Street Fighter 5 : Arcade Edition their game ads have come and gone. The yellow and intrusive ads, optional, although they may no longer appear in Capcom's fighting game, and manufacturer Yoshinori Ono, say the company is looking at ways to improve them.
Sponsored content came to Street Fighter 5 in early December. Although the first pitch for in-game ads seemed at best tolerable, the implementation was wicked and comical. Ads for the Capcom Pro Tour were slathered over the meat and costumes (and children's shells) of the Street Fighter roster.
From this week, these ads are no longer. Akuma's gig is now free of a Capcom Pro Tour emblem on the back (as shown above), and once a Guile had a Capcom logo for a tattoo, the fighter's ad-style costume makes him without ink at all.