History VideoGame / StreetFighterTheMovie

21st Feb '17 6:45:24 AM PF
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* CanonForeigner: Sawada, who was a [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute stand-in]] for Fei Long, as well as the Shadaloo Shock Troopers (Blade, Arkane, Khyber and F7).



* {{Crossover}}:
** Blade's ending says he's "able to resume his wrestling career as Gunloc", a reference of the ''VideoGame/SaturdayNightSlamMasters'' series.
** Also, in early development, VideoGame/MegaMan and [[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} Demitri Maximoff]] were planned to appear.
* FollowTheLeader: Capcom commissioned this to cash-in on the success of digitized fighters such as ''Mortal Kombat'' in the States.

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* {{Crossover}}:
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{{Crossover}}: Blade's ending says he's "able to resume his wrestling career as Gunloc", a reference of the ''VideoGame/SaturdayNightSlamMasters'' series.
** Also, in early development, VideoGame/MegaMan and [[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} Demitri Maximoff]] were planned to appear.
* FollowTheLeader: Capcom commissioned this to cash-in on the success of digitized fighters such as ''Mortal Kombat'' in the States.
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21st Feb '17 6:41:05 AM PF
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** On the other hand, Khyber plays this role straight in the arcade version, who is basically Dhalsim's replacement with his fire breathing techniques. Arkane also has a few similarities with Blanka as well due to his electrocution attacks.
* TitleTheAdaptation: Subverted. The actual movie is simply call ''Street Fighter'', while the title ''Street Fighter: The Movie'' was only used for the video games. ''Street Fighter: The Movie: The Game'' is just a [[FanNickname fan nickname]].

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** On the other hand, Khyber plays this role straight in the arcade version, who is basically Dhalsim's replacement with his fire breathing techniques. Arkane also has a few similarities with Blanka as well due to his electrocution attacks.
* TitleTheAdaptation: Subverted. The actual movie is simply call ''Street Fighter'', while the title ''Street Fighter: The Movie'' was only used for the video games. ''Street Fighter: The Movie: The Game'' is just a [[FanNickname fan nickname]].FanNickname.
21st Feb '17 6:37:59 AM PF
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** CanonImmigrant: In ''Street Fighter V'', due to the Bison Troopers and Sawada getting profiles, Sawada being a canon member of the U.S. Air Force alongside Guile and supporting characters Gen. Taylor and David and all five getting artwork.

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** * CanonImmigrant: In ''Street Fighter V'', due to Sawada and the Bison Troopers in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'', as they received profiles and Sawada getting profiles, Sawada being a canon member of the U.S. Air Force alongside Guile and supporting characters Gen. Taylor and David and all five getting artwork.artwork,
20th Feb '17 10:21:34 AM BackLash
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** CanonImmigrant: In ''Street Fighter V'', due to the Bison Troopers getting profiles, Sawada being a canon member of the U.S. Air Force alongside Guile and supporting characters Gen. Taylor and David and all five getting artwork.

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** CanonImmigrant: In ''Street Fighter V'', due to the Bison Troopers and Sawada getting profiles, Sawada being a canon member of the U.S. Air Force alongside Guile and supporting characters Gen. Taylor and David and all five getting artwork.
20th Feb '17 10:20:27 AM BackLash
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In 2016, Sawada and the four Bison Troopers [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130306.html were]] [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130307.html given]] [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130308.html profiles]] [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130309.html and]] [[http://streetfighter.wikia.com/wiki/Sawada artwork,]] which officially make them canon as of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV''.

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In 2016, Sawada and the four Bison Troopers [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130306.html were]] [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130307.html given]] [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130308.html profiles]] [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130309.html and]] [[http://streetfighter.wikia.com/wiki/Sawada [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column/131459.html artwork,]] which officially make them canon as of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV''.
4th Dec '16 8:04:21 PM Xtifr
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'''''Street Fighter: The Movie''''' is the title of two different games in the ''Franchise/StreetFighter'' series, both based on the 1994 film adaptation ''Film/StreetFighter''. The arcade version was developed by the same staff behind ''VideoGame/TimeKillers'', while the UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation}}[=/=]UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn versions, although published by Creator/{{Acclaim}} outside of Japan, was developed by Creator/{{Capcom}} themselves. Such {{recursive adaptation}}s are not unheard of, but they are rare for video games. Despite having the same title, the home version developed by Capcom is ''not'' a port of the arcade version. Though they both used the same digitized pictures as sprites, in the manner of ''Franchise/MortalKombat'', any similarities between the two end there. Even the digitization method used to convert the footage into game graphics were different for both games. In fact, the home version was actually released in Japan under a [[MarketBasedTitle different title]]: ''Street Fighter: Real Battle on Film''.

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'''''Street ''Street Fighter: The Movie''''' Movie'' is the title of two different games in the ''Franchise/StreetFighter'' series, both based on the 1994 film adaptation ''Film/StreetFighter''. The arcade version was developed by the same staff behind ''VideoGame/TimeKillers'', while the UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation}}[=/=]UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn versions, although published by Creator/{{Acclaim}} outside of Japan, was developed by Creator/{{Capcom}} themselves. Such {{recursive adaptation}}s are not unheard of, but they are rare for video games. Despite having the same title, the home version developed by Capcom is ''not'' a port of the arcade version. Though they both used the same digitized pictures as sprites, in the manner of ''Franchise/MortalKombat'', any similarities between the two end there. Even the digitization method used to convert the footage into game graphics were different for both games. In fact, the home version was actually released in Japan under a [[MarketBasedTitle different title]]: ''Street Fighter: Real Battle on Film''.
19th Sep '16 5:27:09 AM PF
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* NoPronunciationGuide: In the arcade version, the announcer mispronounces Ryu's name as ''Raiyu'' and the actor dubbing Ryu's voice, presumably his actual movie actor, Byron Mann, mispronounces the names of all of Ryu's techniques as well. Ken's voice actor doesn't even bother to try and simply says "Dragon" and "Hurricane" when performing the ''Shoryūken'' and ''Tatsumaki Senpūkyaku'' respectively. Capcom of Japan themselves would mock this in a later production sketch for ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'': a chibified Ryu is shown yelling "Dazoomakeesunpoo Kick!" The console version averted this by having Japanese voice actors voice the characters instead.

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* NoPronunciationGuide: In the arcade version, the announcer mispronounces Ryu's name as ''Raiyu'' and the actor dubbing Ryu's voice, presumably his actual movie actor, Byron Mann, mispronounces the names of all of Ryu's techniques as well. Ken's voice actor doesn't even bother to try and simply says "Dragon" and "Hurricane" when performing the ''Shoryūken'' Shoryūken and ''Tatsumaki Senpūkyaku'' Tatsumaki Senpūkyaku, respectively. Capcom of Japan themselves would mock this in a later production sketch for ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'': a chibified Ryu is shown yelling "Dazoomakeesunpoo Kick!" The console version averted this by having Japanese voice actors voice the characters instead.
19th Sep '16 5:25:22 AM PF
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In 2016, Sawada and the four Bison Troopers [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130306.html were]] [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130307.html given]] [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130308.html profiles]] [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130309.html and]] [[http://streetfighter.wikia.com/wiki/Sawada artwork]] making them offical canon as of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV''.

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In 2016, Sawada and the four Bison Troopers [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130306.html were]] [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130307.html given]] [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130308.html profiles]] [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130309.html and]] [[http://streetfighter.wikia.com/wiki/Sawada artwork]] making artwork,]] which officially make them offical canon as of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV''.
19th Sep '16 5:23:12 AM PF
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In 2016, Sawada and the four Bison Troopers [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130306.html were]] [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130307.html given]] [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130308.html profiles]] [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130309.html and]] [[http://streetfighter.wikia.com/wiki/Sawada artwork]] making them offical canon as of ''[[VideoGame/StreetFighterV Street Fighter V]]''

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In 2016, Sawada and the four Bison Troopers [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130306.html were]] [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130307.html given]] [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130308.html profiles]] [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130309.html and]] [[http://streetfighter.wikia.com/wiki/Sawada artwork]] making them offical canon as of ''[[VideoGame/StreetFighterV Street Fighter V]]''''VideoGame/StreetFighterV''.



!!Tropes Distinct To, Or Introduced In, This Game:

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** CanonImmigrant: In ''Street Fighter V'' due to the Bison Troopers getting profiles, Sawada being a canon member of the US Air Force alongside Guile and supporting characters Gen. Taylor and David and all five getting artwork.

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** CanonImmigrant: In ''Street Fighter V'' V'', due to the Bison Troopers getting profiles, Sawada being a canon member of the US U.S. Air Force alongside Guile and supporting characters Gen. Taylor and David and all five getting artwork.
19th Sep '16 4:50:02 AM BackLash
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In 2016, Sawada and the four Bison Troopers [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130306.html were]] [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130307.html given]] [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130308.html profiles]] [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130309.html and]] [[http://streetfighter.wikia.com/wiki/Sawada artwork]] making them offical canon as of ''[[VideoGame/StreetFighterV Street Fighter V]]''



** CanonImmigrant: In ''Street Fighter V'' due to the Bison Troopers getting profiles, Sawada being a canon member of the US Air Force alongside Guile and supporting characters Gen. Taylor and David and all five getting artwork.



** Blade's ending says he's "able to resume his wresting career as Gunloc", a reference of the ''VideoGame/SaturdayNightSlamMasters'' series.

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** Blade's ending says he's "able to resume his wresting wrestling career as Gunloc", a reference of the ''VideoGame/SaturdayNightSlamMasters'' series.
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