takes a look at the newest Capcom collaboration between Hello Kitty and Street Fighter, which will spawn merchandise next year. It's...different.

"Last year, (2009) was referred to by many as the year of the fighting game. The ridiculously anticipated Street Fighter 4 blew gamers away and more or less revived the genre. Marvel vs Capcom 2 returned to modern consoles, a move applauded by both new and hardcore fans. Tekken [6] landed on a non-Sony console for the first time ever, earning mostly positive feedback and reviews. Not to mention Guilty Gear developer Arc System Works made the beautiful BlazBlue. Overall it was a fantastic year ..."

"When it comes to fighting games, Capcom is still considered the king among many gamers. The solid gameplay offered in Capcom franchises keep hardcore virtual combatants coming back for more. But there is one thing that draws us in besides the physics engines and collision detection. It's the female fighters. That's why we've compiled a list of the sexiest female characters from Capcom fighters. Sure the pickings were slim when women first entered the Capcom fighting scene back in Street Fight..."

"His ‘X’ marks properly applied on, his chest hair fully grown, his stomach even a little flabby. Well, nevermind the flabby stomach. But look at that beard!"


  1. World of Warcraft
  2. Tetris
  3. Peggle
  4. Everquest
  5. The Sims
  6. Bejeweled
  7. Starcraft
  8. Pac-Man
  9. Street Fighter II
  10. Doom
  11. Halo 3
  12. Fallout 3
  13. Counter-Strike
  14. Grand Theft Auto IV
  15. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
  16. Gears of War 2
  17. Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
  18. Animal Crossing
  19. Rock Band 2
  20. Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2
  21. Super Mario Bros. 3
  22. Madden NFL 09
  23. Solitaire
  24. Burnout Paradise
  25. Frogger

"Street Fighter Devotion is pleased to announce Street Fighter Reunion: The Television Series. The show follows the events of Street Fighter: The Later Years and will be shot fully in Widescreen HD for this Live Action Street Fighter series. Producer and Actor, Mike Fass (Zangief), sat down with us for this exclusive Announcement Interview."

VideoGamer had a chance to interview Yoshinori Ono, one of the Street Fighter IV producers. He talks about how he is going to try and stop the lag in the online modes, the criticism of the game being too much like Street Fighter II, and tons more.