Capcom Unveils Decapre, The Newest Street Fighter Character

Posted: Mar 17 2014, 11:22pm CDT | by , in Gaming


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Capcom unveils Decapre, the newest Street Fighter character
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Meet Decapre, the fifth and final character for Ultra Street Fighter 4. She will be joining the giant Hugo, the ex-Mad Gear member Poison, the special forces agent Rolento, and the African warrior-princess Elena.

Finally, after months of teasing, Capcom finally unveiled the fifth and final character for Ultra Street Fighter 4. At the Final Round XVII event in Atlanta, Georgia, Capcom announced that Decapre will be the final piece of the puzzle.

According to Capcom, Decapre will strengthen M. Bison's plans for global domination. "She’s ready to share her pain with the rest of the warriors," Capcom added. Street Fighter fans can easily identify Decapre as one of M. Bison's dolls. She initially appeared on previous Street Fighter versions as a non-playable character. She also appeared in Street Fighter comics.

Decapre is a clone to Cammy, and she possesses an excellent set of offensive skills. The Russian fighter is depicted with a blondish pigtailed hair and with a mask that hides her burned face. Apart from her claws that is suitable for hand-to-hand combat, Decapre is also gifted with psycho powers. You can check out her combos after the break, courtesy of IGN.

According IGN, Decapre is 85 percent complete, which means that her appearance could change once Ultra Street Fighter 4 is released on June. Decapre will be joining four new characters: Hugo, Poison, Rolento and Elena.

Ultra Street Fighter 4 will officially launch in June for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. A Windows PC version is also coming in August. Meanwhile, Super Street Fighter 4 owners can upgrade to Ultra for just $14.99. Gamers can buy the standalone game for $39.99 on consoles and $29.99 on Windows PC.

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