On April 13, 2021, IGN released a trailer for the Street Fighter Crossover for Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid. The characters announced were Chun-Li and Ryu. The Street Fighter pack will be available on May 25, 2021.
Ryu will be based on the Crimson Hawk Ranger design. Chun-Li is based on the Blue Phoenix Ranger design. In addition to this announcement was Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid- Super Edition. This edition will include all the season passes and the Street Fighter pack with four bonus skins.
Both Characters will be available for solo purchase at $4.99 USD, or you can purchase the two bundled together with some skins for $12.50 USD.
Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid is available for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Google Stadia.
The game is also available to purchase on Steam (one of the few games with complete cross-play)
In our most recent article TWM: Games writer Paterson discussed if Fans should pay attention to Reviews – an excerpt is below, you can read the full article here.
”Case in point, Alien isolation. I wanted this game so much, but after being stung once before by Colonial Marines, this wasn’t going to happen again I thought to myself.
Launching in 2014 and published by Sega, Creative Assembly gave us a game with loads of call-backs to previous movies and stories from the Alien universe. It looked like Alien, it felt like Alien and had one of the best and most interesting enemies of all time.
The Alien had two brains (two AI scripts). One knows where you are at all times and one controlling random movement for the alien’s body. They work together with one feeding the other information to hunt you down and give you one of many terrifying insta-kills featured in the game.
The game is loved by almost all and fans of the game have been clamouring for a sequel ever since it released. But yet, due to one bad review on IGN, it took me years to experience in all its glory.”