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Street Fighter V

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Based on 98 critic reviews
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Available on:PlayStation 4Feb 16, 2016
PCFeb 15, 2016

Publisher: Capcom

Genre: Fighting

The legendary fighting franchise returns with STREET FIGHTER® V! Stunning visuals depict the next generation of World Warriors in unprecedented detail, while exciting and accessible battle mechanics deliver endless fighting fun that both beginners and veterans can enjoy. Challenge your friends online, or compete for fame and glory on the Capcom Pro Tour.

The path to greatness begins here: RISE UP!

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81 / 100
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So, so good for the genre-savvy, but beginners be warned: Street Fighter V does nothing to help you grow as a player.

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No Recommendation / Blank

Street Fighter 5's brilliant combat is let down by a barebones launch and server trouble.

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8 / 10.0

It's hard to criticize something that seems like it was tailor-made for a wannabe competitive player like me, but I just can't ignore how little Street Fighter 5 does for the average fighting game player. It sports a wonderful, diverse cast of characters, places a clear emphasis on strong fundamental play, it gives competitive players a great online experience, and it does it all while looking gorgeous. Strictly in terms of mechanics and competitive features, Street Fighter 5 is just about peerless, but it has quite a ways to go before it stacks up against other fighting games - including its own predecessor - in terms of overall content.

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Street Fighter 5 is deep, endlessly fun, and immensely inviting, but local competitive play is currently the primary way to enjoy it.

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