The legendary fighting franchise returns with STREET FIGHTER® V! Stunning visuals depict the next generation of World Warriors in unprecedented detail, while exciting and accessible battle mechanics deliver endless fighting fun that both beginners and veterans can enjoy.
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Release Date: Feb 15, 2016

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June 30

SFV “A Shadow Falls” and Two New Characters Release

Hey everyone! On July 1st, we will release a major new update for Street Fighter V. The update will include a ton of new content, including the highly-anticipated cinematic story mode titled “A Shadow Falls” as well as the next two characters to join the roster:  Ibuki and Balrog. The story mode will be available to all players as free downloadable content, and all released post-launch characters can be purchased using in-game earned Fight Money or real currency.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Cinematic Story Mode

The Cinematic Story Mode must be downloaded as a separate update from the PS Store or Steam Store. All players will have to first patch Street Fighter V with the 1.04 update by logging into CFN and then download the Cinematic Story Mode update for it to be accessible in the game.

Server Maintenance

We will be conducting server maintenance starting June 30th at 14:00 PT / 10 PM BST / 11 PM CET with the update going live on July 1st at 00:00 PT (midnight) / 08:00 BST / 09:00 CET.



“A Shadow Falls”

The Street Fighter V cinematic story expansion is divided into five acts and takes place between Street Fighter IV and Street Fighter III, bridging the events that happen in between the two stories. “A Shadow Falls,” depicts the ultimate battle between the evil Shadaloo organization and the heroic World Warriors who rise up against them.  As the story unfolds, players will enter battles using each of the core 16 characters, in addition to the 6 (released and unreleased) 2016 DLC characters, each with their own unique contribution to the epic clash. “A Shadow Falls” is free content available to all players and it marks the first time in franchise history that consumers will be able to play through this type of cinematic experience in a Street Fighter game. The epic battle between good and evil begins soon… who will RISE UP?



Balrog

Announced earlier this week, Balrog is one of the most iconic characters in Street Fighter history, first appearing as a boss character in Street Fighter II.  He’s always been one of the most vicious characters to ever appear in the series, using his devastating boxing style and questionable tactics to do whatever it takes to win a fight. Balrog’s playstyle in Street Fighter V puts the focus on his powerful punches, and with the use of his V-Trigger, he can chain these attacks together to deal some serious damage.



Ibuki

Also being added to the SFV roster, Ibuki is a very tricky, technical character with loads of new ninjutsu tricks up her sleeve. Ibuki is a mobile character with various target combos, but now she has even more ways to mix-up the opponent with the ability to glide through the air and toss out ninja bombs, making it very difficult to predict where she will land and where her next attack will come from.

In addition to “A Shadow Falls” and the next two characters, the update will also include:


  • New stages – Balrog’s Las Vegas stage and Karin’s Kanzuki Family Private Beach stage are brand new and will be available to purchase using Fight Money or real currency. Additionally, three new alternate stage options will become available.

  • New costume options – Premium Battle Costumes for all 20 released characters, as well as Karin’s Premium Summer Costume, will be available to purchase using real currency. Balrog and Ibuki’s Story Costumes will be purchasable using either Fighter Money or real currency.
  • In-game Currency Shop – The in-game store will be upgraded with the PlayStation Store and Steam real money purchase options, for their respective platform. For players who want to purchase content like new characters, stages and costumes outright without using Fight Money, the process will be familiar with purchases happening through the established first party infrastructures.
  • Matchmaking improvements – Faster and smarter matching, resulting in higher quality matches and a better online experience overall.
The pricing for the extra Street Fighter V content is as follows:


New Characters
(FM)100,000 | $5.99/€5.99/£4.99
New Stages
(FM)70,000 | $3.99/€3.99/£3.29
Alternate Stages
(FM)40,000 | $1.99/€1.99/£1.69
Story Costumes
(FM)40,000 | $1.99/€1.99/£1.69
Premium Costumes (No Fight Money option)
$3.99/€3.99/£ 3.29
 

That’s it for today! Enjoy the weekend with all the new content and be sure to tell us what you think by sounding off in the comments or sending us a message at @StreetFighter on Twitter.  

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June 27

Balrog to be included with Ibuki and the Cinematic Story Mode Update



Hello again, Street Fighters! We have a ton of new information to share with you today regarding the latest update to Street Fighter V! As many of you may have seen last night during CPT Premier Event CEO2016, Balrog will also be released with this update alongside Ibuki and the Cinematic Story Mode! The update will go live in all territories on July 1st at 00:00 (midnight) PST after the scheduled server maintenance is complete, which starts on June 30th at 14:00 PST.

That’s not all though! We have even more content lined up for this release including additional costumes and new stages!

Balrog is one of the most iconic characters in Street Fighter history, first appearing as one of the Four Kings of Shadaloo in Street Fighter II as a boss character.  He’s always been one of the most vicious characters to ever appear in the series, using his devastating boxing style to knock out his opponents.



Before joining Shadaloo and moving his way up in the ranks to become one of M. Bison’s highest ranking officers, he was one of the greatest boxing champions of his time. His style of boxing, which uses illegal techniques such as head-butting, eventually got him banned from competing due to causing extreme harm to his opponents.  In short, Balrog will do whatever it takes to win a fight and with the end goal always being to obtain more wealth.



Outside of Street Fighter II, he also appeared in Street Fighter Alpha 3 and Street Fighter IV, not to mention various cross-over titles such as Capcom vs SNK and Street Fighter X Tekken.



Balrog in Street Fighter V still remains as one of Shadaloo’s top enforcers, working alongside M. Bison, F.A.N.G and Vega.  Be sure to check out his Character Story and of course the Cinematic Story Mode to see what sort of trouble he gets himself into this time around.



His playstyle in Street Fighter V puts the focus on his devastating punches, and with the use of his V-Trigger, he can chain these attacks together to deal serious damage. He also has a few cheap attacks up his sleeve to keep the fight in his favor, so don’t let your guard down for a moment!





V-Skill: KKB

A unique move that twirls his body while moving forward. While activated, you can dodge projectiles as well as string together attacks. You can even activate KKB before a special hits you, allowing you to be a technical inside fighter.

 



V-Trigger: Crazy Rush

A chance to be the aggressor when activated! Steam rises from his body and allows you to string together specials like Charging Buffalo and Bursting Buffalo.



 

Critical Art: Gigaton Blow

Unleash the fury from your fist with this simple, yet destructive critical art. It can be connected with various moves. Make sure to include it in your combos.

New Stages and Costumes







To ensure this release packs an even bigger punch, Balrog’s story costume and premium battle costume will become available on 7/1,  as well as a revival of the classic Las Vegas stage from Street Fighter II! The streets are lined with neon signs as you are cheered on by a fired up crowd.





That’s not all either. This summer, Street Fighter V is about to heat up! The Kanzuki Family Private Beach will now be available as an all new battle stage. This will also be released with the update on 7/1 and can be purchased for 70,000 fight money. Also, Karin’s premium summer costume will be available to purchase as part of this latest update. These can both be purchased from the PS Store and Steam for $3.99 / €3.99 / £3.29.

As a reminder, all character Battle Costumes will be available for purchase on July 1st through both the PS Store and Steam. Check out this previous post for the full rundown.

Juri and Urien





All of you probably saw the teaser we released for both Juri and Urien as part of the Balrog trailer. While they aren’t ready for official release just yet, they will be playable in the Cinematic Story Mode, and we wanted to share their official artwork showcasing their designs. As you can see, they have a brand new look with Urien in a high-end suit and Juri in a biker outfit. Updates on their playstyles will be coming soon!

As always, thanks to all our fans for the continued support. We’re committed to making Street Fighter V the best in the series and value everyone’s feedback as we continue to update the game. We’re eager to hear what you think of the Cinematic Story Mode and all the additional content included with this update coming later this week.

Until then, follow us on Twitter @StreetFighter for the latest news and updates.

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Reviews

“deep, endlessly fun an immensely inviting”
4.5 / 5 stars – GamesRadar+

“the most accessible the franchise has ever been and remains mechanically brilliant”
4 out of 5 stars – Escapist

“excellent fighting game”
8.0 / 10 – IGN

About This Game

The legendary fighting franchise returns with STREET FIGHTER® V! Stunning visuals depict the next generation of World Warriors in unprecedented detail, while exciting and accessible battle mechanics deliver endless fighting fun that both beginners and veterans can enjoy. Challenge your friends online, or compete for fame and glory on the Capcom Pro Tour. The path to greatness begins here: RISE UP!

Download the cinematic story DLC “A Shadow Falls” today for FREE! Seven “Black Moons” are deployed by Shadaloo, granting M. Bison unimaginable power, as the earth falls into darkness. Seeing the moons mysteriously appear in the sky, Ryu, Ken, and Chun-Li embark on an epic journey around the world to retrieve fragment pieces that are the key to stopping the “Black Moons” before it’s too late. Along the way, they encounter the rest of the World Warriors, each of whom have their own agendas and motivations in mind. The final battle between good and evil begins now…

FEATURES

  • New and Returning Characters: Classic characters like Ryu, Chun-Li, Charlie Nash and M. Bison return! Many more new and returning characters will be added to the diverse roster, offering a wide variety of fighting styles for players to choose from.
  • New Strategies and Battle Mechanics: Highly accessible new battle mechanics, which revolve around the V-Gauge and EX Gauge, provide an unprecedented layer of strategy and depth to the franchise that all players can enjoy.
    • V-Trigger: Unique abilities that use the entire V-Gauge, which allow players to turn the tide of battle.
    • V-Skill: Unique skills for each character that can be done at any time.
    • V-Reversal: Unique counterattacks that use one stock of the V-Gauge.
    • Critical Arts: Ultimate attacks that use the entire EX Gauge.
  • PC and PS4 Cross-Platform Play: For the first time in franchise history, the online community will be unified into a single player pool, allowing for even more rivalries to be born.
  • Next Gen Visuals: Unreal Engine 4 technology pushes the realism and next-gen visuals to new heights, making this latest entry the best looking and most immersive Street Fighter game of all time.
  • Rise up: Ranking leaderboards track players careers and are integrated with the Capcom Pro Tour, the premier league destination for competitive fighting games.
  • More to Come! Stay tuned for more announcements regarding new characters, stages, features, and more.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7 64-bit
    • Processor: Intel Core i3-4160 @ 3.60GHz
    • Memory: 6 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 480, GTX 570, GTX 670, or better
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible soundcard or onboard chipset
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7 64-bit and above
    • Processor: Intel Core i5-4690K @3.50GHz or AMD FX-9370
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 960 or AMD Radeon R7 370
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible soundcard or onboard chipset
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Salviati
116.8 hrs on record
Posted: August 23
8 frame input delay. Character balance is atrocious. The game feels like you're playing SF 4 on opiates with an gravitational force pushing back against your characters. There is no arcade mode. Fight money (the stuff you gain through playing to unlock content [stages/characters/costumes]) is a grind. In a practical sense you can only gain enough to unlock a few characters OR costumes. Some costumes/stages aren't even available to purchase with fight money, only real money.

The networking aspects are plagued with problems, server rollbacks that happen in real time. So on your screen you think you are hitting someone, but the game blinks and they're hitting you instead.

SF5 marks Capcom's worst effort to date, and their business model is to keep your interest "fresh" by dripping new character releases ever few weeks/months.

The game tends to crash frequently if you tab out. And now you're penalized for crashing or rage quitting and lose 1,000 ranking points and get banned from online play for 24 hours at a time.

As a fighter it is a poor product, technical issues notwithstanding. This game looks and plays like an indie effort trying to emulate the Street Fighter brand. The mechanics are hollowed and boiled down. It lacks depth and there's not a lot of variance between how one Ryu plays and another because the game has taken a very systematic approach to gameplay. In the end, it's a very empty experience and it's not one that can necessarily be "fixed."

Capcom's efforts at technical fixes have come at a snail's pace and generally create more problems than they solve.

Pass up this one and thank me later.
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TzoR
1.0 hrs on record
Posted: August 23
incredably limited characters, no changing characters in multiplayer lounge and no voice chat
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James
2.1 hrs on record
Posted: August 23
If you're looking for a Street Fighter game, Street Fighter IV is the better choice right now with a significantly more diverse roster.
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DBZFORMERS
34.2 hrs on record
Posted: August 23
Product received for free
good gameplay, spotty netcode, but it's not as bad as every1 says, all in all, pick it up when its on sale and itll be no harm done
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ByR
221.0 hrs on record
Posted: August 23
The online part is the biggest disaster in the earth since Hiroshima or Hitler. Half of the matches are laggy, most of the time the problem is not the connection, the problem is that netcode is an incredible and giant piece of ♥♥♥♥.

The rollbacks usually are onesided, and if you minimize and maximize the game, then you are fine but your opponent has rollbacks now, its like a new level of yomi and mixups where you should have the keyboard near the stick to do it.

Thats why most people disconnects, but CAPCOM, full of incompetence and ignorance thought that the best method to fix disconnects is punishing players with 24h bans... even in casual mode. Now I'm going to explain the online experience in this game with an example:

wednesday 18:00 I love SF, so I need to give them another opportunity, it's like you love your ex-girlfriend a lot and you try to talk with her a lot of times but she always hurts you again.

wednesday 18:05 Ok, I'm going to try some casual matches, because all my friends stopped to play this ♥♥♥♥ online months ago.

wednesday 18:15 I pushed the search button 10 minutes ago but the game is searching an opponent yet, I think it's broken, I'll try to restart the search

wednesday 18:19 Woooh, the game found an opponent!, ops, is searching again.

wednesday 18:25 Another opponent!, ok ok, this one is real!

wednesday 18:45 Yeah, this is the last transition screen of the game, I don't know why capcom wants to show 49 transition screens that last more than 30 seconds each, every ♥♥♥♥ing battle.

wednesday 18:46 My opponent is rashid, lets go! ehm... wait, he was standing and in the next frame he is recovering from a fliying kick that hit me... all in one frame, nice. Time to alt+f4, it's unplayable, because well, after a match there are a lot of transition screens again and I appreciate my time.

wednesday 18:50 I'm banned because I didn't want to play an unplayable match.

wednesday 18:53 I'm playing overwatch, a game that connect 12 players in less than 1 minute, without lag or teleports, well, like most online games that are not made by ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ monkeys.

DONT BUY THIS GAME IF YOU WANT TO USE IT ONLINE!
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riesz
106.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 23
Garbage online infrastructure, garbage netcode, garbage game design, mediocre PC performance and garbage keyboard support.

Wish Steam had a longer refund policy on games that are broken from the start and never get fixed.
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Nazza
154.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 23
Whether or not you are the type of person to pay $6 for a costume, you cannot deny that the gameplay is solid, and Capcom *does* provide solid support for the game, despite it being slower than what most people would like it to be.

Most of the season's DLC characters are out, and there is a free story DLC included. There's no real reason not to jump into (figuratively, please don't play the floor is lava) Street Fighter if you haven't already. I would only not recommend if you have an extremely unreliable internet connection and disinterest in multiplayer games.

Next month will include an update that will add daily challenges and arcade mode.
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[DSAS]Seffyroff
1.6 hrs on record
Posted: August 22
I prefer the fighting itself over SF4, but come on Capcom - just put an arcade mode in. Or add some Steam Workshop logic so we can make our own as a mod..
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JamesTheRipper
11.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 22
There are so many possibilities and ways to approach the game I cannot get enough of it.
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xXx_SpillErEnEkteKunst_xXx
18.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 22
Best fighting game I have ever played THOUGH its really expensive and to get the complete game you will probably need to spend about 25-60Eur in DLC. The gameplay is fantastic but the price is horrifying.
7/10
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528 of 706 people (75%) found this review helpful
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Recommended
258.4 hrs on record
Posted: July 26
Mortal Kombat X:
Has an awful launch, developer abandones the game instead of fixing it. Considered one of the best recent fighting games.
Street Fighter V:
Has an awful launch, developer works hard to fix issues, turning it into one of the most accessable and balanced fighting games of all time. Considered the biggest failure of the genre.

Seems legit.
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Not Recommended
317.6 hrs on record
Posted: August 13
The core gameplay is amazing, lots of improvements in the gameplay over Street Fighter IV and the battle mechanics are a lot better as well. The BGM is also very good and the Unreal Engine 4 gets the job done on the visual side of things, except the clipping, which is awful to look at in some instances.

On PC, there are no keyboard or language settings which were present in Street Fighter IV from Day 1. These should be standard options!
The absence of Steam Cloud support means that none of your local settings get saved.
Controllers, which aren't Xinput-based, don't work plug and play / without a third-party app.
The game has some audio bugs and sometimes you get disconnected from online servers for no reason.

The game lacks usual single-player game modes, such as the arcade mode, which are present in other fighting games. Certain game modes (survival mode especially) are awfully designed and playing them is rather agony than fun.

Matches online are contaminated by rage-quitters who aren't punished. What's more, the system that is supposed to punish them often malfunctions and punishes those who people have quit on.
The netcode isn't the best, sometimes all the rollbacks are put on one player and not on the other. One player has a flawless match while the other sees nothing but rollbacks/lag which results in an overall terrible experience.

Street Fighter V is badly optimised when it comes to input lag. Players suffer from 8 frames (~0.13s) of input lag by default which is unacceptable in a fighting game. Fortunately, with some trickery, Vsync can be disabled and thus the input lag is decreased by a few frames.

Moreover, Capcom cannot keep their promises when it comes to DLC. They continuously fail to meet expectations, they tease players and then let them down because of their lack of communication and immaturity.

Some gameplay content, which should be earnable for free, is purchasable with real money, but since the game modes, which are supposed to give people in-game currency, are terrible, most players have to resort to purchasing with real money if they want the desired content.

The game was promised to come with SteamOS support. There have been no news since the original announcement in February.

Overall Street Fighter V is an excellent game on the inside, but on the outside it is very bad looking and the issues mentioned ruin the fun. As of August 2016, cannot recommend.
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50 of 67 people (75%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
103.9 hrs on record
Posted: August 3
Street Fighter V
Where do we begin, the main reason this game was rushed out of production was for the Capcom Pro Tour. Because of this, it was quickly put together, thus missing ♥♥♥♥ loads of content and characters, but what makes it worse, Capcom still want you to buy their Amazing Season Pass where you get absolutely nothing that a non-season pass player couldn't get for free.

Pros
*It's the best it could ever be with a priority system that works amazingly well.
*The Stages are vibrant and colourful giving the player a unique experience on every stage, and one stage even has an interactive loss scene.
*All the chararcters feel unique. Even Ken and Ryu feel completely different from 4.
*The free DLC Story was alright, it was extremely predictable but oh well.
*Really great OST.
*This game is extremely easy to pick up with super easy tutorials so someone like my friend Mike (Who sucks at games like this) could pick it up and probably beat somebody online.


Cons
*Absolutely awful connection with some users even when both of our connection bars are at Max it's extremely annoying as sometimes your opponent has none of this lag and perfects your ♥♥♥.
*No way to turn off Rival Music (Ken's theme) as it's extremely annoying to constantly hear the same music over and over
* Survival Mode is the most repetitive thing in the universe you only have to play it once to know how ♥♥♥♥ it really is
What does playing Survival mode offer do you ask? Well it gets you colours, you happy?

Overall, if Capcom had spent more time finishing the game instead of fapping over Pro Tour the game wouldn't get the hate it has right now 7/10
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30 of 39 people (77%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
22.9 hrs on record
Posted: August 12
Review from a new player:

I'm a total beginner at fighting games but after watching EVO this year I decided it was time to give them a shot. I decided on Street Fighter over other fighting games simply because it was the main event at EVO and seemed the most popular. I was a little skeptical after all the negative reviews but I'm glad I still decided to purchase the game. At the time of this review I've logged around 20 hours, purchased a used fight stick, and plan to continue playing which is more then most $60 games keep my attention for.

Pros-
-Nice demonstrations explaining how the game works and terms new players might not be familiar with.
-Character guides that help describe how you should use each character. Its nice for those not familiar with the Street Fighter franchise.
-Story mode was enjoyable. Sometimes the screenplays were a little long but overall I enjoyed it. It started off super easy and became more difficult towards the end. I still haven’t been able to beat it on hard mode but provides a nice challenge and something to work towards. I also liked how it allowed you to play DLC characters to see how you liked them before purchasing.
-Trials are fun and challenging. They provide more content to do for the person who is a completionist like myself.
-Online replays are easy to find and watch. I enjoy watching the top tier players go at it.
-Training mode is easy to use.
-You earn a lot of fight money right away for completing single player features in the game. It is nice to be able to get a DLC character or two that you liked from the story mode for free.
-Both my fight stick and xbox 360 controller worked with no problems. Reconfiguring buttons was very easy.

Natural-
-Character story fell a little short. I like their attempt to further explain each characters story but each one is only 3-4 matches and way to easy, even for a complete beginner like myself.
-Survival mode is redundant. I still find it fun but I just feel like its missing something.

Bad-
-No VS. CPU mode or arcade mode. You can technically do this in training mode but being a fighting game you just expect this to be in the game. My guess is it'll be patched in eventually.
-After the initial wave of fight money you get from single player, the fight money progression is extremely slow. I understand that Capcom needs to make money somewhere but its almost insulting at how little FM you earn after the initial wave. Personally, I'm at a point in my life where I can spend a little extra money on a character I want, but not everyone can do this (especially for a $60 title).

Thoughts on online play-
-I've only logged about 30 or so matches but I find the match making to be pretty good. I realize I am going to be beat a lot online but I do feel like it matches me with people who I can feel like I at least have a shot against. It is pretty simple, you earn points if you win and lose points if you lose. It tries to pair you with someone that has similar amount of points as you. It would be pretty heart breaking if it just paired me against “pros” all the time so I'm glad the game does not do that. Out of my matches, I have only had 1 match that was so laggy it was unplayable and maybe 1 that had periods of slight lag. One compliant is the amount of time it takes to search for an opponent. Sometimes I feel like I am waiting forever. I do think the fact that it auto uses your favorite character pretty annoying. For someone new like me that doesn’t have a main character, it forces me to log out of battle network to switch my favorite character every time I want to play someone new.

Overall I really enjoy the game and think it is a great fighter for someone looking to get into the genre. I would rate it a 9/10. All it is missing is VS CPU mode and arcade mode and I would think of the game as perfect.
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13 of 14 people (93%) found this review helpful
Recommended
11.4 hrs on record
Posted: August 20
This is a tough game to judge from a review. Being a fan of street fighter ever since street fighter 2 came out when I was in grade school I wish I could say this is a 10/10 game.

Unfortunately it is not.

The single player content is sorely lacking, the character story mode is a joke when it comes to the actual fighting part. You get one round fights that my toddler can beat simply by button mashing. The biggest let down to me is no arcade mode like the previous games. Vs mode can only be played locally against another player.

The online part of this game is very good and addicting though. Playing with a stick the gameplay is amazing. I'm not a huge fan of the current roster of fighters, or how some of the orginal fighters have been changed, but I'm sure that will be improved in the coming years as this game grows.

As it stand if your looking for a good fighting game to play online this game is great, if your expecting that great experience to also include the content for single player stick with ultra 4.

Right now this game to me is a 7/10 that hopefully will raise higher in the future as capcom continues to improve this game.
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34 of 52 people (65%) found this review helpful
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Not Recommended
29.4 hrs on record
Posted: July 27
8 frame delay, no direct input support, overpriced DLC, no arcade mode, FM grind is ridiculous, 2016 Season Pass doesn't give you everything, netcode is still ♥♥♥♥. GG Capcom.
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21 of 32 people (66%) found this review helpful
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Not Recommended
95.4 hrs on record
Posted: July 27
5 months in and still no directinput support for multiple fight sticks and gamepads. Unacceptable.
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12 of 16 people (75%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
3.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 20
Ive been noticing alot of the reviews saying it doesnt support ps4 sticks and controllers, but it definitely does it may not have at launch but its certainly in game. And i may not have many hours, but i owned this on ps4 and definitely put my time in. And I have to say street fighter 5 is probably the best street fighter out. I absolutely love 3.S but this game is balanced so nicely and looks and plays so well. its an amazing fighter in my oppinion 100%. And since launch has become a much fuller game! love sfv!
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21 of 34 people (62%) found this review helpful
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Recommended
273.8 hrs on record
Posted: August 12
I love Street Fighter, let me start there. Gameplay wise is great if a little over simplified. Online is where the bull starts, taking forever to find a match, no ping info just a bar system that is not accurate, only if you see one bar you know it will suck, but then not always and 5 bars it might lag all over, why not use ping? Why not use something like fightcade to see who is playing on casual matchs and let us play more than 3 sets. I know you can make your own lobby, but inviting people is a drag since there is no steam integration like sf4. Training mode is good, but the game is so simple that you will not use it for long. No arcade mode. The history mode is crap, especially if you love the lore of SF, is a rush garbage addon to satisfy casual rage. There is few characters, but they are different and no clones. Would I recommend it, sure as a service game, for 20 or 30 dollars, not full price. Capcom seems to be run by old people and guys like Ono and Peter Rosas have to fight to get SF to the modern standards, not succeeding against the old farts Japanese management at Capcom.
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Recommended
154.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 23
Whether or not you are the type of person to pay $6 for a costume, you cannot deny that the gameplay is solid, and Capcom *does* provide solid support for the game, despite it being slower than what most people would like it to be.

Most of the season's DLC characters are out, and there is a free story DLC included. There's no real reason not to jump into (figuratively, please don't play the floor is lava) Street Fighter if you haven't already. I would only not recommend if you have an extremely unreliable internet connection and disinterest in multiplayer games.

Next month will include an update that will add daily challenges and arcade mode.
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