Street Fighter 6

released on Jun 02, 2023
by Capcom

The evolution of fighting games starts with our traditional Fighting Ground, and then we're turning the genre on its head with World Tour and Battle Hub for a total of three modes where anyone can play to their liking.

No one starts off as a champion. You get there step by step, punch by punch.
Take up the challenge and bring your game to the next level.

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For a first true fighting game im pretty sure this was a good one to start off with, its fun and (relatively) easy to control.
Also it has Marisa. Enough said.

my longest We're So Back ever. Not a full five stars because World Tour ends on a limp note and gets overly grindy, and there's no SF3 character yet.

Finally, a return to form for Street Fighter from whatever the hell Street Fighter 5 was. This has a surprising amount of single player content as well, which is something I hope sets a new standard for fighting games going forward. A good time all around.

There is an impressive amount of style and flavor to everything in Street Fighter 6. It's vibrant, fast, fun, and colorful.
There has been a lot of care put into fleshing out all the details and making all the visuals pop, I wasn't quite sure what to think of the trailers before the game came out, but the game took me by surprise. It's been a long time since I got this enthused about a fighting game.
There is a 14 to 18-ish hour campaign, where you create a fighter and do various missions. You can buy clothes for your character, upgrade them, and collect all sorts of items to help you along. It's alright. I suspect most will try it for 2-3 hours and let it be, but it's a solid fighting game campaign with a lot of content.
You do run into the usual crap like some fighters being easy to exploit for easy wins and everyone using them, but for the most part, I like this game a lot. One of the best fighting games I played in years.