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Street Fighter 6 brings back the '80s (and feet)

Street Fighter 6 brings back the ’80s (and feet)

Come here some new competitors. At the end of Evo 2022 Street Fighter V CompetitionCapcom revealed two more characters coming to the roster Street Fighter 6: Gorey, the returning “I Can Fix” fighter, and newcomer Kimberly, a teen obsessed with the ’80s.

Guy student and successor to Bushinryu A brave and colorful Kimberly tradition with an affinity for spray painting her enemies mid-match. Although Kimberly is a teenager and Street Fighter 6 Looks like it’s set for the current dayShe’s smitten with everything ’80s, and she carries a cassette player that some younger players might not recognize.

It’s as if Capcom realizes that in addition to its younger audience, there is a certain subset of older adults Street Fighter Players rise from their creaking knees and aching backwards as they look back at the ’80s intently. This way, Kimberly is a post and reminder of simpler times. In other ways, it’s a pretty rude reminder that those happy days are long gone now that today’s teens are embracing the aesthetic because it’s “retro.” Thanks, Capcom, for reminding me that I Old.

He accompanies Kimberly in the reveal of the character Gauri, a character who was first introduced in Street Fighter IV. Gauri arrives in flashy fashion with a tribute to Akira sliding Who was having a moment recently, as well as it was Used to awesome effect in Jordan Peels no. Goree looks sharper than Kimberly, stomping on her enemies barefoot in ways that make Bob Odenkirk click “like.” It’s always cool when companies seemingly embrace the players’ thirst for their characters.

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We’ll get a chance to see more of Gauri and Kimberly’s stories when Street Fighter 6 It was launched on Xbox, PC, and PlayStation in 2023.