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Mike Ross vs. Combofiend: the 1st Street Fighter 5 real match - watch the stage demo from Capcom Cup 2014 again

Posted by Cheng Kai 'KarbyP' Sim • December 13, 2014 at 8:21 p.m. PST • Comments: 126

A few moments ago Capcom's Peter "Combofiend" Rosas and Twitch's Mike Ross took the main stage at Capcom Cup 2014 to play the first ever real match in Street Fighter 5, giving us a taste of what this very early build of Capcom's next-generation fighting game could play like.

Regardless if you're watched the entire Capcom Cup end to end, or are just joining us and have missed the SF5 stage demo earlier today, you'll want to check out this video archive that the official Capcom Fighters YouTube channel has just posted.

You'll want to check it out, watch it over and over, pore over all the details, and let everyone know (via the comments below) what you notice that may give us a better idea as to how this spanking new game plays. For starters, it looks like our assumption that there is guard crush in this game could be entirely wrong altogether.

Where's the guard crush meter? Why does Ryu only have two EX bars whereas Chun-Li has three?

Check out the stage demo below, and let the speculations begin.
Video from Capcom Fighters.
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