Capcom has opened a new website dedicated to Street Fighter’s 25th anniversary.
Will you have to pay for the website's DLC--you know, just to get past the home page?
Wow dude, did you come up with that one all by yourself?! I wish I was as original as you!
I'm trying to imagine what Capcom can do to celebrate this franchise, but they have exhausted streetfighter in the last few years enough as it is.
Super Street Fighter X Tekken?
Has it really been 25 years ofCapcom milking my nipples? Guess they are pretty saggy.
25 years has passed and still RYU and KEN have not learn any new special move except those 3 they used to pull of in street fighter 2 ! and people are still paying for street fighter 2 with just graphcal overhaul every year /. S A D
Noobs only play with Ryu and Ken, so they don't notice the other characters.
Sad that you actually think every Street Fighter iteration is the same as SF2. Frame data, throw ticks, links, footsies, parries, focus, characters, match-ups, combos, plinking, double tapping, 1-frame links, etc. SF2 is predominantly about FOOTSIES, if you lacked the proper knowledge/fundamentals you will fail against any player who knows what they are doing. SF3 allowed you to go a little crazy with the inclusion of parrying because it allowed you to bait AND punish counter attacks (Such as anti-airs) so your opponent had to think twice about throwing out that DP. SF4 is about spacing, footsies, fundamentals AND mind games, essentially being two steps ahead of your opponent. You seem to think doing a special move and pressing a few buttons is all there is to a fighting game, that's hardly the case. There are drastic changes in EVERY Street Fighter, not just the addition of "Super" and a few new characters. Do some research before you attempt to preach about something you obviously know nothing about.
We are NOT going to PAY $150 for this plastic box!
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