"'Street Fighter V’ is set to release exclusively on the PlayStation 4. With that being said, we take a look at how the franchise has evolved since the early 90s. The original ‘Street Fighter’ was released in 1987 which introduced the classic fighting style which fans love till today. However it wasn’t until 1992’s ‘Street Fighter 2: The World Warrior’, that gamers were hooked onto their Super NES consoles."
Leviathyn.com's Cassidee Moser delves into the list of gaming's greatest females to pull out the twenty best and most badass gals. These are the ladies you don't want to mess with and could wipe the floor with any male hero you place in front of them. They are the epitome of the strong woman image.
"Number 7 on the countdown is the kind of woman you'd like to meet in a back alley somewhere... assuming your goal in life is to get your face kicked in by a girl. And kicking, I tell ya, that's this lady's thing. But look on the bright side: all that legwork apparently helped her develop some amazing glutes, and you might get some nice up-skirt shots while you're lying on the ground collecting your teeth."
"Good news for PS3 fans that do not like DRM in there video games. The up coming Street Fighter 3 Third Strike will be DRM free. This has been confirmed today by Capcom. To sum up what this means for you, the game will be playable offline – a mode which had previously been missing from other Capcom games that did have DRM that forced players to be online at all times if they wished to play the game at all."