Street Fighter III Third Strike Online Announced

The vastly underrated fighter Street Fighter III is finally getting a release on the current generation of hardware… or so it seems. Capcom Producer Yoshinori Ono announced over the weekend that the third iteration of SFIII, Third Strike, is going to be released as an online edition.

The issue with the announcement? No specific hardware choices were announced; the only statement made was that it will be a downloadable affair. The assumption is (of course) Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network (and maybe PC?).

Those expecting a visual makeover along the lines of Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix should probably get their expectations in order. Not only would the complexity of such a project be unheard of, that surely would have been part of the announcement to get fans hyped up. This will likely be the standard port with all of that beautiful animation intact, and now with online play, a great boost for Xbox Live players who lost support for Street Fighter Anniversary when Xbox Live went offline for the original Xbox.

First-time shaving tipsfor teens see here how to shave

St. Joseph News-Press August 3, 2003 | SANDRA L. WALSH St. Joseph News-Press Despite the fact that man has been shaving for centuries, parents and teens still fight over when’s a good time to start.

But this right of passage can’t be stopped – when you’re gonna shave, you’re gonna shave – no matter what mom and dad say.

So, before you separate the skin from your bone, here are a few tips to keep you from a lifetime of nicks and cuts.

“When you’re shaving for the first time, make sure you use shaving cream and a good, sharp razor,” says Lori Hudson, owner of Bodacious Full Service Salon on King Hill Avenue. “Definitely moisturize because it will help to minimize pore and skin irritation.” Also, make sure to moisten skin and shave in the direction of hair growth. For a closer shave, shave carefully and slowly against the grain of hair growth.

Guys should wash their face with soap and warm water to remove oils from the hair and skin. After shaving, make sure to use an aftershave product to soothe sensitive areas. If you have sensitive skin, make sure to look for products without alcohol.

Ms. Hudson doesn’t recommend children under 14 shave, but her daughter, 14-year-old Casey Kates, managed to sneak off into the bathroom and smooth her legs for the first time when she was just 11 years old. this web site how to shave

“I didn’t like the hair,” Casey says. “When I first started shaving, I used Nair, but now I use a razor and shaving cream because Nair only works when you first start shaving.” Casey says that it really isn’t unusual for fifth- and sixth- graders to start shaving. In fact, many of her peers started shaving around the same time.

Hans Plackemeier, a 17-year-old from Maryville (Mo.) High School, started shaving when he was 14.

“I started shaving because I had a crustache,” he says. “The gross looking hairs that aren’t stubbly and sleek – the ladies don’t like them.” Hans’ dad taught him how to shave using shaving cream and a razor.

Hans’ friend Josh Wilmes, a 17-year-old from Maryville High School, also started shaving when he was 14. Now he shaves about every two weeks. He doesn’t use shaving cream, but he does use aftershave because he says it feels refreshing after a close shave.

“Shaving is a fun experience, something you should look forward to,” he says. “The secret is to go slow and steady.” SANDRA L. WALSH