With Street Fighter 6, Capcom is finally ahead of the competition

Wilton Vinck

I have played Street Fighter 6, and it is superior.

It could even be unbelievable. Regardless of playing Street Fighter casually considering the fact that the ’90s, I don’t have nearly the expertise necessary to offer insight on hitboxes or character equilibrium or the other minutia that the preventing match community will scrutinize to pass judgment on this new iteration. Maybe Ryu’s footsie match is truly wildly OP and will be an uncomfortable scandal for Capcom at launch. From what I’ve seen so considerably, although, this feels like the fruits of a eyesight Capcom has had for Road Fighter for more than a 10 years now. It finally pulled it off.

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