Street Fighter Alpha 3

Street Fighter Alpha 3

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

"Now when most people think of sexually attractive characters in gaming, they usually assume it’s only female characters. Developers know that the men of gaming also have to “look good” too. That’s why we’ve sprinkled in a couple of the hottest men in video games as well."

"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..."

"Fighting games occupy a special place in the hearts of gamers. They’re also responsible for countless broken controllers, strained friendships and immensely satisfying victories. Quite nostalgic, isn’t it?"

"In the world of video game vixens, the ladies of Street Fighter are among some of the toughest and sexiest. But it was not always this way. In 1987, the original Street Fighter made its debut in arcades around the world without any female characters. It wasn’t until 1991, with the release of Street Fighter II, that the first female character was introduced: the sexy Chun-Li. Today there are over 30 female characters in the Street Fighter franchise and thousands of enthusiasts who dress like t..."

"After much demand, we've finally wrangled up a gallery of the popular Cammy for this week's Cosplay Babe of the Week. Cammy is one of the most popular characters in the Street Fighter franchise. She originally appeared in Super Street Fighter II:The New Challengers, which was released in arcades in 1993."

"Tyger! Tyger uppercut!

Tyger knee him in the gut.

What jump forward jab or fierce

Could brave this fearful Street Fighter?


What a find! Street Fighter and poetry usually go together like peanut butter and tobacco but we've found these awesome poems that were written with real poems in mind. For example, "Tyger Uppercut" is inspired by William Blake's "The Tyger".

There's also: Carrion Console (Gerard Manley Hopkins' "Carrion Comfort), Fight Song (John Berryman's "Dream Song 14"..."

"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!"

"While there hasn’t been a single PSOne Classic title released in 2009 so far, Sony does have several games in the pipeline. Thanks to the ESRB, gamers can take a glance at the future PSOne Classics appearing on the Playstation Store."

Racketboy has browsed through the plethora of games in the Playstation library and weighed out the defining elements - things that molded the system, and console gaming for years to come.

This is much more than a list of the best Playstation games, it goes into elements that changed gaming as we know it. These are the quintessential video games.

Read through the article for in-depth analysis of the games/series as well as a little back story to each of them that you might not be familia...

"Video game characters are increasingly becoming the poster children for gym membership. With most of gaming’s heroes and heroines being chiseled, pert and with cheek bones you could grate cheese on, there seems to be less and less room for the more gelatinous gentleman in the industry.

That’s why we thought we’d celebrate those characters who said no to Atkins and still managed to pull off moves that would shame most gold-winning Olympians. But while they might seem fighting fit on your co..."