Simulating the complex and meticulous nature of a fighting game on a smartphone is a pretty formidable task, and arcade purists will likely lament the lack of physical controls and instant inputs that are so vital when a match is decided on solitary frames. That being said, Street Fighter IV Champion Edition [$4.99], the latest
Back in June, I wrote an article detailing how MFi controller manufacturer Gamevice had partnered with Capcom to release a special bundle with the latest Street Fighter IV: Champion Edition [$4.99] game. During my requisite research for the post, and looking at the numerous devices the company had on offer, I thought to myself 'heh,
The Nintendo Switch has become a great platform for fighting games. Titles like Ultra Street Fighter II, Garou: Mark of the Wolves, Samurai Showdown IV, and even Arms work wonderfully on the Pro […] The post 8Bitdo Will Release an Arcade Stick for Nintendo Switch on August 20 appeared first on Geek.com.
Two longtime PC modders, who have been creating skins for Street Fighter IV and V for years, have been issued DMCA notices from Capcom, reportedly handed down through their Patreon accounts."BrutalAce" and "Khaledantar666" were bothShow More Summary
Just ahead of EVO weekend, Microsoft and Capcom have added Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition to the Xbox One backward compatibility lineup. After seeing vanilla make the list, we needed this. Better yet, the option to upgrade to...Show More Summary
The list of backward compatible games on Xbox One continues to grow with the addition of another title today....
Rejoice! Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition is joining backward compatibility today! The game is an update to Super Street Fighter IV, released in 2011 for Xbox 360 and PC. This version of the game aims at bringing the improvements from the arcade version of Super Street Fighter IV to home systems. Show More Summary
Welcome to another week of new iOS games! This week's most notable release is Street Fighter IV Champion Edition, especially after being delayed from its planned release last week. Well, it finally arrived, and we liked it a lot in our review. Bottom line: If you liked the old Street Fighter IV games on mobile,
Street Fighter IV: Champion Edition finally launched on the App Store today. This latest mobile entry in the Street Fighter series brings some much needed updates to the game, as other iOS titles in the franchise are certainly showing their age. The game is essentially a reboot of Street Fighter IV, but makes a bunch of changes to bring the game up to the modern day. [Read more]
It has been roughly six years since Street Fighter IV graced mobile devices with a new update. The last release, Street Fighter IV Volt, came out in 2011. With Street Fighter V being the latest entry in the series, you'd think Capcom would be done trying to whore out their series revival, but you'd be incorrect. Show More Summary
Along with being bombarded with new iOS games, today's made up holiday is National Eat Your Jello Day. Why did the powers that be decide that today should be the day that we celebrate Jello? It's also Bill Cosby's birthday... As before being known for being the target of surprising accusations and legal drama, Bill
Capcom has now officially released Street Fighter IV Champion Edition for iOS. After some minor delays, the game is now available in the App Store for purchase with a solid roster of characters and classic Street Fighter gameplay. m...
Late last night Street Fighter IV Championship Edition [$4.99] hit the App Store. Jared posted a review of the game early this morning, and it's a great mobile fighter. We've had our hands on a pre-release copy of the game for a while now, and Jared and Carter were easily able to play multiplayer battles
For being arguably the most well-known fighting game franchise in the world, Street Fighter has a pretty weird history on mobile. If you're interested in a bit of that history, well, read on my friends. If you're here just to read about the nuts and bolts of the Street Fighter IV Champion Edition [$4.99] which
You'd think that with the popularity of Street Fighter and the success their previous mobile entries have seen that Capcom would have released a new game in the last five years, but unfortunately you'd be wrong. And the Street Fighter games that they have released have been withering away on the App Store in desperate
I usually like to soften the blow of bad news with a little good news. Bad news first: Due to a glitch with the submission of Street Fighter IV: Champion Edition, the game needs to be resubmitted and thus will not be launching this week as intended and will likely be coming sometime next week
It's once again that time of week to round up all of the best new iOS game releases of the past 7 days, and before we officially get started let me answer a question that I'm sure is on a lot of your minds: No, Street Fighter IV: Champion Edition is not out yet! I've
The excitement surrounding the upcoming release of Street Fighter IV: Champion Edition has hit fever pitch as of late, with an endless barrage of teaser trailers revealing new fighters, MFi support and a whole host of features that are set to make Capcom's mobile brawler a serious challenger amongst the App Store fighting game community.
Capcom launched the original Street Fighter IV [$4.99] for mobile way back in the March of 2010, and despite being a scaled down version of the full console game it played surprisingly well with its smattering of virtual buttons. A little more than a year later saw the release of Street Fighter IV Volt [$4.99],