“You know why I’m here,” Kenneth Bradley, a ranked Street Fighter IV player with Evil Geniuses yelled into a camera last week. It was to talk about the latest Super Smash Bros. controversy, something that has affected the fighting game community at large. Show More Summary
Software 1. Mario Kart 7 2. Pokemon Yellow 3. Super Mario Bros. 3 4. Pokemon Red 5. Pokemon Blue 6. Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition 7. Picross 3D: Round 2 8. Animal Crossing: New Leaf 9. Rhythm Thief & The Emperor’s Treasure 10. Mega Man Legacy Collection 11. Show More Summary
Ibuki was one of the handful of characters I dabbled in while playing Street Fighter IV. The others were Hakan (my main), T. Hawk, Dan, Seth, and Makoto. Once I found out that Ibuki's neckbreaker slide was a lot like Hakan's belly slide, I was all about it. Show More Summary
Photo by ERDEM SAHIN/EPA When the developers of Street Fighter IV announced that they had been working on a character from a martial art no one had seen in a fighting game before, speculation ran wild. When the big reveal came the gaming community could not argue with the original statement. Show More Summary
So uh, hey! Akuma is in Tekken 7: Fated Retribution, which is currently in Japanese arcades now. But it's not just a half-assed homage, as Bandai Namco has basically translated his entire set of animations from Street Fighter IV. Want proof? Just check out this video from toitoi123, which gives us a breakdown of nearly every move in his arsenal. Show More Summary
Brady's Ultra Street Fighter IV Bible was a near-perfect send off for the Street Fighter IV series. It's works as both an in-depth analysis of nearly every inch of the game's systems, and a permanent record of what the final iteration of Street Fighter IV came to be. Show More Summary
[Yes, Street Fighter V has had something beyond a rocky start. But it is still a new installment of an old guard of a franchise. It's the original fighting game or at least the one that started it all. So thanks, Virtua Kazama, for providing a sendoff for Street Fighter IV, the title in the franchise that jump-started the aged and stalwart genre. Show More Summary
Playing Street Fighter IV & V At The Same Time On One Controller Almost Works This is such a goddamn genius idea. Latest Firewatch Update For PS4 ‘Significantly Improves’ Game Experience I had no problems in my playthrough, but goodShow More Summary
The folks at Eurogamer’s Digital Foundry hooked up Street Fighter V and its predecessor to the same game controller and started playing. The sync is mesmerizing at first, but then it all starts to fall apart. Read more...
I've been really excited for Street Fighter V. Street Fighter IV is the only game I’ve ever plugged enough hours and practice into to play somewhat competitively. At my first tournament, I got beaten by a guy dressed as Cody, ironically the same character I was playing as. Show More Summary
An entire console generation has come and gone and so, too, must a fighting game generation. It's finally time to wave goodbye to the Street Fighter IV series and move forward. And while Street Fighter V offers enough to keep the fighting...Show More Summary
The Street Fighter games have once again become a big deal in gaming, after Street Fighter IV brought the series back to the masses Street Fighter V has the unenviable challenge of building on that. Well thankfully, Capcom has delivered the goods yet again and Street Fighter V is a thoroughly excellent game.
The greatest fighting game series of them all is back, but its return is half-cooked, with much of its advertised features yet to materialise Seven years ago, Street Fighter IV felt like a spiritual revival. Capcom’s hyperactive martial...Show More Summary
Street Fighter IV was a textbook case of how to breathe new life into an aging franchise. Led by Capcom's enthusiastic and passionate Yoshinori Ono, the 2008 release was designed to be a spiritual successor to Street Fighter II, the classic '90s game that practically defined the genre. Show More Summary
Street Fighter IV had a good grip of 2D animated cutscenes providing some closure to individual characters' Arcade mode arcs, but as a whole the series has been spinning its wheels in that department, especially compared to competitors like Mortal Kombat X. Show More Summary
Like most people it seems, I think that the Steam Controller has potential, but it just hasn't been realized yet. It's a great time to test it out though, as one individual just tried it out on Street Fighter IV, including the motion control capabilities. Show More Summary
The 2015 Capcom Cup Ultra Street Fighter IV tournament is taking place today at Sony’s PlayStation Experience event, with 32 of the best players in the world battling for their piece of a $250,000 prize pool. Watch it live right here! Read more...
PlayStation Experience is almost here, and with it comes Capcom Cup -- a climactic clash between the best Ultra Street Fighter IV world warriors.
As we near the end of 2015 there's one thing we can all look forward to... No, it's not the holidays, but Capcom Cup! That's right, this year's Capcom Cup will send Ultra Street Fighter IV off in the grandest event possible as 32 of the world's best meet in San Francisco at PlayStation Experience on December 6th to fight for their piece of the $250,000 prize pool!
Richie Branson, the guy who blessed the world with the David Ortiz Fallout 4 mod, added Floyd Mayweather and Ronda Rousey to (...)