Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition – Falke Gameplay Trailer Streamed

The official Street Fighter Youtube channel has updated with a new character for Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition. The latest trailer features a look at Falke, who is Ed’s Trainer at Shadowloo. Falke will join the roster as a part of the third season of DLC for game, which will be available on April 24. Source: Street Fighter

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The Drop Episode 21: Capcom’s V Reversal

This week’s The Drop sees Fighter xaos tackle what seems to be a crazy packed news week in terms of gaming, especially fighting games. Namco Bandai shows they are not out of steam yet, and Capcom seems to have gotten a miraculous second wind. In addition, this episode of The Drop also marks a new beginning. Over on my let’s play group channel, The Game Riffers, my co-hosts and I decided to re-brand as the all encompassing brand name “The Geek Fighters” which we were known as about 7 years…

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Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition Intro Cinematic Streamed

The official Street Fighter Youtube channel has updated with the intro cinematic for Street Fighter V Arcade Edition.  The cinematic features a beautiful intro to several of the characters that are featured in the game. For those who haven’t been following, Street Fighter V Arcade Edition will will feature all 28 characters included the newly added characters from both the Season 1 and Season 2 DLC. The Arcade edition of the game will also feature an extra V-Trigger for each character. The game will also feature Arcade mode.  As a reminder those who…

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Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition V-Trigger Trailer Streamed

The official Street Fighter Youtube channel has updated with a new trailer for Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition.  The latest trailer features a look at some of the V-Triggers and various new combos.  A demo for the game will be featured at this year’s Playstation Experience that will be held on December 9-10.  As a reminder those who already own the standard version of the game will be able to receive the new content that is available for the Arcade Edition as free DLC.  Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition will be released for the Playstation 4 on January 16, 2018. Source: Street Fighter 

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The Drop Episode 17: A Fighting Game Christmas

On this week’s The Drop, xaos comes back from relaxing over the weekend, only to discover the Ninja Turtles are in Injustice, and Final Fantasy’s Noctis in Tekken 7! In addition, xaos learns of several unverified leaks that actually might be real! It looks like it is going to be a fighting game Christmas! To round things out, xaos also discusses the possibility that the DC cinematic universe will be “reset;” a term currently being thrown around by Warner Brothers. Furthermore, xaos looks at the recent episode of Dragon Ball…

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The Drop Episode 12: Justice League Arcade Edition

First off, Fighter xaos would like to apologize for lowering the quality of this video, as he had to lower the quality to give himself time to work on another video and his web-comic. Now, in this week’s The Drop, Fighter xaos talks about Street Fighter V’s new Arcade Edition. Then he gets into various gaming news including Playstation’s new leadership. Fighter Xaos finishes things with his thoughts on the one hour Dragon Ball Super special that was about the fight between Jiren and Goku.   Follow Me Here: FIGHTER…

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Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition Announced

The official Playstation blog has updated with an announcement that they will be releasing a new version of Street V Fighter. The latest version of the game is titled, “ Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition” and will be released for the Playstation 4 on January 16, 2018. The game will feature all 28 characters included the newly added characters from both the Season 1 and Season 2 DLC. An extra character will be added to the roster at a later date.  This version of the game will also feature a second V-Trigger added to each character. One of the best additions…

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RRPG’s Two-Cents: Nintendo Switch Has a Brighter Future!

From what was shown in the recent Nintendo Direct, I am a strong believer in that notion seeing as how both Doom from last year and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus are on their way for the platform. Those titles and a game like L.A. Noire from Rockstar Games just makes me giddy, and very excited that Nintendo’s troubles with getting third-parties on board seems like a closed journey. However, things can change if they do not play their cards right, or that people who have a Nintendo Switch do…

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