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Street Fighter 6 – ALL Characters Reaction to Draw Game

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Street Fighter 6 is a fighting game developed and published by Capcom. It is the seventh main entry in the Street Fighter franchise, and was released for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows and Xbox Series X/S on June 2, 2023, while an arcade version will be published by Taito later that year.
Street Fighter 6 features three overarching game modes: Fighting Ground, World Tour, and Battle Hub. Fighting Ground contains local and online versus battles as well as training and arcade modes, all featuring similar 2D fighting gameplay to the previous games in the series, in which two fighters use a variety of attacks and special abilities to knock out their opponent. World Tour is a single-player story mode featuring a customizable player avatar exploring 3D environments, such as Final Fight’s Metro City and the small nation of Nayshall, with action-adventure gameplay. Battle Hub acts as an online lobby mode, using customizable player avatars from the World Tour mode. In the Battle Hub, players can compete in ranked or casual matches, battle using their created avatars, participate in special events, or play emulated Capcom arcade titles, using the same emulation technology used in the Capcom Arcade Stadium series, among other features.

The main fighting gameplay of Street Fighter 6 is based around the Drive Gauge, a system designed to encourage player creativity. The gauge can be used for five different techniques, requiring players to choose which to prioritize. Most of the Drive Gauge’s mechanics are based on previously existing mechanics from previous Street Fighter mainline games, such as Parry, Focus Attack, EX move, etc. The game features three control types: the “classic” control scheme has a six-button layout that functions similarly to previous entries, the “modern” control scheme assigns special moves to a single button combined with a directional input, and the “dynamic” control scheme, which is only allowed in certain parts in the Fighting Ground mode, but is not allowed in online battles, uses a single button auto attack layout, based on what range is performed.

The use of multiple super combos returns from the Street Fighter Alpha sub-series, also counting the Ultra Combo W variant from Ultra Street Fighter IV. However, each character only has three super combos based on their respective level gauge. For example, Ryu’s Shinku Hadoken, Shin Hashogeki and Shin Shoryuken can only be used at Level 1, 2 and 3 respectively. When a player is low on health, their Level 3 super move will become a Critical Art, which is more powerful in addition to having an expanded cinematic scene. Certain movesets can only be cancelled to super moves based on how many levels the player has filled, such as EX/Overdrive special moves, which can only be cancelled to higher levels above Level 1, while regular special moves without sacrificing the Drive gauge can only be cancelled to Level 3. An “extreme” battle type is also available for play, allowing players to compete in matches that feature special rules and gimmicks.

A real-time commentary system is a brand new feature in Street Fighter 6, where English and/or Japanese commentators watch the action in real-time, giving it a more tournament-style feel, or allow the option to cheer the player on. Eight different commentators are featured, four of each of the two commentary types: play-by-play commentary and color commentary, the latter being optional. Aru, Jeremy “Vicious” Lopez, Steve “TastySteve” Scott, and Kosuke Hiraiwa will be the four play-by-play commentators, while Demon Kakka, Thea “Zelina Vega” Trindad, James “jchensor” Chen, and Hikaru Takahashi will be the four color commentators.


  1. You are not special, Live a normal life says:

    good god
    every thumbnail with cammy is the best one

  2. Dang i love street fighter but i didnt realize how poor the models and anims were to the point where dominant hands, and accessories swap places depending on direction. Oh well its still good regardless

  3. Во что превратили Street Fighter… Из персонажей на стиле с чувством вкуса в цирк уродцев всех мастей…

  4. I like how Dhalsim literally fucking dies basically

  5. Bro that thumbnail 👀

  6. I knew that everyone is gonna skip to the cammy part. Damnit

  7. I don't even play this and I didn't watch the video, I just know some of you medieval-jester-esque lollygaggers clicked on this for the thumbnail. I hope your foot gets a splinter thats small enough to not be able to be pulled out but large enough to cause you a major inconvenience.

  8. I’m new explain what a draw game is to me 😅

  9. Por que sera q la de cammy es el momento con mas reproducciones

  10. Tbh why chun li have very THICC LEGGINGS…🔥🍑

  11. alrighhhht im sure everone is think it on lily…>.>

    Manon and Dhalsim: Dies dramatically.

  13. I've never played a game in this series but DeeJay is just a vibe

  14. all of us waiting for cammy💀💀💀💀💀💀

  15. People who clicked on this video cause of the thumbnail

  16. I like how JP pretend to not be mad and he just claps
    And e Hondas draw game pose looks like my 10yo cousin in toy store

  17. I really want to get crush between chun-li thigh, get sit on the face by cammy and juri

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