History Trivia / StreetFighterII

22nd Jul '17 3:29:17 PM santos32
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* NonDubbedGrunts: When playing with the HD Remix filter in ''Ultra'', the characters reuse their Japanese voice acting from ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIV''. In the case of Evil Ryu and Violent Ken, they reuse the voice clips from their regular selves with a demonic filter applied.[[note]]This is particularly weird for Evil Ryu, who has a separate set of clips from Ryu.[[/note]] A non-voice example is in the first-person "Way of the Hadou" mode, which reuses 3D models from ''IV''.

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* NonDubbedGrunts: When playing with the HD Remix filter in ''Ultra'', the characters reuse their Japanese voice acting from ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIV''. In the case of Evil Ryu and Violent Ken, they reuse the voice clips from their regular selves with a demonic filter applied.[[note]]This is particularly weird for Evil Ryu, who has had a separate set of clips from Ryu.Ryu in ''IV'', but was most likely done to give consistency with Violent Ken.[[/note]] A non-voice example is in the first-person "Way of the Hadou" mode, which reuses 3D models from ''IV''.
16th Jun '17 6:17:34 AM Vulcan422
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** The announcer for ''Super'' and ''Super Turbo'' is referred to as "[[LiveActionTV/SesameStreet Big Bird]]".
9th Jun '17 11:38:46 AM MagBas
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*** Yoshiki Okamoto suggested that Chun-Li should have a shorter life bar than the other characters, as he felt [[UnfortunateImplications a female fighter would realistically be easier to beat than a male one]]. Thankfully, Akira Nishitani overruled him.[[note]]Upon learning this years later, composer Creator/YokoShimomura suggested that Chun-Li should've had a ''bigger'' life bar, since statically speaking, women tend to have longer lifespans than men.[[/note]]

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*** Yoshiki Okamoto suggested that Chun-Li should have a shorter life bar than the other characters, as he felt [[UnfortunateImplications a female fighter would realistically be easier to beat than a male one]]. Thankfully, one. Akira Nishitani overruled him.[[note]]Upon learning this years later, composer Creator/YokoShimomura suggested that Chun-Li should've had a ''bigger'' life bar, since statically speaking, women tend to have longer lifespans than men.[[/note]]
30th May '17 3:18:19 PM comicwriter
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*** Yoshiki Okamoto suggested that Chun-Li have a shorter life bar than the other characters, as he felt [[UnfortunateImplications a female fighter would realistically be easier to beat than a male one]]. Thankfully, Akira Nishitani overruled him.[[note]]Upon learning this years later, composer Creator/YokoShimomura suggested that Chun-Li should've had a ''bigger'' life bar, since statically speaking, women tend to have longer lifespans than men.[[/note]]

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*** Yoshiki Okamoto suggested that Chun-Li should have a shorter life bar than the other characters, as he felt [[UnfortunateImplications a female fighter would realistically be easier to beat than a male one]]. Thankfully, Akira Nishitani overruled him.[[note]]Upon learning this years later, composer Creator/YokoShimomura suggested that Chun-Li should've had a ''bigger'' life bar, since statically speaking, women tend to have longer lifespans than men.[[/note]]
30th May '17 3:17:54 PM comicwriter
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*** Yoshiki Okamoto suggested that Chun-Li have a shorter life bar than the other characters, as he felt [[UnfortunateImplications a female fighter would realistically be easier to beat than a male one]]. Thankfully, Akira Nishitani overruled him.[[note]]Upon learning this years later, composer Creator/YokoShimomura suggested that Chun-Li should've had a ''bigger'' life bar, since statically speaking, women tend to have longer lifespans than men.[[/note]]
13th Apr '17 2:27:15 PM santos32
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* NonDubbedGrunts: When playing with the HD Remix filter in ''Ultra'', the characters reuse their Japanese voice acting from ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIV''. In the case of Evil Ryu and Violent Ken, they reuse the voice clips from their regular selves with a demonic filter applied.[[note]]This is particularly weird for Evil Ryu, who has a separate set of clips from Ryu.[[/note]]

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* NonDubbedGrunts: When playing with the HD Remix filter in ''Ultra'', the characters reuse their Japanese voice acting from ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIV''. In the case of Evil Ryu and Violent Ken, they reuse the voice clips from their regular selves with a demonic filter applied.[[note]]This is particularly weird for Evil Ryu, who has a separate set of clips from Ryu.[[/note]][[/note]] A non-voice example is in the first-person "Way of the Hadou" mode, which reuses 3D models from ''IV''.
16th Mar '17 9:34:54 AM comicwriter
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** Two of the four new characters in ''Super Street Fighter II'' were going to be {{head swap}}s of each other: namely Fei Long and an unnamed rival. James Goddard, a Capcom USA employee who previously worked on ''Hyper Fighting'' and ''VideoGame/SaturdayNightSlamMasters'', was against the idea of having another pair of head swaps, since he believed that having a completely unique character instead of another head swap would add more variety to the game. The character he came up with to replace Fei Long's rival was none other than Dee Jay, who was modeled after Billy Blanks. The twin kung fu fighter idea would come to fruition in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII'' with Yun and Yang. Also, two of the original pitch's for Dee Jay's name were "Mantis" and "JJ Bam."

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** Two of the four new characters in ''Super Street Fighter II'' were going to be {{head swap}}s of each other: namely Fei Long and an unnamed rival. James Goddard, a Capcom USA employee who previously worked on ''Hyper Fighting'' and ''VideoGame/SaturdayNightSlamMasters'', was against the idea of having another pair of head swaps, since he believed that having a completely unique character instead of another head swap would add more variety to the game. The character he came up with to replace Fei Long's rival was none other than Dee Jay, who was modeled after Billy Blanks. The twin kung fu fighter idea would come to fruition in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII'' with Yun and Yang. Also, two of the original pitch's pitches for Dee Jay's name were "Mantis" and "JJ Bam."
16th Mar '17 9:34:13 AM comicwriter
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16th Mar '17 9:34:12 AM comicwriter
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** Two of the four new characters in ''Super Street Fighter II'' were going to be {{head swap}}s of each other: namely Fei Long and an unnamed rival. James Goddard, a Capcom USA employee who previously worked on ''Hyper Fighting'' and ''VideoGame/SaturdayNightSlamMasters'', was against the idea of having another pair of head swaps, since he believed that having a completely unique character instead of another head swap would add more variety to the game. The character he came up with to replace Fei Long's rival was none other than Dee Jay, who was modeled after Billy Blanks. The twin kung fu fighter idea would come to fruition in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII'' with Yun and Yang.

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** Two of the four new characters in ''Super Street Fighter II'' were going to be {{head swap}}s of each other: namely Fei Long and an unnamed rival. James Goddard, a Capcom USA employee who previously worked on ''Hyper Fighting'' and ''VideoGame/SaturdayNightSlamMasters'', was against the idea of having another pair of head swaps, since he believed that having a completely unique character instead of another head swap would add more variety to the game. The character he came up with to replace Fei Long's rival was none other than Dee Jay, who was modeled after Billy Blanks. The twin kung fu fighter idea would come to fruition in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII'' with Yun and Yang. Also, two of the original pitch's for Dee Jay's name were "Mantis" and "JJ Bam."
15th Feb '17 10:29:19 AM santos32
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* NonDubbedGrunts: When playing with the HD Remix filter in ''Ultra'', the characters reuse their Japanese voice acting from ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIV''. In the case of Evil Ryu and Violent Ken, they reuse the voice clips from their regular selves with a demonic filter applied.[[note]]This is particularly weird for Evil Ryu, who has a separate set of clips from Ryu.[[/note]]
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