Remember those guys from the opening screen of Street Fighter 2? Finally, their identity has been revealed.You know, these guys.They'd face off at the start…
The name of two iconic characters have been revealed.
The identities of the two men fighting at the beginning of 'Street Fighter II' have been revealed. It turns out they're more than just random characters fighting for show.
For over 25 years, we’ve stared dumbfounded at the two dudes fighting in Street Fighter II’s arcade intro. Who are these guys?
A mystery revolving around two anonymous characters in Street Fighter 2 is solved a full 25 years after the game was released, courtesy of new information shared by Capcom.
One of gaming's most persistent mysteries has been solved.
Way back in the early 90s, the Street Fighter II arcade machine began with, appropriately enough, a street fight. But who are those two gentlemen engaging in unsanctioned fisticuffs? As of today, one of gamings greatest mysteries has finally been solved.
Capcom’s CEO Kenzo Tsujimoto has shared that the various issues encountered with “Street Fighter 5” pushed the company to revisit its game development timelines and review its portfolio.
'Street Fighter V' looks and feels unfinished. Capcom says it will be giving its games more development time in the future.
Capcom was forced to admit to a few mistake this week after Street Fighter V came in well under expectations.
After the low sales of Street Fighter V, Capcom has decided to change their strategy allowing more time for game development in hopes of higher quality.
Capcom's Kenzo Tsujimoto announced that the company will allow more development time for future releases following the troubled launch of Street Fighter V.
Street Fighter V’s launch was imperfect, to put it mildly. A lack of single-player features, an online mode that functioned at only the most basic level with no consideration give to concerns like l
The company now wants to take more time with its titles for better quality.
Street Fighter V came in under expectations with 1.4 million sales. The general consensus seems to be that what was there at launch just wasn't enough -- it needed more time. That's certainly how I felt as a dormant fan of the series who ne...
Capcom's CEO Kenzo Tsujimoto shared several refreshingly candid thoughts on why Street Fighter V feel short of expectations, through...
Fans have been pelting Capcom with criticisms about the lack of content present in Street Fighter V since it launched back in February, and Capcom has generally made excuses for it... until now. The company finally admitted what gamers knew all along.
Company says it plans to dedicate more time to development
Capcom’s Street FIghter V is the latest installment in the Street Fighter V but it wasn’t necessarily off to the best start. There were issues...
Street Fighter 5 had an uncomfortable launch, and Capcom has learned its lesson. Capcom will extend development periods after Street Fighter 5 launch…
It probably should have had a little more time in development