And gamers can look forward to yet another version of “Street Fighter.”
“Franklin & Washington: The Founding Partnership,” Edward J. Larson — The Pulitzer Prize-winning author explores the bond between the two very different Founding Fathers.
Other notable releases: fiction — “Weather,” Jenny Offill; nonfiction — “Behind Every Great Woman is a Great Cat,” Justine Solomons-Moat
“Ford v Ferrari” (PG-13): Matt Damon (as retired driver Shelby Carroll) and Christian Bale (as current driver Ken Miles) provide stellar star power in a movie that already had a great storyline: Set in the 1960s, the two are hired by Ford to create and drive a car that can best Ferrari in the 24 Hours of Le Mans race.
“Street Fighter 5: Champion Edition” (PlayStation 4): One of the bestselling series of all time lives on … and on … and on. Since 1987, in fact. This compilation includes an all-star list of 40 fighters.
Other notable releases: “Darksiders Genesis” (PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch), “Dreams” (PlayStation 4), “The Yakuza Remastered Collection: Day One Edition” (PlayStation 4)
“Changes” (Justin Bieber): Last year, the 25-year-old said he was taking a break from music, looking to fix some personal issues. It didn’t take long for Beiber to re-emerge. The first single, “Yummy,” has been streamed more than 300 million times.
Other notable releases: “And It’s Still Alright” (Nathaniel Rateliff), “The Slow Rush” (Tame Impala)