Street Fighter 5 to be targetting a younger audience

Capcom has set the release of Street Fighter 5 and an article on ischoolguide.com says that Capcom will try to focus on gameplay and not the looks of the female characters. Since Street Fighter's rating is T for Teen, some question the looks of the female characters. Capcom still believes that Street Fighter is underground e-sport unlike the most popular ones such as Dota 2 or League of Legends. Anyway, Capcom has released various videos that showcase the moves of the different characters and the battles but I'm still excited for the release which is sometime in Febuary 2016.

Since Capcom is trying to keep the game rated T, it has recently removed some various camera angles in the latest builds. The most changed camera angles are for Cammy and R.Mika to keep the game appropriate for all ages. Some people hate the camera angle changes and have even taken the hate to social media. Even worse is that Capcom took out R.Mika's "butt slap" which is literally her slapping her butt before executing the move. It is a R.Mika signature and they removed it.


Watch the video by Maximilian Dood above!




Official game announcement:




E3 official trailer:



I play as Cammy ever since her debut in Super Street Fighter 2 and over the years, she has changed a lot. My favourite isversion is the Street Fighter X Tekken version for some reason.

source: http://www.ischoolguide.com/articles/34128/20151116/street-fighter-5.htm

http://www.eventhubs.com/news/2015/nov/08/provocative-r-mika-and-cammy-gestures-removed-view-latest-street-fighter-5-beta-build-community-responds-perplexity/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpuvqcJePrg

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