Start building up your focus and get ready to see some of the Greatest Game Art Ever, featuring the World Warriors from Ultra Street Fighter 4.
Street Fighter 4
Ken Masters has been beating up cars with his bare hands since 1991, but his next iron hide victim is a little bit different.
One of the longtime producers of Capcom's famous fighting series has decided to call it quits.
The infamous live streaming website partners up with the true king of fighters in order to create the first ever fighting game league completely devoted to Street Fighter.
You can now play as any previously released version of every character in this new mode for Ultra Street Fighter 4.
It looks like Justin Wong and Daigo can drop their day jobs, because money-backed betting is coming to Street Fighter 4 online.
Yuna managed to keep her streak alive and defeated Aeris, making her the newest inductee to the Arcade Sushi Cosplay Hall of Fame. So now let's welcome two new combatants with the same name: Sakura from Street Fighter and Sakura from Naruto. Both their names mean "cherry blossom" but only one of them can claim to be the best.
The Cosplay of the Day is a Street Fighter whose hair seems to defy gravity and sense of style appears out of place in a fight, but she's proven herself to be pretty adept at keeping that coif looking perfect and her outfit clean. Let's take a look at Crimson Viper!
Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat. One is a franchise known for rural brawls and fireballs, and the other is an American IP known for flying spears and "Get-Over-Heres." Both are huge franchises, spanning many spin-offs and re-imaginings, but when you compare them in a head-to-head battle, which one comes out with the most life bar left?
It's Friday! Whoo! The spotlight today falls on Street Fighter 4's Juri, cosplayed by Vanessa Wedge.