History Anime / StreetFighterIIV

16th Dec '16 9:07:02 PM SecretStrategist
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->''"Gonna burn some muscle!"''

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10th Dec '16 2:17:07 PM comicwriter
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* AgeLift: Chun-Li is 15-year-old girl in this version instead of an adult policewoman.
4th Dec '16 8:07:41 PM Xtifr
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'''''Street Fighter II V''''' [[note]]That's "two-vee", not "two-five". It's a pun on the word "TV". So the title is more or less "Street Fighter TV", though the "V" stands for "Voyage"[[/note]] is an anime series based on Creator/{{Capcom}}'s successful ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'' games, which aired on Nippon Television in 1995. Produced by Creator/GroupTAC and directed by Gisaburo Sugii, the same crew who worked on ''Anime/StreetFighterIITheAnimatedMovie'', ''Street Fighter II V'' centers around alternate interpretations of the iconic World Warriors, with younger versions of the duo Ryu and Ken serving as the central characters.

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'''''Street ''Street Fighter II V''''' V'' [[note]]That's "two-vee", not "two-five". It's a pun on the word "TV". So the title is more or less "Street Fighter TV", though the "V" stands for "Voyage"[[/note]] is an anime series based on Creator/{{Capcom}}'s successful ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'' games, which aired on Nippon Television in 1995. Produced by Creator/GroupTAC and directed by Gisaburo Sugii, the same crew who worked on ''Anime/StreetFighterIITheAnimatedMovie'', ''Street Fighter II V'' centers around alternate interpretations of the iconic World Warriors, with younger versions of the duo Ryu and Ken serving as the central characters.
4th Dec '16 7:32:05 PM Saurubiker
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'''''Street Fighter II V''''' [[note]]That's "two-vee", not "two-five". It's a pun on the word "TV". So the title is more or less "Street Fighter TV", though the "V" officially stands for "Victory"[[/note]] is an anime series based on Creator/{{Capcom}}'s successful ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'' games, which aired on Nippon Television in 1995. Produced by Creator/GroupTAC and directed by Gisaburo Sugii, the same crew who worked on ''Anime/StreetFighterIITheAnimatedMovie'', ''Street Fighter II V'' centers around alternate interpretations of the iconic World Warriors, with younger versions of the duo Ryu and Ken serving as the central characters.

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'''''Street Fighter II V''''' [[note]]That's "two-vee", not "two-five". It's a pun on the word "TV". So the title is more or less "Street Fighter TV", though the "V" officially stands for "Victory"[[/note]] "Voyage"[[/note]] is an anime series based on Creator/{{Capcom}}'s successful ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'' games, which aired on Nippon Television in 1995. Produced by Creator/GroupTAC and directed by Gisaburo Sugii, the same crew who worked on ''Anime/StreetFighterIITheAnimatedMovie'', ''Street Fighter II V'' centers around alternate interpretations of the iconic World Warriors, with younger versions of the duo Ryu and Ken serving as the central characters.
4th Dec '16 5:39:38 AM PF
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* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: [[spoiler:Balrog attempts to do this to Cammy when she finds out that he lied to her about Dorai being a rogue Interpol agent. Lucky for her, Fei Long's distracted Balrog long enough for her to easily overpower him.]]
** Also, this is done to Ashura's right-hand man Donu [[spoiler:by Soong, the mole planted in the police by the organization]].

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* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness:
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[[spoiler:Balrog attempts to do this to Cammy when she finds out that he lied to her about Dorai being a rogue Interpol agent. Lucky for her, Fei Long's distracted Balrog long enough for her to easily overpower him.]]
** Also, this This is done to Ashura's right-hand man Donu [[spoiler:by Soong, the mole planted in the police by the organization]].
4th Dec '16 5:28:16 AM PF
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** Also, as with the games themselves, Boxer = Balrog, Claw = Vega, Dictator = Bison.

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** Also, as As with the games themselves, Boxer = Balrog, Claw = Vega, Dictator = Bison.
4th Dec '16 5:24:51 AM PF
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* AdaptedOut: Counting only the ''SFII'' games the series was based on, E. Honda, Blanka, T. Hawk and Dee Jay.

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* AdaptedOut: Counting only the ''SFII'' games the series was based on, E. Honda, Blanka, T. Hawk Hawk, and Dee Jay.
4th Dec '16 5:22:48 AM PF
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'''''Street Fighter II V''''' [[note]]That's "two-vee", not "two-five". It's a pun on the word "TV". So the title is more or less "Street Fighter TV", though the "V" officially stands for "Victory"[[/note]] is an anime series based on Creator/{{Capcom}}'s successful ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'' games which aired on Nippon Television in 1995. Produced by Creator/GroupTAC and directed by Gisaburo Sugii, the same crew who worked on ''Anime/StreetFighterIITheAnimatedMovie'', ''Street Fighter II V'' centers around alternate interpretations of the iconic World Warriors, with younger versions of the duo Ryu and Ken serving as the central characters.

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'''''Street Fighter II V''''' [[note]]That's "two-vee", not "two-five". It's a pun on the word "TV". So the title is more or less "Street Fighter TV", though the "V" officially stands for "Victory"[[/note]] is an anime series based on Creator/{{Capcom}}'s successful ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'' games games, which aired on Nippon Television in 1995. Produced by Creator/GroupTAC and directed by Gisaburo Sugii, the same crew who worked on ''Anime/StreetFighterIITheAnimatedMovie'', ''Street Fighter II V'' centers around alternate interpretations of the iconic World Warriors, with younger versions of the duo Ryu and Ken serving as the central characters.



Not to be confused with ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'', the fifth number installment in the video game series.

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Not to be confused with ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'', the fifth number numbered installment in the video fighting game series.
3rd Dec '16 5:29:33 PM Chris
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Not to be confused with ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'', the fifth number installment in the video game series.
19th Nov '16 5:39:23 AM PF
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'''''Street Fighter II V''''' [[note]]That's "two-vee", not "two-five". It's a pun on the word "TV". So the title is more or less "Street Fighter TV", though the "V" officially stands for "Victory"[[/note]] is an anime series based on Creator/{{Capcom}}'s successful ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'' games which aired on Nippon Television in 1995. Produced by Creator/GroupTAC and directed by Gisaburo Sugii, the same crew who worked on ''[[Anime/StreetFighterIITheAnimatedMovie Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie]]'', ''Street Fighter II V'' centers around alternate interpretations of the iconic World Warriors, with younger versions of the duo Ryu and Ken serving as the central characters.

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'''''Street Fighter II V''''' [[note]]That's "two-vee", not "two-five". It's a pun on the word "TV". So the title is more or less "Street Fighter TV", though the "V" officially stands for "Victory"[[/note]] is an anime series based on Creator/{{Capcom}}'s successful ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'' games which aired on Nippon Television in 1995. Produced by Creator/GroupTAC and directed by Gisaburo Sugii, the same crew who worked on ''[[Anime/StreetFighterIITheAnimatedMovie Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie]]'', ''Anime/StreetFighterIITheAnimatedMovie'', ''Street Fighter II V'' centers around alternate interpretations of the iconic World Warriors, with younger versions of the duo Ryu and Ken serving as the central characters.



* CutShort: ''Street Fighter II V'' was planned to last a full 51 episode run, but because of underwhelming ratings (as a result of the show airing against ''Manga/CrayonShinChan'' on the same time slot), it was cut down to 29 episodes. As a result, the show underwent drastic rewrites at the last minute, with the most notable changes being Balrog's portrayal as an Interpol double agent without any fighting skills (despite earlier promotional art showing him in full boxing gear), in order to wrap up the show's storyline as quickly as possible. This also meant that four of the fighters from the games (E. Honda, Blanka, T. Hawk and Dee-Jay), never got to show up.

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* CutShort: ''Street Fighter II V'' was planned to last a full 51 episode run, but because of underwhelming ratings (as a result of the show airing against ''Manga/CrayonShinChan'' on the same time slot), it was cut down to 29 episodes. As a result, the show underwent drastic rewrites at the last minute, with the most notable changes being Balrog's portrayal as an Interpol double agent without any fighting skills (despite earlier promotional art showing him in full boxing gear), in order to wrap up the show's storyline as quickly as possible. This also meant that four of the fighters from the games (E. Honda, Blanka, T. Hawk and Dee-Jay), Dee Jay), never got to show up.
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