Martial arts madness.
Capcom has always done a great job with crossover games. The entertaining Marvel VS Capcom series has been a staple with the video game developer and publisher for years. Now, the Japanese company aims to combine two of the most popular martial arts franchises in the world, Street Fighter and Power Rangers.
Capcom, Saban Brands, Lionsgate, and nWay have teamed together to bring fans a Street Fighter based update to the Power Rangers: Legacy Wars mobile game. For the Power Rangers: Legacy Wars mobile game update, fabled Street Fighter's players will be available to battle the Might Morphin teenagers. Confirmed playable characters include Ryu, Chun-Li, Guile, Akuma, Cammy, and M.Bison. The Street Fighter roster will utilize the combos, cosmetics, and abilities from Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition.
“This incredible Street Fighter and Power Rangers crossover shows how the competitive mobile gaming scene is thriving and attracting massive confidence from legendary video game companies and their passionate fan bases,” said CEO of nWay, Taehoon Kim, in a statement. “Seeing Street Fighter characters duking it out with Power Rangers is truly new and magical. It’s never been done before and now we are making it happen in Power Rangers: Legacy Wars, proving the rising trend of competitive mobile gaming in the West.”
Power Rangers: Legacy Wars is available for download in the App Store, Google Play, and Amazon Appstore.