Femme Fatales have been in our fiction for decades and many have become pop culture icons for differing reasons. From the legendary roles of Lauren Bacall and Ava Gardner of the 40s, to more modern incarnations that appear in all forms of media. As such, let’s celebrate the best of the best.
So far I’ve played the game for about five hours now and while I am having fun, the game feels really light on features and feels like it is incomplete. As I haven’t played it enough to do a full review of it or just make any final judgements, here are my first impressions of the game so far:
With the coming release of Street Fighter V, it’s time for us to take a look back and remember all the fond memories we have of the series. As such, let’s discuss who is the best of the best, the champion of champions. To see who are the best Street Fighter characters.
A brief discussion of five of the biggest fighting games of 2016 and speculate on whether or not this will be the year fighting games become “mainstream” again.
Karin has just been revealed to be a returning character in Street Fighter V. Not all that surprising given how huge Karin is in Japan, especially with young woman.
Many consider the Street Fighter storyline complex and unreadable. That is a fair assessment, as the games themselves make it difficult to follow thanks to how they are set up. However, once you are able to get it into a cohesive order, it is actually a very interesting story... As well as horrifying one as you…
Street Fighter V will come with an initial 16 characters (12 old, 4 new) with more coming after launch, all of whom will be free (I’ll get back to this)! As such, here is my personal wish list of characters, who likely won’t make the initial roster, but hopefully will appear later down the line.
Cats can be combative, albeit playful jerks—which makes them great choices for a fighting game, no? Well, if nothing else, this utterly silly (but fun!) rendition of a cat version of Street Fighter by ThePetCollective puts a smile on my face.