And yes, it has an arcade mode
Last month we reported on a potential retail leak of Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition, and now the package has appeared on Amazon. At this point it's pretty safe to say that this thing is real. The product page lists multiple features: Arcade mode
The big one
This is it, folks. After months of touring the world, 2016's final Street Fighter V Tournament starts and ends this weekend. Consisting of the world's 32 best players, Capcom Cup 2016 promises ridiculous highs and lows as combatants from across the globe battle for a $350,000 prize pool and, of course, everlasting glory as one of them...
Fight for the future
PlayStation 4 console exclusive Street Fighter V is upon us. Aimed at expanding the fighting franchise's fanbase, much has been made of its approach to accessibility. Some welcome the push, while others are warier, afraid that accessibility precludes depth. Are these fears confirmed, or is the release a worthy successor to the...
Blowing in the wind
Plucky PlayStation 4 exclusive Street Fighter V is bringing four new fighters to the table, and the newest of the lot is the freshly announced Rashid. This brawler's main draw appears to be his ability to control the wind, and you can take your first glimpse at him in the hastily recorded video below. Rashid will be joined by...
Sony and Capcom understandably want the launch of Street Fighter V to go well next year, so it's no surprise that the companies are currently planning out a PlayStation 4 beta. The best part is that if you're interested, all that you need to do is sign up through the game's official website. Simply click through here, select your...
A little Birdie told us
Sony briefly talked about Street Fighter V at its impressive E3 press conference today, and what it said lined up with the leaks we reported on earlier in the week. Most notably, series veterans Birdie and Cammy will be joining the fray. Also, as is quickly becoming the trend, there'll be a beta for the game kicking off
Capcom's Seth Killian has revealed that fighting fans won't have to wait an age before they get to play the next entry in the Street Fighter series
Eager fans waited ten years between the release of Street Fighter III and Street Fighter IV, but it's not a time-frame Capcom wants to retread. If I have anything to say about it, and I do, you will not have to wait ten years for Street Fighter V,..