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So, Machinima released this pretty much almost without forewarning. And this is Capcom-approved, so it's technically official. https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLZLTS4u9M_2r89MGqgDNGGxQfmLuhtxqU&v=NyVO0NLoLWE Watched the whole thing, goddamn near perfect. If you want a live-action Street Fighter film that isn't ridiculously cheesy and makes no sense (the old film) or just plain abysmal (Legend of Chun-Li), this is probably the film for you. I really hope they do another 'season'. Best video game adaptation in live-action, IMO.
What can I say about Capcom? I used to be a fan of theirs, but ever since 2011, they've been making alot of bad business decisions, and they've been treating their fans like garbage. Really sad. So I consider the Capcom I used to know dead. They cancel Megaman Universe, they cancel Megaman Legends 3 and blame the fans for it being cancelled (not to mention Keiji Inafune wanted to continue the project, and they wouldn't let him), they release an update of Marvel vs. Capcom 3 only 9 months after the original game came out with a bunch of stuff that should've been DLC instead of a new physical game disc, they sold Devil May Cry to Ninja Theory, they remove the option to delete save games from Resident Evil:Mercenaries, it's sad like I said. So, I put together a tribute video to the Capcom of yesteryear for everyone to remember that they didn't use to be as bad as they are today and used to make quality titles. I'm aware that I left out several important titles, but you can only fit so many games into a 3 minute video.
Street Fighter V, the next entry in the long-running fighting game series that everyone likes to knock for its numerous revisions, is slated for release on the Playstation 4 and PC in early 2016. It utilizes the Unreal Engine 4 ~WHAT WE KNOW SO FAR~ >CHARACTERS: Inital gameplay revealed Ryu and Chun-Li, two of the series mainstays. Nothing too out of the ordinary here. The first bombshell was dropped during EVO, after the grand finals for Ultra SF4...that bombshell? The return of a previously dead character. Guile's own mentor and the originator of the Sonic Boom, Charlie Nash. Recently announced was series villain icon, M. Bison (or Vega if you're Japanese). >AESTHETICS The graphics are still in 3D, just like SF4, but the models this time are less cartoony/"ink-heavy" and more detailed. The stage backgrounds are definitely busier and several stages have destructible environments (for example, busting through the wall of a restaurant and taking the fight inside.) >GAMEPLAY Here's where we get down to the nitty-gritty. First thing, the movement seems a lot more fluid than its predecessor, kind of striking a balance between SFIII: 3rd Strike and SFIV. Some things from SFIV still seem to be present, such as Focus Attacks and the Revenge/Ultra gauge. And an elemental(?) thing also comes into play. So far we've seen Chun-Li with what seems to be water and Ryu with electricity. Any other major technicals have yet to be revealed. Annyways, that's about it. Pre-orders come with Beta Access and stuff so yeah.
http://www.shopto.net/news/46424/Yoshinori-Ono-has-leaves-Capcom-Vancouver/?utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=twitterfeed I've not played much Street Fighter since I was a kid, but this is shocking nonetheless. No word yet on what he's going to do from here.