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Version 1.1.1

- balance changes
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Capcom details San Diego Comic-Con plans

Starting on Preview Night, July 19th, and going all the way through Sunday, July 23rd, we’ll be at San Diego Comic-Con 2017, showing off a number of upcoming titles alongside several games that celebrate 30 years of Street Fighter. We’ll also be selling brand new merch at the Capcom Store and hosting many exclusive panels. We’re even bringing members of the development teams from Japan for some signing sessions (free posters will be provided while supplies last)! Here’s the full scoop:

Playable games:

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite
Mega Man Legacy Collection 2
Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers
Street Fighter V
Street Fighter (various old-school Street Fighter games running on actual arcade units!)

Capcom Store featured items:

Street Fighter R. Mika Kotobukiya Statue - $80
Okami Scarf - $25
Street Fighter V Razer Panthera Arcade Stick (PS4) - $200

Panels:

Thursday July 20, 1:00-2:00pm Room 6BCF – Marvel Games
Look out, True Believer, the Super Heroes you love and the supervillains you love to hate are waging war on your consoles, PCs, and mobile devices! Be there as key members of the Marvel Games team take to the stage to share the latest and greatest with you . . . and open the floor to answer your questions!
Friday July 21, 11:15am-12:30pm Room 6BCF – Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite
Universes merge in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, as the collaborative team from Marvel and Capcom discuss the immersive cinematic story featured in the upcoming game. Learn how both sides joined forces to bring the story to life, with iconic heroes from Marvel and Capcom teaming up to battle against a sinister new supervillain who threatens to destroy their newly formed world.

Friday July 21, 12:45-1:45pm Room 6BCF – Street Fighter 30th Anniversary
Shoryuken! Celebrate 30 years of Street Fighter by taking a look at the past, present, and future of Capcom's beloved fighting game series. Hear behind-the-scenes stories from key team members and expect some fun and games—and maybe even a surprise visit from executive producer Yoshinori Ono, too!

Friday July 21, 7:00-8:00pm Room 25ABC – Resident Evil: Vendetta
The Resident Evil franchise returns with the action-packed third installment in the state-of-the-art CG animated series, Resident Evil: Vendetta. Featuring a never-before-seen, behind-the-scenes look at the highly anticipated movie, fans will be treated to insider information from iconic Japanese filmmaker Takashi Shimizu (The Grudge), director Takanori Tsujimoto, and the cast. In addition, fans of the Resident Evil video game will get a chance to hear about the history of one of the bestselling video game franchises of all time from Capcom’s Hiroyuki Kobayashi, who has produced several of the series’ most popular games.

Saturday July 22, 2:00-3:00pm Room 25ABC – World of Capcom
Moderator Tim Turi hosts a panel filled with Capcom team members to present the company's latest and greatest video games. Capcom has been creating popular games for over three decades, and this panel is the place for fans of all ages to check out the new games they can look forward to. Be sure to pay close attention to every exciting detail – the panel concludes with a fun trivia quiz for an array of awesome Capcom prizes.

Saturday July 22, 3:00-4:00pm Room 25ABC – Monster Hunter
Get a behind-the-scenes look at Capcom's newest action RPG game, Monster Hunter: World! Fresh off the announcement at E3 2017, this panel features the latest and greatest directly from the Capcom staff and development team members. This new entry in the popular Monster Hunter series is coming globally to PS4 and Xbox One in early 2018 with a PC release to follow.
Signing Sessions:

THURSDAY, July 20

1:00-2:00pm Capcom booth #215 – Monster Hunter: World
Ryozo Tsujimoto, Producer
Kaname Fujioka, Executive & Art Director
3:00-4:00pm Capcom booth #215 – Resident Evil: Vendetta
Hiroyuki Kobayashi, Producer
Sony Pictures Entertainment
3:00-4:00pm The Loyal Subjects booth #4951 – Street Fighter
Yoshinori Ono, Executive Producer
5:00-6:00pm Capcom booth #215 – Street Fighter
Yoshinori Ono, Executive Producer
FRIDAY, July 21

3:00-4:00pm Capcom booth #215 – Monster Hunter: World
Ryozo Tsujimoto, Producer
Kaname Fujioka, Executive & Art Director
3:00-4:00pm Cryptozoic booth #115 – Street Fighter
Yoshinori Ono, Executive Producer
5:00-6:00pm Capcom booth #215 – Street Fighter
Yoshinori Ono, Executive Producer
SATURDAY, July 22

11:00am-12:00pm Capcom booth #215 – Monster Hunter: World
Ryozo Tsujimoto, Producer
Kaname Fujioka, Executive & Art Director
11:00am-12:00pm NSURGO booth #4529 – Street Fighter
Yoshinori Ono, Executive Producer
1:00-2:00pm Capcom booth #215 – Mega Man Legacy Collection 2
Jeffrey “Chamba” Cruz, Artist, UDON Entertainment
2:00-3:00pm UDON booth #4529 – Street Fighter
Yoshinori Ono, Executive Producer
4:00-5:00pm Capcom booth #215 – Street Fighter
Yoshinori Ono, Executive Producer
5:30-6:30pm Capcom booth #215 – Monster Hunter: World
Ryozo Tsujimoto, Producer
Kaname Fujioka, Executive & Art Director
SUNDAY, July 23

11:00am-12:00pm Capcom booth #215 – Street Fighter 30th Anniversary
Long Vo, Artist, UDON Entertainment
1:00-2:00pm Capcom booth #215 – Mega Man Legacy Collection 2
Jeffrey “Chamba” Cruz, Artist, UDON Entertainment

Street Fighter II - mini Zangief figurine on the way

Looking for a mini Zangief to help guard all your desk treasures? Just such a thing is on the way! This figurine will release in Japan this October, and import retailers are sure to pick it up.

IGN - Capcom explains why they chose Switch for Ultra Street Fighter II

A portion of an IGN interview with Capcom's Yoshinori Ono...

"Let's do a [Street Fighter II] renewal because that will allow people who've played the game for the last 25 years to really go back to their roots and enjoy a game they grew up playing in commemoration of the 30th anniversary."

Ono went on further to say that playing with the Switch and a Joy-Con prototype made him nostalgic for the Super Famicom era.

Street Fighter II Charity Album Features 20 Hip-Hop Artists

Richmond, VA - June 20, 2017 - Twenty producers, DJs, and emcees from Richmond, Virginia are excited to present a collaborative hip-hop tribute charity album featuring the iconic melodies from Street Fighter II. Street Fighter: The RVA Warrior breathes new life into each of the world warriors' themes, and best of all, proceeds will be donated to the Richmond-based Building a Better RPS charitable organization to benefit public schools in the area. Street Fighter: The RVA Warrior is available today wherever digital music is sold.

Collaborators including radio host Black Liquid, members of Gritty City Records, DJs Phil Dice, 8-Bit Mullet, and Dope Solo/Sultans, a co-founder of the Party Liberation Front, and others joined the project to showcase Richmond's musical talent, support a much-needed cause, promote inclusion and unity among local groups, and pay homage to one of the greatest videogames of all time by remixing its thrilling original soundtrack.

A release show and fundraising event will be held at Garden Grove Brewery on Thursday, June 22nd, at 8:00pm. The show, which will also be streamed live on Twitch, will include a Street Fighter II tournament, costume contest, and live art by Amy Black, a prominent tattoo artist. Garden Grove will be serving a Street Fighter-themed beer, Yoga Fire: a habanero-infused India Pale Ale. Funds from donations, a raffle, and profits from CD and digital sales will go towards projects aimed at improving Richmond's public school system.

"I was excited to receive so much interest once I shared the concept with the collaborators," comments project organizer Alan "8-Bit Mullet" Brymer. "It's been a great way to connect with other artists, support a good cause, and have fun re-living
a game that each of us grew up loving despite our different backgrounds."

Learn more: https://www.facebook.com/events/364813640583561/

Capcom's Yoshinori Ono answers truly random questions about Street Fighter

A portion of a Game Informer interview with Yoshinori Ono...

GI: How did Ken get Violent?

YO: So Ken’s relationship with his wife wasn’t going so well, and he got pretty pissed off and ended up turning violent as a character.

GI: Do you know who wins every Street Fighter tournament? Is there a canon order of who wins?

YO: So, in Street Fighter II there are eight different characters, each of which have their own story at the end of the game. So at the end of the day, when you look at each of those specific stories, each character probably thinks “Oh, I’m the champion!” in each of their minds. But when they wake up the next morning they realize none of them really are champion, but they think they should be, so they keep fighting.

GI: Do you think Ryu’s fireball is magic? Is he a wizard?

YO: No, I do not believe it’s magic. In Ultra Street Fighter II there’s a mode called Way of the Hado, which to me is like inspiration for people to learn to throw projectiles. So during the 50th anniversary, tell everyone that if you practice you’ll be able to shoot projectiles.