Street Fighter V: A Failed Game That Refuses to Die

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In 2009, Capcom released Street Fighter IV to thunderous applause and near-universal praise. It pretty much single-handedly revived interest in fighting games among the mainstream audience, and brought forth a whole new age of competitive fighting games.

A few years later, Capcom announced Street Fighter V, a brand new game that was meant to completely succeed Street Fighter IV, replacing it as Capcom’s premiere fighting game. Initial impressions were mixed, with the biggest concern being that the game’s graphics looked a bit unpolished.

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