Street Fighter Surprises Teased for E3 or Comic-Con

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This year marks the 30th anniversary of Street Fighter, and according to series producer Yoshinori Ono, 2017 will hold a surprise or two for fans of the franchise.

When asked by IGN about Capcom's plans for the big anniversary, Ono said, "around E3 timing, maybe even San Diego Comic-Con, we have one or two surprises we hope our fans will look forward to."

Ultra Street Fighter 2, which was just recently announced for Nintendo Switch, will serve as the "kick off for our 30th celebration," Ono added. He also highlighted last year's announcement of Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite at PlayStation Experience and reaffirmed that Capcom is still updating Street Fighter V and releasing Season 2 content in 2017.

Everything You Need to Know About Resident Evil 7

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It hasn’t even been a year since Resident Evil 7: Biohazard’s big reveal at E3 2016, and now the latest in Capcom’s long-running survival horror series is mere days away. Yesterday’s leaks have revealed a few new things that Capcom’s attempted to keep under wraps, but for those avoiding spoilers, Resident Evil 7 is still something of a mystery.

Respawn Developer Laughs Off the Idea of Titanfall on Switch

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EA may consider itself a partner for Nintendo Switch, but you won't see its Titanfall franchise on the machine anytime soon.

Speaking to YouTube channel Drunk Tech Review, Respawn Entertainment senior designer Mohammad Alavi was emphatic in response to a question about whether a Titanfall 2 port to Switch was possible:

"No. F*** no. No you're not going to be able to fit Titanfall on it. That's the same Zelda from the Wii U

Nintendo Switch Will Have Miis, But They Won't Be Mandatory

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Nintendo will be updating Miis for the new generation, but they won't remain a key part of using the console.

On Wii, Wii U and 3DS, Miis were a compulsory part of creating a user profile, but thanks to Kotaku we know that won't be the case on Switch.

"Mii characters can be used to represent a user profile, but are not required," said a Nintendo spokesperson. "Users also have the option to choose a profile picture from an included library of Nintendo character images. Mii characters can still be used in games if developers choose to include them."

When Can You Read DC's Injustice 2 Comic?

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When Can You Read DC's Injustice 2 Comic?

Good news, Injustice fans. Now that the Injustice 2 video game has a release date, DC can finally reveal more details about their upcoming prequel comic. The Injustice 2 comic will make its digital-first debut on April 11.

As with the original Injustice: Gods Among Us comic, new digital-first chapters will premiere every Tuesday on services like Comixology, iBooks, the Kindle Store, the Nook Store and the DC Comics app. Print issues of the series will kick off in May, closer to the release of the game, and will ship twice monthly from that point on.

Injustice 2 #1 cover by Bruno Redondo. (DC Comics)

Destiny Won't Have a Valentine's Day Event This Year

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Bungie has confirmed that Destiny's Valentine's event, Crimson Days, will not take place this year.

On the Bungie blog, community manager DeeJ opened the latest post by saying, "First things first: Crimson Days will not be making a return this year. We enjoyed adding some gunfire to your date night, but we have other plans. Instead, we’re dedicating our efforts to delivering different things for you to play."

Instead, it seems Bungie has other early-year plans: "

The Division's Next Expansion Adds a Team-Based PvP Mode

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Details on the third expansion for Tom Clancy's The Division have been revealed.

Dubbed Expansion III: Last Stand, the next update for Ubisoft's popular third-person shooter adds a "dedicated, separate player combat arena" that provides a more structured way to face off against your friends in PVP than the more open-ended style of play the Dark Zone offers.

As detailed in a post on the The Division's official site, "Last Stand is session based and features clear objectives and win conditions, while still incorporating aspects of the Dark Zone such as PvE enemies and Landmarks."