Capcom Cup 2015, the culmination of the Capcom Pro Tour series of tournaments, will be hosted by Sony at its PlayStation Experience event. The Ultra Street Fighter IV tournament will take place Sunday, December 6 at the Moscone WestShow More Summary
Three weeks ago, this writer was wandering the vast halls of the Bally's Hotel & Casino Convention Center in Las Vegas for EVO 2015. In-between rounds of Ultra Street Fighter IV, Super Smash Bros. Melee, and Mortal Kombat X, the projectors that were playing the on-stream broadcasts would often play ads for a new PC-exclusive fighting game. Show More Summary
It's been a fantastic week for fighting games, culminating with the Ultra Street Fighter IV finals at EVO 2015. But now it's time to look ahead to what's next and Capcom is getting ready to release Street Fighter V. A key part of the...Show More Summary
This year's Evolution Championship Series tournament for Ultra Street Fighter IV represented an all-time high for the series, for Capcom, and for the annual event itself. At its peak, the Top 8 on Sunday evening drew over 250,000 viewers, surpassing any previous records set by Super Smash Bros. Show More Summary
While watching EVO this weekend, we decided to give away 3 copies of "Ultra Street Fighter IV!" Enter in the Tom's Hardware forums.
Momochi is your 2015 Street Fighter IV champ at EVO, and he took out the title in some of the weirdest circumstances ever seen at the tournament. Read more...
Today at EVO 2015, just before kicking off the final round of Ultra Street Fighter IV competitions, Capcom unveiled the first of four new fighters joining the roster of Street Fighter V. His name is Necalli, a wild looking grappler who -- Aw hell, just watch the damn trailer. Read more...
EVO 2015, the largest fighting game tournament of the year, has begun. Kicking off today's competitions are pools for Ultra Street Fighter IV, Super Smash Bros. (both Melee and Wii U), Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, and Tekken 7. Later onShow More Summary
Capcom has Ultra Street Fighter IV up and available for free this weekend on Steam. Gamers who have not already given the game a try can do so this weekend completely free of charge. The game is also 66% off so if you decide that you like what you've played you can purchase the game for the low-low price of only $10.Click To Continue Reading
(PS4, Capcom, cert 12) Served up as an appetiser for next year’s PS4-exclusive Street Fighter V, Sony has commissioned a quick and dirty next-gen port of the landmark title responsible for reviving the fighting game genre. Sadly, the emphasis here is on the dirty. Show More Summary
Remember the first time you went online with Street Fighter IV with your favorite character, Hakan, and fought about 100 Ryus in a week? And they all spammed Hadoukens and always woke up with a Shoryuken? Wouldn't you like to reliveShow More Summary
PS4, Xbox 360, PC; Capcom; £17.99-£19.99 It may not be obvious when you look at screen shots, but the Street Fighter games have more in common with chess than they do with less accomplished beat ’em ups. Stratagems are executed in split seconds, while individual frames of animation mark the difference between a successful attack and risible failure. Show More Summary
As Capcom begins lining up plans for Street Fighter V at E3 2015 and continues dealing with the fallout from a subpar Ultra Street Fighter IV launch on PS4, today felt like a good time to take a trip back in time. It felt like a good time to return to the time of coin-op arcades in the early 90s, where Capcom was king. Show More Summary
Ultra Street Fighter IV has experienced a turbulent launch on PlayStation 4, but Sony has issued a patch fixing many of the issues that players have been experiencing over the past week. The update addresses the menu lag, amongst a number of other problems like Guile and Juri's disappearing projectiles. Show More Summary
Even if the PS4 version is very far from perfection because of some strange problems, Ultra Street Fighter IV is here and we can offer you some videos in 1080p at (almost) 60 fps. A patch is now available, hopefully it will fix the game and let us play peacefully.
Ultra Street Fighter IV was pretty broken when it launched, but Sony’s trying to patch it back to health. An update is rolling out in North America today, and the full patch are below: Read more...
Ultra Street Fighter IV’s PlayStation 4 launch was, to put it politely, a total fucking mess: netcode problems, massive input delay, lag in single player modes and more. It seems like everyone but Destructoid’s own Chris Carter has been...Show More Summary
Ultra Street Fighter IV is kinda janky on PlayStation 4. Which was making competitors nervous ahead of this year’s big EVO fighting game tournament, so instead of taking their chances with Sony’s promised fixes, organisers are taking a safer route with the game’s appearance, deciding instead to switch the platform it’s appearing on. Read more...
PlayStation 4 owners might have been excited about the fact that Sony managed to secure an exclusive for Ultra Street Fighter IV but they weren’t impressed by the launch. Sony actually botched the release of Ultra Street Fighter IV for...Show More Summary
The launch of Ultra Street Fighter IV on the PlayStation 4 hasn't exactly gone as planned, with gamers complaining of input lag, shoddy netcode, glitches, a start screen that refers to a button on the controller that doesn't exist and other issues. Show More Summary