tweaks in Street Fighter V immediately, but newcomers might not see them at first. Thing is, Street Fighter V wants to open the gates for more newcomers to experience being on the receiving end of a HowdoyadoKen.
Over at the PlayStation Experience Capcom revealed the final character of the Street Fighter V roster, a new face who behaves and operates like a wonderfully-stereotypical B-grade Kung Fu movie villain. He’s called F.A.N.G, and he just so happens to be the self-proclaimed second-in-command of Shadaloo. Also, he can flllllyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
Mighty No. 9 is coming to fill the Mega Man-shaped void in your life on 12 February 2016. Here’s a look at some of its superfluous modes.
It used to be that a fighting game would release with everything that it needed in the first week. A bunch of characters, a dozen stages and maybe an extra game mode or two. And you’d be done. These days, the system is massively different. It’s very much a modular sense of development, with game characters and stages being inserted into a fisticuffs simulator after launch. But Street Fighter V wants to change that.
Street Fighter V is going to need some young blood. New fans, new players and all that. But that also means that our vision of Street Fighter has to change if the franchise wants to survive.
Capcom’s removed a butt-slapping animation from Street Fighter V’s beta – and now there’s a petition to stop all of this censorship.