And it’s shockingly similar to how fight money works in the real world as well, for actual fist-to-face collisions. Street Fighter V won’t have players throwing Hadokens and tetsukslhfgalskfgalkjghalkghakjsvh attacks for nothing, as matches will reward players over time.
Beta round two For Street Fighter V (BRO), seems to be faring better. It’s testing cross-play between PlayStation 4 and PC, as well as introducing some new characters. So how do they handle then? Let’s break ‘em down quick.
While some folks can’t imagine a Street Fighter game without the likes of Ryu and his Hadoukens or Chun-Li and her thighs of steel, I’m all about a certain other character in the Street Fighter franchise. THE RED CYCLONE! The Russian bear wrestler! Zangief! Able to crush man’s head like a sparrow’s egg between thighs. A bad guy, but not a bad bad guy, you know?
This Street Fighter is looking to have a solid mix of new and old.
And provided that El f***ing Fuerte never darkens my video game doorway ever again, that’s something that I can get behind. Here’s the latest such new addition for Street Fighter, Rashid. According to Capcom, he’s my kind of character. Chillaxed
Street Fighter V is joining in on the collector’s edition party, with a package whose prime hook is a statue of Ryu trying to hide his underarm body odour. Here’s what the prototype looks like so far, with details from Capcom on all the other goodies being included in said special edition.
Forget about Ryu. He's dull, predictable and about as interesting as filing your taxes. Ken masters returns to Street Fighter, and he's bringing a new look and skillset with him in the fifth core game.