A new original character joins to the Street Fighter universe.
Thunder from down under.
October sees a new stage and a whole host of costumes for Street Fighter 5.
Street Fighter V had a rough start, but the next character is on his way alongside a new patch.
Street Fighter V is light on content, but that doesn't seem to be a problem for the fighting game community.
Understanding what the V-Gauge is about.
It's hard out on those streets. Capcom's new start for Street Fighter is plagued by network issues.
Street Fighter V is a great foundation, but Capcom needs to build some more atop that foundation.
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Kat reflects on her own history with the series and its attempts to reach a broader audience. Plus, scattered thoughts on the new characters.
EVO moves on to Street Fighter V and adds Pokken Tournament to its marquee line-up.
The maligned camera edits and animation changes in SFV's last beta phase were made to reach more casual users.
Famitsu lets one of Street Fighter V's new challengers leak a bit early.
Capcom continues to make interesting character choices for Street Fighter V, adding the Middle Eastern master of the Turbulent Wind.
Why Capcom's scantily-clad butt-slamming lady offers a surprisingly positive example of female representation.
This past weekend, the Street Fighter V beta lurched back to life. Here's what we found.
Capcom decides to postpone the Street Fighter V beta while it works out some issues.
There, there. Shhh. I know.
What better way to prepare for tonight’s beta than to get everyone on the same page?
Capcom is trying something different for the newest Street Fighter.
Plus: It's time to party like it's 1999 and we're playing Street Fighter Alpha 3 again.
Capcom's decision to limit Street Fighter V to the PC and PlayStation 4 hasn't been popular with the fighting game community. One member explains why.
Are rising game development costs and "money hats" bringing us back to the era of console exclusive?