Looks like famed Street Fighter Ryu is appearing in a commercials for a Turkish car insurance company these days.
Street Fighter just never seems to go out of style. That said, few companies have been able to sustain similar success to the video game with a toy franchise. Since NECA's attempt to revitalize the line SOTA abandoned in 2009, there hasn't been much in the way of Capcom-related combat sports figures. That's something Capo Toys hopes to rectify in 2014.
This past weekend at the Grammys, Taylor Swift launched into a performance of her hit "All Too Well," but was joined on stage by a surprise guest.
If you're a huge fight fan and have a bit of expendable income to drop, why not give the Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Collection Set a look?
Today's feature stars a young ninja who steps out from the shadows to slice you up with her kunai and rain down a flurry of kicks on your head. Let's all give a warm, Cosplay of the Day welcome to Street Fighter's Ibuki!
This one needs no introduction, because you're probably well-acquainted with her famous Cannon Drill kicks. But just in case you don't know who she is, say hello to Street Fighter's Cammy White!
It's probably not some weird Valentine's Day ploy to get us to admit which Street Fighter character we'd want to date, so vote to your heart's content!
Snake versus mongoose. Chocolate versus peanut butter. Ryu versus Ken. Such rivalries have existed since the dawn of time, and while the first two are outside of our area of expertise, the friendly competition between fierce-eyed Ryu Hoshi and blonde-haired Ken Masters is one we can safely pick a winner for. These two train as brothers, occasionally putting their skills to the test with a bit of sparring. Though each street fighter has his points, many gamers feel this question burning deep within their hearts -- when it comes down to it, who is the better world warrior -- Ryu or Ken?