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Street Fighter 5 PC mods: Juri is fresh out of the shower, Killer Instinct's Orchid prepares for battle

The Street Fighter 5 PC modding community continues to put out great work, and today we've got a couple of mods for you that have been making the rounds.

Today we've got a mod from Cammy made by OCZI that swaps her out with the likes of Killer Instinct's Orchid. We've also got a Juri mod from BrutalAce that makes it appear as though she didn't have quite enough time to be ready for a fistfight.

As always, be sure to check out the descriptions in the videos after the jump if you're interested in trying these mods for yourself. Here's a gallery to get you started:

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Alex carries the next generation, the so-called 'power age', on his shoulders - CFN moves into playable DLC character profiles

It's been a while since we had profiles dealing with playable characters, huh? Well, the CFN site has finally decided to jump into the six additional characters for Street Fighter 5, starting with Alex, the face of the Street Fighter 3 series.

You can find some images of Alex to go with his profile here.

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Continue below for Alex's full profile.

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Street Fighter 5's September update aims to refine the ragequit punishing system

Ragequitting has been a thorn in the community's side since Street Fighter 5's release; between players abusing the system early on, to countermeasures punishing innocent players, it's safe to say that the current punishment system leaves something to be desired.

When it comes to trying to improve on this part of the Street Fighter experience, there is a bit of good news coming. The major patch update coming next Thursday has some adjustments in place aiming to alleviate some of the issues that players have had with being punished unjustly.

The current timing window in place causes some issues for players who want to do things like share clips or close the game without going all the way back to the main menu. According to the patch notes, the game will no longer count disconnects once league points and fight money have been calculated.

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New Mai Natsume character trailer for BlazBlue: Central Fiction from Tokyo Game Show

One of the new characters coming up in BlazBlue: Central Fiction just got a character trailer released at Tokyo Game Show.

In this video, you can get a good look at Mai Natsume's moves and some of her story scenes as well. Here are some images for your viewing pleasure.

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BlazBlue: Central Fiction is set to be released on October 6th in Japan, with Mai Natsume being released as DLC on October 27th. There's been no set release date in America or Europe as of yet, though it's set to release this year for both regions.

Check out the full trailer below.

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King of Fighters 14 to receive a patch in October, SNK says; aims to tone down Nakoruru's hawk, fix matchmaking, and more

4Gamer recently conducted an interview with SNK Playmore's own Yasuyuki Oda and Neo G -- two of the developers attached to King of Fighters 14.

The SNK representatives had much to say, but among all of the interesting bits of information we learn that King of Fighters 14 is indeed receiving a patch next month. Rumors began circling earlier this month claiming that the game would see an update soon and that certain characters would be receiving balance changes.

Oda and Neo G confirmed the validity of the patch, and according to them we can expect to see changes made to Nakoruru's hawk, fixes for matchmaking, and more.

The whole interview as held in Japanese, but fortunately our very own MajinTenshinhan was able to translate the portions relative to next month's patch.

After the jump, you can read what SNK Playmore said on the subject in English.

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Can a pirate captain overcome a Super Saiyan? Inter-game crossplay between One Piece and Dragon Ball's 3DS titles lets you find out

Two weeks ago, we reported on the upcoming One Piece fighting game developed by ArcSys.

In our story, a few of your comments brought up the extreme similarity to Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butōden released a year earlier, and it turns out that there's a very good and deliberate reason for this.

Namely, cross-play between the two games. That's right, once One Piece: Dai Kaizoku Colosseum is released on September 21st in Japan, its users will be able to battle against owners of Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butōden - both locally and online.

You can see the magazine scan which announced this feature, including some screenshots, below.

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Guile goes by the words 'if it's my problem, I'll solve it', puts his own feelings about Nash's character change aside in favor of duty - CFN profile

Next up, we have the hypocritical "go home and be a family man"-sayer himself, Guile.

If you feel like you haven't gotten quite enough patriotism in your day so far, check out these images of Guile.

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Continue below for his full profile.

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Poongko's robotic reactions, Gamerbee's lucky escape and the shimmy of the century; Japan Cup top 8 highlights

The Japan Cup at Tokyo Game Show welcomed competitors from all over the world to Japan, and as one of the most stacked tournaments of the year, yielded quite a bit of Street Fighter 5 action.

Unfortunately not all matches in the top eight bracket were streamed, and so our access to highlights was somewhat limited. Having said that, the play from ZW|GamerBee, Secret|Poongko, GGP|Kazunoko and a few other top placing competitors gave us more than a few memorable moments.

We kick things off with Poongko's NBA Street-worthy juke on Gamerbee. Mike Ross sums it up over commentary when he says, "Zhi, I can't scream loud enough right now at how sick that was."

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The easiest 5,000 Fight Money you'll ever make: Here's how to complete the 'Sakura's Urgent Errand' Daily Challenge in Street Fighter 5

Street Fighter 5's latest update implemented the new Daily Challenges feature. Players are given a handful of missions to complete in various modes that award them with extra Fight Money.

Included in the first wave of challenges is a cryptic mission entitled "Sakura's Urgent Errand." Completing it rewards you with 5,000 Fight Money.

Thanks to saiferoth over on /r/Street Fighter, we now know how to complete it, and it's incredibly easy to do.

All you have to do is start up the epilogue in Karin's story mode. That's it. If you haven't completed the "Play Story Mode" mission, you'll get a two-for-one. You can see the completion of these missions in the GIF below.


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As I said, easiest Fight Money you'll ever make.

Source: /r/Street Fighter.

New video from Desk highlights the differences between Urien's release and beta builds

Our first glimpse into what Urien would play like in Street Fighter 5 came along with the cinematic story mode back in July. In the time between then, and his recent release, many players went out of their way to get some early homework done.

Now that Urien's release build is in the hands of the public, we can see exactly how things have changed behind the scenes. Desk made sure to get quite a bit of footage of Uriens early build, so he can provide us with a side by side comparison with the release build:


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Even though there are some things that Urien's lost in the transition, he certainly isn't lacking when it comes to potential.

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Who needs Aegis Reflector? Urien's Critical Art has the capability to hit on the ground

Over the course of Street Fighter 5's first season of DLC, with each character release, the floodgates open and the players rush to find any sort of tech that will give them the upper hand, and Urien's release has certainly been no different.

This time around we have something that UncleBibby stumbled across that shows that Aegis Reflector isn't the only thing that Urien can follow up his throw with.

If the opponent chooses not to either quick rise, or tech roll, Urien is free to hit his opponent with his critical art while they're still on the ground.

You can check out the footage for yourself after the jump.

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Momochi sometimes plays fighting games 10 hours a day to test his focus and stamina

EG|Momochi is hardcore.

Many of the fighting game team members from Evil Geniuses participated on a panel at Tokyo Game Show, and the subject came up regarding how many hours they practice per day.

Responses varied across the team, but Momochi probably had the most hardcore answer of his fellow EG counterparts.

"I like to work on my stamina and attention span," Momochi relayed through a translator.

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It's not exactly easy to stand up to muscle power - Zangief option select blows up V-Reversals with a super

Javits Arias is no stranger to the lab, as he's been cooking up Street Fighter tech for quite some time.

Recently, he posted an interesting set-up for Zangief over on Twitter. Although the setup does require a full meter to work, anything that can give a Gief player a bit of an edge in the ring would certainly be welcome.

If you take a look at the inputs, you'll notice a super being buffered in during Gief's F+HP. The super is timed just late enough so that it only comes out if the opponent decides to try to use a V-Reversal to gain some ground:


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Oh! That Tokido got WASTED! Majorboy pulls out a ridiculous Ibuki bomb set up in this batch of Street Fighter 5 ranked matches

This is the first thing that came to mind when I saw Majorboy's Ibuki sequence...

In a recent set of Street Fighter 5 ranked matches, Tokido went toe-to-toe with Majorboy's Ibuki. During one of the five matches, Majorboy pulls off a lethal set up using her V-Trigger, which was spotted by Koryu87 over at /r/StreetFighter.

After a combo into Raida, the Ibuki player dashes up, whiffs a throw, kicks the bomb low, then hits Tokido's Ryu with an instant jumping light kick. This opens him to being hit with the bomb, and results in a nasty juggle combo.

The sequence is a perfect example of what Ibuki can do when she's got her bomb at the ready. Watch as Majorboy seemingly plays a 1-player game in the GIF below.


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Ibuki players everywhere should definitely check out the rest of the set, as there's a lot more excellent bomb usage from Majorboy to be seen. Hit the jump to view the full video.

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Balrog used nothing but his own abilities to rise to the top, and tends to solve his problems with his powerful punches - Latest CFN profile

One of Shadaloo's Four Kings, the boxing champ who plays dirty, finally gets his own CFN profile.

I don't think the man needs any introduction, but just in case you've forgotten who Balrog is, check out these images of him.

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Continue below to check out his full profile.

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