"Ibuki, On the Scene" In New Character Trailer for Street Fighter V

Ibuki has ninja-stepped her way back into "Street Fighter" with the latest character trailer.

Yes, everyone's favorite high school ninja girl is back in action, and as fast paced as ever in Street Fighter V's latest character trailer.

Sporting an outfit akin to one of her Street Fighter IV alternates, and a host of new tricks, it's clear that while Ibuki's core gameplay seems to be as mixup heavy as ever, she's received a thorough redesign, compared to her nearly identical Street Fighter IV and Third Strike versions.

As exhibited in the trailer, she now has multiple kunai throws, including the ability to throw them while on the ground, as well as the addition of bombs that can lead to juggle combos. Combined with her still present Neckbreaker and Yoroi Toshi command grabs, these new tools are sure to make her a force to be reckoned with when she finally joins the fray, and it will be interesting to see how she ties in to the unfolding story of Street Fighter V.


Name's Chance. I was born in June of 1993, have a moderate case of cerebral palsy, and have been both a writer and a gamer for the vast majority of my life. Seemed like a natural fit when I saw the link and blurb for GameSkinny in Google Search. So, here I am. I also create content on YouTube, and stream via Twitch. They can be found, repsectively, at http://youtube.com/doublevendetta and http://twitch.tv/doublevendetta. Outside of the gaming sphere, I also typically use the handle PalsyWriter. As far as my gaming interests go, I have an extremely large degree of nostalgia for my childhood, which basically means everywhere from Sega Genesis up to the GameCube, and in the last few years I've developed something of a...more »

Published May. 30th 2016
  • Jeffrey Rousseau
    Hey default costume makes no sense. You couldn't tell she's a ninja until she starts fighting her SF3 costume was pretty awesome. Thankfully other costumes will come.
  • DoubleVendetta
    Speaking from a historical perspective, it actually makes MORE sense, as the whole idea behind being a ninja was that people NOT KNOW you were a ninja. But personally, I too can't wait to see the alts.

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