By Justin Kersey / August 28th, 2015
R. Mika (also known as “Rainbow Mika”) is the newest to join the roster for Street Fighter V. Debuting in Street Fighter Alpha 3 for the SEGA Dreamcast and Sony PlayStation, this wrestler is back to join the fray and piledrive her way to the top.
From the press email:
Yet another new challenger joins the illustrious Street Fighter V roster! Last seen in Street Fighter Alpha 3, R. Mika (aka Rainbow Mika) is making her long-awaited return to the Street Fighter universe. Attendees at PAX Prime (Seattle, WA) this weekend (August 28-31) will have the opportunity to grapple with R. Mika in a brand new playable demo available at the Capcom Booth #3103. The PAX event demo will also include the other previously-announced new and returning challengers, Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li, Cammy, Vega, M. Bison, Birdie, Charlie Nash, and Necalli.
About R. Mika
As an aspiring young wrestler, Mika dreamed of one day becoming a star in the ring, much like her idol Zangief. Training under the strict tutelage of her coach, she traveled the world engaging in random matches with street fighters in order to spread her name and popularity. R. Mika’s wrestling prowess will be on full display in Street Fighter V, as she dazzles opponents with a wide variety of high-flying moves. This time around, her wrestling tag-team partner Nadeshiko assists in the fight! By calling Nadeshiko at the right time using R. Mika’s V-Trigger ability, players will be able to set up sneaky attacks and punishing command grab mix-ups that are sure to deliver devastating amounts of damage. Players who enjoy putting on a stunning display of fear-inducing close-combat guessing games will find R. Mika a colorful and rewarding way to play.
About Street Fighter V
The legendary fighting franchise returns in Spring 2016 with Street Fighter V! Stunning visuals depict the next generation of World Warriors in unprecedented detail, while exciting and accessible battle mechanics deliver endless fighting fun that both beginners and veterans can enjoy. Challenge friends online, or compete for fame and glory on the Capcom Pro Tour.
For the first time in Street Fighter history, all post-launch gameplay-related content in Street Fighter V can be earnable via gameplay, free of charge. All balance and system adjustments will also be available for free, so players will always have access to the most current version. Through a strategic partnership between Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. and Capcom, the next generation Street Fighter experience will offer cross-platform play that will unite PlayStation 4 and PC fans into a centralized player base for the first time ever. The path to greatness begins here: RISE UP!
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