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Yesterday saw the announcement of the final season two DLC character for Capcom's Street Fighter V. It was of little surprise that it was, in fact, predicted character Zeku, master of Bushinryu and the tutor of Final Fight/Street Fighter...Show More Summary
Zeku is the final character in Season 2 of Street Fighter 5’s DLC. Capcom has announced that Zeku will be Street Fighter 5’s last character for Season 2. Zeku was unveiled at the 2017 South East Asia Major tournament over the weekend (via Gamespot). Zeku is the 38th Master of Bushin, a form of ninjutsu. […]
We checked out the newest high end statues from Pop Culture Shock Collectibles, and they're really impressive.
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Zeku returns from a long absence, appearing for the first time since Street Fighter Alpha 2.
As predicted by a character leak months ago, Street Fighter V's last DLC character of Season 2 (following Akuma, Kolin, Ed, Abigail, and Menat) is Zeku, Guy's former master. He's got lots of flips and his kick specials seem to have a good amount of range. But the craziest part of his repertoire is his V-Skill/V-Trigger. Show More Summary
Capcom traveled overseas this weekend for South East Major 2017 and had a surprise in store for the tournament's attendees. The publisher unveiled the final Season 2 character for Street Fighter V, rounding things out with ninjas! Zeku is Guy's former master from Street Fighter Alpha 2. Show More Summary
Round 3... FIGHT! Mortal Kombat 3, commonly abbreviated MK3, uppercutted fans in 1995. Unlike Capcom's Street Fighter 2, which was still spinning its wheels with updates instead of numbered sequels, MK3 augmented fundamentals such as fatalities and roundhouse kicks with several new systems. Show More Summary
Street Fighter fans, the king of muay Thai is coming for your money. Pop Culture Shock Collectibles recently unveiled its third-scale statue of Sagat, and it looks awesome. The extremely detailed statue is 36.5? tall and…
Don’t take this as confirmation that anything is or isn’t happening, but Ed Boon seems at least open to bringing Injustice 2 to the Switch. The Switch already has a few solid fighting games – Pokken Tournament, Ultra Street Fighter 2, ARMs – but NetherRealms’ output would give fighting fans some more variety on the […]
PCS Collectibles’ latest Street Fighter statue. The Sagat statue is 36.5? tall and has three variants. The standard has no extra parts; the Emperor of Muay Thai has an extra head and torso. The Victory EX looks more like a traditional kickboxer and also has extra parts.
Ras Kass is putting together a collection of new music and previously unreleased cuts called the Year End Closeout Playlist that will arrive as a free download in December. Today he shares the latest drop from the project, “Street Fighter” featuring Kurupt and Killah Priest of Wu-Tang. Show More Summary
Sagat was the first boss many Street Fighter fans ever encountered, and he remains one of the most vicious competitors in the game. Defeated at the hands of Ryu in the very first Street Fighter video game, Sagat returned in Street Fighter...Show More Summary
Capcom has announced Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition, an updated version of the latest game in the hit fighting series that will release exclusively for the PlayStation 4 and Windows PC on January 16, 2018. Check Out the Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition Announcement Trailer and Yoshinori Ono’s Message: This new version will include everything...
The fighting genre had been kicking around in the video game industry for more than a decade before Street Fighter II hit arcades. Older gamers will probably remember playing Karate Champ or The Way of the Exploding Fist or Urban Champion or even the original Street Fighter. Show More Summary
The Japanese website for the upcoming Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition has revealed an interesting piece of information for the game. If you're buying a digital version, it'll be a simple download. However, if you're buying a physical...Show More Summary
Capcom announced that there will be a new version of Street Fighter V in the form of Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition. Now previously the company had said that there wouldn't be a multitude of versions of Street Fighter V, but given that the game initially sold quite...
Well it's here. Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition is confirmed, and no longer a series of rumors that all point to the same thing -- Capcom attempting to apologize or "save" the original incarnation of Street Fighter V. Despite a lotShow More Summary