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Capcom’s Street Fighters To Join Power Rangers: Legacy Wars

The Power Rangers have teamed up with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles on TV, and the Justice League in comic books, but they’ve never seen a battle like this!

Characters from Capcom’s Street Fighter are coming to Power Rangers: Legacy Wars, the hit mobile fighting game produced by nWay!

Power Rangers: Legacy Wars is a multiplayer fighting game which features heroes and villains from the long-running Power Rangers TV series, in combination with those from Lionsgate’s action-packed feature film. For the first time ever, the game will be adding playable characters based on a franchise outside of Power Rangers.

Four Street Fighter characters will initially join the battle: Ryu, Chun-Li, Guile, and Akuma. Fans can unlock the characters in-game beginning Thursday, May 16, 2018 either through limited-time challenges, Morph Box unlocks, or purchasing them outright at $4.99 per character.

Fans can click here to watch the official Power Rangers: Legacy Wars – Street Fighter trailer!

“The collaboration between Power Rangers and Street Fighter feels like a dream to me. The Rangers series that I also grew up watching as a kid have crossed overseas, became Power Rangers, and is now well received by all ages. I can’t contain my excitement just thinking about the idea of our Street Fighter characters moving about in that world.” – Yoshinori Ono, Capcom Executive Producer

Check out profiles for each of the game’s newest fighters below!


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Ryu is a fighter. He continues his training in search of true strength. He is very polite and sincere. He travels the world, seeking opponents who can give him a challenge. He is also working to control the Satsui no Hado that resides within him. He seeks not to suppress it, but rather accept it.

Ryu will be a part of the game’s Balanced class, with Common rarity. His moveset will consist of a Hadoken, Jodan Sanrengeki, Shoryuken, and Sokuto.


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Chun-Li is an Interpol office best known for her kicks. She became a detective at the age of 18 to search for her missing father. Upon learning that Shadaloo was involved with her father’s disappearance, she vowed to bring down the criminal organization. She is unforgiving towards acts of evil, but treasures her friendships with others.

Chun-Li will be a part of the game’s Balanced class, with Epic rarity. Her moveset will consist of a Spinning Bird Kick, Tsuitotsuken, Hyakuretsu, and Kikoken.


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Though calm and collected on the outside, Guile is a hot-blooded guy. He’s cool in both looks and speech, and is a hard-boiled character. He fights for American peace. He has vowed to take down Shadaloo, not only for being an evil organization that threatens world peace, but also for revenge for his best friend Nash. Guile prefers to solve his own problems by himself.

Guile will be a part of the game’s Defender class, with Rare rarity. His moveset will consist of a Somersault Kick, Bullet Revolver, Sonic Blade, and Sonic Boom.


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Akuma has defeated numerous fighters since surrendering his will to the Satsui no Hadou. The Satsui no Hadou has tempered his body and granted him superhuman strength. He has no intention of abandoning his path of violence, even going as far as defeating his own brother Gouken. He desires only to find an opponent who can give him the ultimate fight to the death.

Akuma will be a part of the game’s Attacker class, with Legendary rarity. His moveset will consist of a Gohadoken, Kongoken Combo, Goshoryuken, and Zanku Hadoken.

Additional characters, including Cammy and M. Bison, will be released on June 1.

Fans can click here to see the latest list of playable characters, Megazords, and stages in Power Rangers: Legacy Wars.

“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 fanbases. 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.” – Taehoon Kim, nWay CEO

Gamers who were fans of Marvel vs. Capcom should get ready for a new kind of battle!

First released in March 2017, Power Rangers: Legacy Wars is available for download on iOS and Android. With a wide array of characters already made available, nWay has plans to continue expanding the character roster to include nearly every Power Ranger ever!

For more on Power Rangers: Legacy Wars, head on over to social media!

Facebook – /PowerRangersLegacyWars
Twitter – @PRLegacyWars
Instagram – @PowerRangersLegacyWars

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18 thoughts on “Capcom’s Street Fighters To Join Power Rangers: Legacy Wars

  1. Will from now there wil be low cost offers like .99$ offers or not.
    We really need low cost offers.
    Specially legendary and Crystals offers.

    1. Exactly running through my head. I’d focused getting every single ranger, baddie, ally and (certain) civilian in the game before going outside the PRU.

  2. Sounds ok but the street fighter characters look all bulk .. I got something for there fire balls when they throw it out.. make the glaxazy pink ranger job real easy

  3. I found a way to download all the music you want off youtube for free. Now I can get over 1 million songs for free. Epic Win for me

  4. ” I almost all of reading ur article your way too many times, this is the video I wanna learn from, and this is the video that finally told me: “”””subscribe to this dude”””” and now I wanna learn how to jump into competitive fighting games

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  5. I’ll agree to SF4, but not with Ultra SF4. Elena broke the game and red focus was an unbalanced mechanic that some characters could utilize fully, and other characters couldn’t really use at all. AE2012 was the best version.

    Victoria Tegg

  6. I’m trash at fighting games and always wanted to learn. But I started with a netherrealm game and it feels like I need the speed of a god to actually make a combo.
    Ross Alisha

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