Capcom (Finally) Gives a Release Date for the Big SFV March Update

Many of us Street Fighter fans have been impatiently waiting for Capcom to give a release date for the SFV March update. Today Capcom has finally delivered and it is just as many of us have expected: Capcom will wait until the end of the month to drop all of this content. Thats the good news. The bad news is that there will be 2 separate drops of content.

March 28th (Mon) we will get all of the content that has been talked about all month. The Challenge Mode, Online Rematch Option, 8 player lobbies, various bug fixes and game improvements. All of that will be up for download on Monday. Notice there is no mention of Alex.

Two days later on March 30th (Wed), the in-game shop will be added as well as Alex. The in-game shop is where you will be able to purchase Alex, plus costumes for other characters. Alex will cost 100,000 Fight Money so I hope you have been grinding. Costumes will cost 40,000 Fight Money each.

One feature that will not be included with the update is the real money functionality known as Zenny in SFV. Since it is not ready, Alex will be available to play for a free trial period for all players until the Zenny shop opens.

As a thank you for your patience, Chun Li and Ryu’s story costumes will be available for free on March 30th.

After being so quiet about it all month, its nice to finally have some closure from Capcom. Many fans, including myself, are not quite happy about all of this dropping at the end of the month though. Street Fighter V essentially launched as an $60 early access game. It weird to get all of of these features over a month since the game has been out. Hopefully Capcom can straighten things out from here on out.

I am fully enjoying the game, but some things like this are a bit irritating. How do you feel about this whole incomplete game fiasco? Sound off in the comment section.

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Hyper Light Drifter Hits PC Next Week


Hyper Light Drifter will be arriving a lot sooner than expected. The hotly anticipated indie game will be hitting the PC next week on March 31st. The PS4 and XB1 ports are expected to hit at sometime this year. Check out the release date trailer below.

I for one will be picking it up on PC. I can’t wait long enough for a console port. Are you waiting for the console port or picking it up on PC? Are you hyped for this game? Sound off in the comments.

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Project Setsuna is Coming to the West This Summer

The first game from Square Enix’s Tokyo RPG Factory, I Am Setsuna, will be hitting PS4 and Steam this Summer. Hopefully a PS Vita port will be announced as well for the English version.

The game has been out since February for Japan and it is inspired by older RPGs such as Chrono Trigger. I Am Setsuna actually uses the same active time battle system as found in early Final Fantasy games and Chrono Trigger so it’s bound to be a great game.

When Project Setsuna was announced at last year, Tokyo RPG Factory stated they wanted to create games that are heavely influenced by classic RPGs. Check out the trailer below.

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A Basketball Mode is Being Teased For Rocket League.

It looks like Psyonix has been working on a basketball mode judging from a recent tweet.

Instead of a soccer goal, there looks to be a gigantic basketball goal. The defender would have to jump up to block the ball, which means goal tending is legal? This mode already looks like it will be a lot of fun and will require some skill for sure.

No date has been announced yet, but it’s safe to assume it will hit sometime this month, just in time for the NCAA madness of March.

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Overwatch Releases May 24th. Open Beta on May 3rd.

Blizzard’s next big game is coming a bit sooner that expected. Originally pegged for a June 2016 release date, Blizzard gave Overwatch an official release date of May 24th.

An open beta is planned to take place between May 5th-9th. If you pre-order Overwatch, you and a friend can get into the open beta a couple of days early on May 3rd. The open beta will be available for all platforms; PS4, PC, and Xbox One.

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