Jakejames Lugo of The Koalition writes: When Street Fighter V was originally released back in 2016, it received heavy criticism for its lack of content outside of the online and offline multiplayer modes. You can check out our original review of Street Fighter V here on The Koalition, which details exactly what made its release so divisive among fighting game fans. But you should never truly count a champion out, especially a franchise like Street Fighter which has notoriously had multiple releases for many entries in the franchise. And like so many times before (despite some saying that it wouldn’t happen this time…), Street Fighter V gets a shot of adrenaline in the form of Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition. But instead of just getting new characters and new updates, this version of the game gives everyone so much more.