Ranking the Street Fighter V Season 2 Characters

After season 1 of Street Fighter V‘s DLC offering brought back six familiar faces, season 2 made a bold move by only bringing back one legacy character. The remaining five slots went to newcomers. This ranking is based on how I feel they impact the game as a whole. Not just how cool they look or how often we see them in tournament play, but the entirety of what they bring to the experience. Let’s count them down!

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Street Fighter V F.A.N.G (skisonic) vs. Rashid (jettFTW)

Best known for his work as a fighting game commentator and as a top 8 Evo finalist in Tatsunoko vs. Capcom, I just so happened to run into Skisonic in Street Fighter V ranked matches. Check out how I fared against this prevalent fighting game personality!


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My Experience at Red Bull Fight for the 6ix

Fight for the 6ix is a series of tournaments taking place in Toronto, Canada. After all four events are over, the top scoring player will get to compete with 15 others from across North America for a spot at the Capcom Cup finals. As much as I would like to earn the right to fight against the likes of Infiltration and Tokido for hundreds of thousands of dollars, but getting #1 in one of the toughest Street Fighter regions in Canada is easier said than done.

Instead, my goal is for this event was to validate the work I’ve done since the Cineplex Canadian Championships. In that sense, did I achieve my goal?

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Kickstart Guide to Street Fighter V

Street Fighter V is poised to be one of the fiercest video game battlegrounds for many years to come. With many players having cut their teeth on the beta leading up to the game’s release, the level of competition at the time of the game’s release was already high. If you just brought the game home, don’t be surprised if you get repeatedly trounced by online competition.

While there is an inherent learning curve to anything, you don’t have to suck at Street Fighter V forever. If you train smart, you can improve at a rate that will keep you engaged for the long haul. Here are a handful of tips that will hopefully guide you down the path to being the next great world warrior!

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Jett Plays the Final Street Fighter V Beta

Capcom recently surprised us all with one more beta before the game’s release. I put in some time with Nash, freak out over some tight matches and I show off a pro-tip to help you get the most out of training mode!


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Street Fighter V Beta Laura Impressions

Laura Matsuda is the older sister of Sean from Street Fighter III. They may be related by blood, though their fighting styles differ dramatically. While Sean is a shoto in training, Laura is a master of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Maybe he could have learned a thing or two from his big sister?

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