Street Fighter V is ending its run. Let’s look back at the good and bad times!
Shadow Lady is hard? Well, you gotta brush up on that one fundamental trick all pros used then when competing against anyone.
Capcom is closing out the year with a “Bah, humbug” to their loyal Street Fighter V fanbase who just want a little more.
Yeah, Capcom plugging ads in Street Fighter V is hard to swallow. Here are a few ideas to make them go down just a little easier.
Street Fighter V is finally getting a traditional arcade mode! That’s good… but I still want more, Capcom!
Video game downloadable content doesn’t have to be all bad, you know?
Is Capcom making an Arcade Edition for Street Fighter V a good thing or a bad thing? Well, it’s good for gamers who haven’t got the game yet. For loyal customers, well…
Although Capcom did promise that we’re only gonna get one version of Street Fighter V, I think it would be fine if they “super-ized” the game today.
Love it or hate it, Street Fighter V is here to stay. But what if it was delayed a whole full year to fix all of Season 1’s issues? Here’s a fictional take on what fans may think of Capcom’s latest fighter.
Hey, Capcom! I know you’re working to get extra content for Street Fighter V but here’s a few things this specific fan would want in the future!