Capcom is in a pretty great spot, thanks to the wild success of Devil May Cry, Resident Evil, and Monster Hunter. But the lead up to that wasn't exactly a bed of roses and giant swords. Capcom had some struggles, some of which led to studio closures and layoffs.
One major issue has been Street Fighter V, which did well enough, but didn't land hard enough to keep up the previous entry's explosive momentum. Now the series is in a weird purgatory of sorts, with regular roster additions and updates coming out, but the buzz always being teetering on the edge of real hype. With Capcom's 2019 energy, a lot could happen with Street Fighter going forward.