Articles tagged with: Street Fighter
Contrary to popular opinion, voice acting can be an extremely stressful job, and painfully difficult to sustain a livelihood from. However, a handful of talented people make the job look (and sound) easy, and their extensive portfolios are a testament to their skills. This week, PS3 Attitude is paying tribute to five of our favourite voice actors, and taking a look at their established careers.
Throughout Gamescom week our inbox gets barraged by publishers pushing trailers. We can’t complain. We love them, and we know you do too.
That’s why we decided to collect our favourites and put them together in an article. It turned out we couldn’t narrow them down to 10, so we thought we might as well give you 37.
Street Fighter X Tekken for Vita is getting a bit of a marketing push with the latest video to come from Capcom. In it we are introduced with some enhanced functionality and exclusive features prone to be included in many recent Vita releases. Are you ready to wait for a release date announcement before you can be ready to wait for another Street Fighter re-release?
Introducing a new weekly feature, in which PS3 Attitude takes an irreverent* look at the world of gaming. Today we’re discussing five sequels that, if we had our way, would never have seen the light of day; although, in a way we’re glad they did, because otherwise we wouldn’t have been able to write this article.
*At least 37% of the following is probably incorrect.
PS Vita was tragically undersold by Sony during their E3 keynote speech. An early leak spoiled the Assassin’s Creed 3: Liberation announcement, so our only “surprise” came when we got a title for an already announced Call of Duty game. Oh, we got a logo too.
We’ve scanned the list of confirmed upcoming games. Here are some of the most noteworthy
Not to be outdone by themselves year in and year out, Capcom has announced a repackaging of four Street Fighter games including a few extras in the Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Collector’s Set for PS3. Additionally, a global Street Fighter tournament will be held from July through the end of the “Year of the Dragon”.
Capcom’s annual Captivate event always provides a good picture of what to expect from the company for the following 12 months.
The important things to take away from Captivate 2012 are as follows: Lost Planet 3 is coming, Albert Wesker has a son, Street Figther x Tekken on PS Vita should match the quality of the PS3 version and Dante is a “sexual deviant”. That’s right.
It has to be said that there have been a lot of Street Fighter games over the years. Actually, including all the reskins and remakes that fans have been treated to recently, we count at least eight Capcom fighters on PlayStation 3 alone. Bearing that in mind, is Street Fighter X Tekken a worthy addition to this established series, or simply more of the same?
This is a tough generation for Japanese devs working on PS3 with sales and enthusiasm for their products down well below normal and healthy levels.
The UK PS3 game sales charts for 2011 (compiled by GFK Chart-Track) featured no games in the top 10 from Japan. The list was instead dominated by American, Australian, Canadian and European studios. In addition, Japanese devs barely figured in the top 100 multiplatform charts too, excluding the always prolific Nintendo devs.
As you’re well aware, our fearless leader will be running one of the toughest 10k obstacle courses in the country. Not only that, but he’ll be doing it all for charity. So far we’ve managed to raise a little more than £200 for GamesAid, PS3 Attitude’s charity of choice. We know we can do better than that, though. So, how about a little incentive to encourage donations?
We’ve scoured through the PS3 Attitude offices and contacted our loyal developer friends and have gathered up some awesome prizes that include video games, t-shirts, download codes, and a whole lot more.
Here’s what we have gathered so far and what you have to do for your chance to win…
A new annual PSN event is being introduced by Sony called PLAY for users in North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. The event will showcase four PSN titles, and offer people the chance to pre-order “PLAY” titles to gain DLC content and themes. Those who pre-order all PLAY titles will get PayDay: The Heist for free.
Don’t you just love people who have too much time on their hands? They create the most unexpected and wonderful things. If it wasn’t for these good people, we wouldn’t know who would win in a wrestling bout between Ryu and Ken, Zangief and Vega, or Blanka and Dhalsim.
Sometimes, there are games you can always go back to no matter what. Even though Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, Bayonetta, and God of War III are all awesome, they never fully satisfied my needs as a gamer. There was just something missing and they all felt too familiar. Unique experiences like Heavy Rain are great and all, but it’s not exactly what I’m looking for in a game. Is it a must have? Absolutely. There’s only so much you can get from Heavy Rain though, and that’s a problem when you want more.
This year, there was one game that went beyond pushing buttons, understanding an intriguing story, or simply having fun. It became something far more significant, shaping the way I think, the things I want to do, and provided experiences that are both nostalgic and new at the same time. That game was Super Street Fighter IV, my 2010 Game of the Year.
Capcom has announced the release dates for each of the new Super Street Fighter IV alternate costume packs. It’s going to be quite a long wait.
The first pack of new costumes for Super Street Fighter IV hit the PlayStation Network on October 26th. A new trailer in English has been released along with screenshots for what seems to be the first batch of costumes.
Here’s an up close and personal look at the limited edition Chun-Li FightStick from Mad Catz.
Capcom released a new trailer today showing off the new alternate costumes coming to Super Street Fighter IV.
Yoshinori Ono released six pieces of concept art today showing off the new Super Street Fighter IV alternative costumes. Sagat has hair!
The location tests for Super Street Fighter IV arcade have begun in Japan and Yun and Yang are finally confirmed as playable characters.
According to the SSFIV blog, future developments regarding the console version will be announced at TGS. Will the changes from the arcade version make it as DLC? Although nothing is confirmed yet, it does seem likely.