With its Arcade Edition update, Street Fighter V finally feels like a complete fighting game – a title that can fully appeal to both competitive and casual players. As an overall package, it's now right up there with the best games in the genre, boasting a healthy amount of single player, local, and online multiplayer modes. It's good to see Street Fighter back where it belongs, even if it's taken Capcom almost two years to get it there. Arcade Edition hits PlayStation 4 in two ways. Existing Street Fighter V owners can download Arcade Edition as a free update, while newcomers can purchase the whole thing – base game and all. The latter option also includes access to all season one and season two characters, expanding the playable roster dramatically.