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Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers Trailer Released

Tyler Lee May 19, 2017

If you love fighting games, there will be some options that will be coming to the Nintendo Switch, such as Arms and Super Smash Bros. However if those games are a little too cute for your tastes and you wanted something more “serious”, then Capcom’s Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers might be worth looking forward to.

For those unfamiliar, the game is an upcoming release for the Nintendo Switch where it is essentially an updated version of Super Street Fighter II Turbo that was originally released back in 1994. Now thanks to a recently released trailer, gamers can look forward to checking out some gameplay footage where the video shows off the game’s graphics modes, where users can switch between old school pixelated graphics or the new HD ones.

In addition to the updated graphics, the game will also introduce a new mode called “Way of the Hado” which is a first-person mode that feels rather novel, although admittedly it also looks quite fun, especially if shooting Hadoukens is always something that you’ve dreamt of doing since you were a kid.

Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers is set for a release on the 26th of May, 2017. In the meantime you can check out some of the gameplay footage in the video above.

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Still Not The Right Time To Launch Tekken X Street Fighter

Tyler Lee April 28, 2017

We have been hearing about Bandai Namco’s Tekken X Street Fighter game for years, and by now many have probably assumed that it has been cancelled. Back in 2015, the developers assured that this was not the case, although in 2016 it was revealed that the game is no longer in active development.

This means that while it hasn’t been cancelled outright, it isn’t actively being worked on either. For those wondering about the status of the game, the game’s director Katsuhiro Harada revealed the reasons why they still have not gone ahead and launched it, and it basically is all about the timing.

In an interview with IGN, Harada was quoted as saying, “This has been said before, but Tekken x Street Fighter, the current timing is just that Capcom is putting a lot of effort into building up Street Fighter V, for us, we’re looking straight towards the release of Tekken 7, and we just decided that it wasn’t a very good idea to split both of those groups by adding a third title that covers both and to the same timing, so it’s more about the timing and waiting for the right chance for that.”

Based on this it sounds like it could be years before it even happens, but what do you guys think? Should they just cancel it already? Or is this still a title that you’re looking forward to?

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Still Not The Right Time To Launch Tekken X Street Fighter

Tyler Lee April 28, 2017

We have been hearing about Bandai Namco’s Tekken X Street Fighter game for years, and by now many have probably assumed that it has been cancelled. Back in 2015, the developers assured that this was not the case, although in 2016 it was revealed that the game is no longer in active development.

This means that while it hasn’t been cancelled outright, it isn’t actively being worked on either. For those wondering about the status of the game, the game’s director Katsuhiro Harada revealed the reasons why they still have not gone ahead and launched it, and it basically is all about the timing.

In an interview with IGN, Harada was quoted as saying, “This has been said before, but Tekken x Street Fighter, the current timing is just that Capcom is putting a lot of effort into building up Street Fighter V, for us, we’re looking straight towards the release of Tekken 7, and we just decided that it wasn’t a very good idea to split both of those groups by adding a third title that covers both and to the same timing, so it’s more about the timing and waiting for the right chance for that.”

Based on this it sounds like it could be years before it even happens, but what do you guys think? Should they just cancel it already? Or is this still a title that you’re looking forward to?

Still Not The Right Time To Launch Tekken X Street Fighter , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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Mortal Kombat/Street Fighter Crossover Unlikely, But Not Ruled Out

Tyler Lee February 22, 2017

Crossover games aren’t new, and to a certain extent they’re actually pretty fun especially if you’re a fan of both franchises. A good example would be Marvel VS Capcom: Infinite that was recently announced for 2017 in which we’ll see Marvel character take on Capcom characters. So the question is, where does Mortal Kombat fit into this crossover scene?

During a recent episode of IGN Unfiltered, NetherRealm’s Ed Boon was asked the question about what he thought about the idea of a Mortal Kombat/Street Fighter crossover. The good news is that Boon seems to be open to the idea, but the bad news is that Boon is realistic enough to realize that it might never happen.

According to Boon, he would definitely entertain the idea should Capcom come knocking on their doors. However he also said, “There’s part of me that’s like, ‘That would be such a cool dream,’ and then there’s another part of me that goes, ‘There’s no way would that satisfy everybody.’”

An example would be how violent Mortal Kombat is, and how both games are paced differently, as well as how they are both fundamentally very different games. He also adds how usually in  crossovers something will have to be sacrificed, in which he said, “I don’t know if we’d be able to find that sweet spot.” But what do you guys think? Is a Mortal Kombat VS Street Fighter game something you’d like to see in the future?

Mortal Kombat/Street Fighter Crossover Unlikely, But Not Ruled Out , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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Street Fighter For Nintendo Switch Lets You Throw First-Person Hadoukens

Tyler Lee February 15, 2017

One of the reasons how the Nintendo Wii set itself apart from the other consoles was the introduction of motion controls. Nintendo carried this concept forward with the Wii U, and they are still holding onto that feature with the Nintendo Switch, and it looks like the upcoming Ultra Street Fighter II will be taking advantage of that.

It has been previously rumored that the upcoming Ultra Street Fighter II would have first-person features, and a recent Capcom TV video has more or less confirmed it. Basically what happens is that players will take the Switch’s JoyCon controllers, one in each hand, and they will mimic gestures that are meant to throw out Hadoukens and other moves, such as Ryu’s uppercut and spin-kicks.

Dubbed “Way of the Hado”, this seems like a mode in the game that players can access to enjoy the first-person experience. Unfortunately from what we can tell in the video, it seems that there are still some kinks that need to be smoothened out. For example some of the moves were interpreted wrongly, and it seems to have a bit if a lag between the player’s actions and what’s happening on screen.

However it is a pretty cool idea and if the idea of a first-person Street Fighter appeals to you, then Ultra Street Fighter II could be worth checking out, and hopefully by then they will have improved upon it. You can check out the demo above which takes place around the 2 hour 57 minute mark.

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Street Fighter ‘Surprise’ Teased For Comic-Con Or E3 2017

Tyler Lee January 21, 2017

street_fighter_balrogAs far as arcade fighting games are concerned, the Street Fighter franchise is probably one of the oldest franchises around. In fact in case you didn’t know, the franchise is close to celebrating its 30th anniversary, and in celebration of that it seems that Capcom might have a surprise announcement to share.

This is according to the game’s producer Yoshinori Ono who spoke to the folks at IGN where when he was asked how they plan to celebrate the franchise’s 30th anniversary, Ono said, “Around E3 timing, maybe even San Diego Comic-Con, we have one or two surprises we hope our fans will look forward to.”

Note that E3 2017 will be taking place before the San Diego Comic-Con and will run from the 13-15th of June, where the SDCC will take place from the 20-23rd of July, so if nothing is shown during E3 then we guess we can expect something during SDCC. Or maybe there could be multiple or repeat announcements, either way we’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for more information so remember to check back with us later on in the year for more updates.

In the meantime how do you guys think Capcom should celebrate 30 years of Street Fighter?

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Latest Street Fighter V Update Forces Rage Quitters To Play Together

Tyler Lee December 21, 2016

street-fighterRage quitting is an issue that game developers have been dealing with for a long time now. Capcom themselves have come up with all sorts of ways to deter rage quitters, and in the latest Winter update to Street Fighter V, Capcom has implemented a couple of new ways to deal with players who rage quit.

The first is simple and straightforward, in which if you were to quit halfway through a game, League Points would be deducted as it would be considered a loss. The second is by pairing rage quitters together, which means that if you rage quit often, you’ll be paired with other players of similar tendencies to get a taste of your own medicine.

According to Capcom, “Players who frequently disconnect during matches will now be more likely to be matched up with other players who exhibit similar behavior. The same applies for honorable players who rarely, if ever disconnect; they will be matched up with similar players.” Last but not least they will also be implementing the icon system which we covered last week, in which rage quitters would be publicly shamed by having an icon displayed next to their name for the world to see.

Capcom writes, “The worst offenders and the most honorable players will also have a special icon displayed on their Fighter Profiles.” These changes should be live and will also see other features added alongside the new rage quitting system.

Latest Street Fighter V Update Forces Rage Quitters To Play Together , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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Street Fighter V Rage Quitters Will Be Given Special Icons

Tyler Lee December 17, 2016

sfv_rage_quittersRage quitting a game when you’re losing or if your teammates are mucking around is understanding. It’s not the right thing to do, but we can understand the need to just throw your hands up in the air in frustration. Unfortunately this is a problem plaguing many games in which many players, including those on the winning side, do not get the full experience.

This is an issue with Capcom’s Street Fighter V in which the company promised to crack down on it. It seems that the company might have come up with a new way in the form of public shaming. According to a post on NeoGAF by Moaradin (via ArsTechnica), it has been discovered that Capcom could be considering giving rage quitters special icons to let other players know that this person could rage quit.

It also works in reverse which means that those who never rage quit will also be given a special icon to denote that the player is a pretty upstanding person. The text reads, “Special icons will be displayed on the Fighter Profiles of players who frequently disconnect, as well as those who never do, making it easier for players with the same icon to battle against each other.”

It is unclear when these changes will be implemented, but it sounds like an interesting idea. Whether or not it will fix the rage quitting problem remains to be seen, but in the meantime what do you guys think? Will this discourage gamers from rage quitting?

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Latest Street Fighter V PC Patch Has Made It Unplayable

Tyler Lee September 24, 2016

guile sfvSoftware updates are generally welcome because they introduce bug fixes, performance improvements, new features, and so on. However sometimes they can cause some undesired side effects, such as bricking devices, or in the case of the latest PC patch for Street Fighter V, it has made the game unplayable for some.

Capcom has recently released a patch for Street Fighter V for the PC which includes adding Urien to the roster of characters, and also some anti-cheating fixes. However these fixes require kernel access to the PC, which in turn prompts the user account control window to pop up before launching.

Unfortunately for some gamers, users are reporting troubles launching the game and in some cases, gamers were even met with the blue screen of death. The good news is that Capcom is well aware of the problems the latest patch has caused and in a post on Twitter, the company has announced that they will be rolling back the security measures for now.

“We are in the process of rolling back the security measures added to the PC version of Street Fighter V.” If you haven’t updated the game yet then we guess you won’t really need to worry about this. However if you have, then hopefully this roll back will resolve any issues you’ve had with the game.

Latest Street Fighter V PC Patch Has Made It Unplayable , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.

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