Kage, meaning “shadow” in Japanese, is the physical embodiment of the Satsui no Hado, an evil force rooted in humanity’s obsession with power. Those who have control over this force, like Akuma, carry immense strength, but at the cost of their humanity. Ryu is one such being who knows the Satsui no Hado exists within him and has been struggling to keep it at bay. Hypothetically, if Ryu let the Satsui no Hado consume him, the being known as Evil Ryu takes over and begins a path of destruction. However, after the events of Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition, Ryu has been able to overcome the Satsui no Hado’s influence and be at peace…until the force decides to have a mind of its own.
In creating this big expansion that we’re calling Iceborne, we’ve taken into account a lot of the feedback from the community. In addition to more content, we’re also adding lots of quality of life improvements to make the gameplay even more comfortable and enjoyable, so we think users are going to really enjoy what’s to come.
Street Fighter has always been about the roster of vibrant personalities and styles. In this free trial, you’ll be able to play the original 16 characters that came with Street Fighter V.
Just to recap, we’re bringing you a brand new environment, new monsters, new equipment to forge, a new quest difficulty rank, and much more! We’ll have more details on this expansion in spring 2019, so stay tuned.
The Blue Bomber’s new Double Gear System offers players several options for how they approach the variety of stages in Mega Man 11.
It has been over 17 years since Onimusha: Warlords first appeared on PS2, kicking off a beloved series that spawned sequels and spin-offs full of intense sword fights, duty-bound warriors, and demons determined to envelop the world in darkness. After selling more than two million copies worldwide on PS2, we’re proud to announce Onimusha: Warlords is coming to PS4 with a host of features that will enhance your samurai adventure!
First revealed back at Capcom Cup 2017, G and Sagat have officially joined Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition as the final two characters from Season 3! In a pleasant surprise to our fans, who may have only suspected G to be released in August, also available at the same time is the much-anticipated Sagat to finish off this spectacular season that began with the launch of Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition back in January. Both of these imposing characters have their own unique story and move set, which makes them welcome additions to the roster.
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