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Marshall vs. Capcom mixes Street Fighter’s music with Eminem

Marshall vs. Capcom mixes Street Fighter’s music with Eminem

Art is a funny thing. There are things in this world that you wouldn't ever think to put together, because they just don't have anything in common. At least not on the surface. But then someone comes along, mixes two of your favorite things together, and suddenly something wonderful is born. And that's exactly what happened when one group decided to mix Eminem with Street Fighter.

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Street Fighter V gets a surprise release on SteamOS and Linux

Street Fighter V gets a surprise release on SteamOS and Linux

Earlier this month, sad news was delivered to Linux gamers everywhere. Arkham Knight was canceled on their OS of choice (as well as on the Mac). Of course, with all of the issues that PC gamers encountered with the game since its original launch, it really wasn't much of a surprise to see it get canned on other platforms. Thankfully, there are other, better games that will see Linux releases.

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Street Fighter V’s confusing list of what is (and isn’t) available at launch

Street Fighter V’s confusing list of what is (and isn’t) available at launch

Street Fighter V is finally launching for the PlayStation 4 and PC this week (February 16th), and series fans and fighting game aficionados are eager to dive in. Much has been said about the title's extensive plans for DLC, which will include not just new characters, but a story mode and an in-game store and currency. Developer Capcom has detailed the schedule for upcoming content, as well as confirmed what will be included with the game at launch.

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Become Mega Man with these limited edition headphones

Become Mega Man with these limited edition headphones

Ever since I played the first Mega Man game back on the NES, I was hooked. It was a pretty big change from jumping on goombas and hopping over pits. And it had a vastly different feel from shooting games like Contra. While I'll never have the powers of the Blue Bomber, I might be able to look the part, thanks to a new pair of headphones.

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Street Fighter V is coming to SteamOS, will support Steam Controller

Street Fighter V is coming to SteamOS, will support Steam Controller

While Valve has done a lot of work trying to push their SteamOS, it's still far from popular. And while we've seen a lot of games make their way to the platform, it's still missing a lot of big names. Today, Capcom announced that they are working closely with Valve to bring one of their biggest titles to the Linux-based OS.

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New Street Fighter V character, DLC announced

New Street Fighter V character, DLC announced

While it wasn't the first arcade fighting game, Street Fighter is often credited with revolutionizing the genre. The next installment of the franchise is coming soon, and we've got a look at a new character. Capcom also announced the six DLC characters, and how to obtain them.

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Mega Man movie in the works from Fox and Capcom

Mega Man movie in the works from Fox and Capcom

It looks like The Blue Bomber himself is gearing up to hit the big screen. It's been revealed that game developer Capcom is working with 20th Century Fox and Chernin Entertainment to develop a Mega Man movie. While gamers should long know by now to be cautiously optimistic at best when it comes to video games being adapted into movies, the fact that the owners of the Mega Man franchise are involved could be interpreted as a positive sign.

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Mega Man Legacy Collection launches digitally 25 Aug, boxes in 2016

Mega Man Legacy Collection launches digitally 25 Aug, boxes in 2016

Capcom has just revealed that important piece of information that Mega Man fans have been eagerly waiting for since the Legacy Collection was announced in June: a launch date. Or actually, a launch date and a half. In the same breath, Capcom also re-lists all the juicy features that will and on your lap, or on your gaming rigs rather, when the game rolls out on the 25th of August. That said, that date is for the digital edition only, with physical boxes coming much later.

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Street Fighter V intros new character, IAP business model

Street Fighter V intros new character, IAP business model

Street Fighter V is definitely shaking up things. More than just the new Variable system or Ken's fiery new look, the game is changing the way the game itself is sold and delivered. Doing away with all Editions that has become the butt of many jokes, Capcom will sell one and only one Street Fighter V, and that is all that you'll ever need. Everything else will be delivered like software updates, either completely for free, like fixes and balancing patches, or "earnable", like DLCs.

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Capcom spills details on Street Fighter V beta landing on July 23

Capcom spills details on Street Fighter V beta landing on July 23

Scores of gamers have grown up playing Street Fighter and the next game in the franchise is expected to be a big hit. That game is called Street Fighter V and the first playable beta for the fifth installment in the franchise is expected to land on July 23. Ahead of the launch of that beta, Capcom is offering up some details on what players can expect in the beta when it lands.

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Capcom finally makes a wearable Mega Man helmet

Capcom finally makes a wearable Mega Man helmet

Riding on the good will that was generated when it announced Mega Man Legacy last month, Capcom is giving die-hard fans another but more rare treat. At the San Diego Comic Con this year, the game publisher is putting outs its new wares and collectibles, but one that is bound to steal the spotlight is its blue Mega Man helmet. This isn't just a helmet for show, though it definitely serves this purpose. This helmet is actually something you can wear and even has LED lights for maximum effect!

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Capcom removes Ultra Street Fighter 4 from tournament, blames Sony for bugs

Capcom removes Ultra Street Fighter 4 from tournament, blames Sony for bugs

Following the recent news that the release of Ultra Street Fighter IV for the PlayStation 4 has a large number of bugs and glitches, the game's developer Capcom has said that it will be pulled from the official Street Fighter tournaments, taking place this summer. Among the problems with USF4 reported, including audio issues and animation problems, the most damaging has been input lag, or delays between button presses and in-game movements/actions. As Street Fighter is built on some of the most precise timing mechanisms, lag of this sort would be devastating during a tournament.

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