History VideoGame / StreetFighterTheMovie

2nd May '17 7:12:27 PM GF93
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* {{Crossover}}: Blade's ending says that after completing his duty, he is "able to resume his wrestling career as Gunloc"-- a reference to the ''VideoGame/SaturdayNightSlamMasters'' series.

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* {{Crossover}}: Blade's ending says that after completing his duty, duty as a reverse-agent for the A.N. in Shadaloo, he is "able to resume his wrestling career as Gunloc"-- a reference to the ''VideoGame/SaturdayNightSlamMasters'' series.


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* GameOver: The one in the arcade version cleverly references an event in the film by playing [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYtYYdu3eHQ a digitized clip]] from it of Bison yelling [[LargeHam "GAAAAAME! OOOOVEEEEEEEERRRR!"]]-- which originates from the scene of him using remote-controlled mines to blow up Guile's Stealth Boat.
2nd May '17 7:05:36 PM GF93
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* TheBadGuyWins: Although this normally happens to its fullest extent (the defeat of Guile and the Allied Nations) when beating the game as General Bison on either version, it can also happen in the console-exclusive Movie Battle mode if time runs out-- as fully described underneath ItsAWonderfulFailure.

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* AWinnerIsYou: Although all the characters have their own endings in the arcade version-- Arcane, Khyber and F7 do not, and simply have the usual GameOver and credits shown after they finish the game. Strangely though, Akuma himself lacks a full ending in the console version despite having one in the arcade game, only having a picture of himself in his ''Raging Demon'' pose. In all these cases though, it can be justified by them being [[SecretCharacter normally hidden]].
* TheBadGuyWins: Although this normally happens to its fullest extent (the defeat of Guile and the Allied Nations) Nations, and Bison conquering the world) when beating the game as General Bison on either version, it can also happen in the console-exclusive Movie Battle mode if time runs out-- as fully described underneath ItsAWonderfulFailure.


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* SecretCharacter: Arcane, Khyber and F7 in the arcade version, and Akuma in the console version.
23rd Apr '17 8:42:08 AM GF93
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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: [[ObliviouslyEvil Zangief]] has this reaction to the crimes he committed in Bison's name in his arcade version ending. Although he makes up for it by realizing that Bison had been lying to him and defeating him, he's still tormented by what he did-- [[DownerEnding leading to him leaving the country and never being heard from again.]]
23rd Apr '17 8:37:53 AM GF93
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-->'''Blanka:''' [[TomatoInTheMirror What has happened to me?!]]

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-->'''Blanka:''' [[TomatoInTheMirror [[IAmAMonster What has happened to me?!]]
23rd Apr '17 8:36:19 AM GF93
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* AscendedMeme: Sheng Long was going to be a playable character in the arcade version, but Capcom kept flip-flopping on whether he could be included.

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* AscendedMeme: [[UrbanLegendOfZelda Sheng Long Long]] was going to be a playable character in the arcade version, but Capcom kept flip-flopping on whether he could be included.


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* CallBack: Several win quotes from the console version include references to events and things said in the film itself--
-->'''Bison:''' Get in my way again, and I shall snap your spine!
-->'''Zangief:''' [[ObliviouslyEvil Peace only comes through strength.]]
-->'''Guile:''' I'm the repo man, and your butt is mine!
-->'''Sagat:''' In Shadaloo, [[IAmTheNoun I am the law.]]
-->'''Chun-Li:''' I've had a tougher time fighting for a story!
-->'''Bison:''' [[AGodAmI Hardly a match for a god!]]
-->'''Sagat:''' The Shadaloo Tong will always be ruled by my iron fist.
-->'''Bison:''' Soon, the world will feel the loving grip of the Pax Bisonica!
-->'''Blanka:''' [[TomatoInTheMirror What has happened to me?!]]


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* EverythingsBetterWithSpinning: Moreso than usual for Zangief in the arcade version, as he gains two new moves that revolve around it-- the ''Airplane Spin'', a command grab in which he picks his opponent up on his shoulders and spins them round multiple times to dizzy them (but do no damage), and the ''Flying Brain Crusher'', a Super Combo in which he does the same thing whilst leaping high into the air and slamming them into the ground afterward.


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* HearingVoices: One of Blanka's win quotes in the console version indicates that he suffers from this as a result of the MindRape that helped change him into what he is now--
-->'''Blanka:''' AAAAAAAAHH! Stop the voices in my head!


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* ShockwaveStomp: E. Honda's ''Super Shiko'' special move, which involves him raising one leg and performing a powerful sumo stomp that causes a small tremor-- knocking the opponent over if they're close enough to him.
* SickeningCrunch: In fitting with the game's DarkerAndEdgier nature, this happens whenever a move that involves slamming an opponent head-first into the ground successfully occurs in the arcade version-- most notably Zangief's SpinningPiledriver and Vega's IzunaDrop, but it's also present in certain Super Combos, like Ken's ''Rengoku Guruma''.
23rd Apr '17 7:01:49 AM PF
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* DragonAscendant: In his Arcade version ending, Vega becomes the new leader of the Shadaloo Tong and all its black market operations after defeating both Bison and his former leader Sagat-- where although he has to keep a lower profile due to his newfound notoriety, he still competes in his usual underground cage matches.
** Averted in his console ending, however-- Vega stays loyal to Sagat here after they escape from Bison's collapsing empire, and instead secures his reputation as Viktor's right-hand-man and top prize fighter in the Shadaloo Tong.

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* DragonAscendant: In his Arcade version ending, Vega becomes the new leader of the Shadaloo Tong and all its black market operations after defeating both Bison and his former leader Sagat-- where although he has to keep a lower profile due to his newfound notoriety, he still competes in his usual underground cage matches. \n** Averted This is averted in his console ending, however-- however; Vega stays loyal to Sagat here after they escape from Bison's collapsing empire, and instead secures his reputation as Viktor's Sagat's right-hand-man and top prize fighter in the Shadaloo Tong.



* GuestFighter: Subverted. While he isn't exactly a guest fighter due to being a ''Street Fighter'' character after all, Akuma can be viewed as this-- as he wasn't in the movie, yet he did appear in both video games.

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* GuestFighter: Subverted. While he isn't exactly a guest fighter due to being a ''Street Fighter'' character after all, Akuma can be viewed as this-- this, as he wasn't in the movie, yet he did appear in both video games.
22nd Apr '17 10:23:46 PM GF93
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* TheBadGuyWins: Although this normally happens to its fullest extent (the defeat of Guile and the Allied Nations) when beating the game as General Bison on either version, it can also happen in the console-exclusive Movie Battle mode if time runs out-- as fully described underneath ItsAWonderfulFailure.
22nd Apr '17 10:14:28 PM GF93
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* ItsAWonderfulFailure: The bad ending of the Movie Battle mode in the console version. If the time to complete the mode (represented by the amount of time given to pay the $25 billion dollar ransom to Shadaloo before the hostages are executed) runs out, the ransom is paid over by the Allied Nations in return for the hostages, Colonel Guile is arrested and court-martialled for disobeying orders and being responsible for the utter failure of the mission, and Bison uses the money to successfully finance his super-soldier operation and take over the world.

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* ItsAWonderfulFailure: [[http://www.vgmuseum.com/end/psx/a/sfmovmvb.htm The bad ending of the Movie Battle mode in the console version. version.]] If the time to complete the mode (represented by the amount of time given to pay the $25 $20 billion dollar ransom to Shadaloo before the hostages are executed) runs out, the ransom is paid over by the Allied Nations in return for the hostages, Colonel Guile is arrested and court-martialled for disobeying orders and being responsible for the utter failure of the mission, and Bison uses the money to successfully finance complete his super-soldier operation and take over the world.
22nd Apr '17 10:04:46 PM GF93
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** Khyber plays this role straight in the arcade version, who is basically Dhalsim's replacement with his fire breathing techniques. Arkane has a few similarities with Blanka as well due to his electrocution attacks, which he shares with Bison.

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** Khyber plays this role straight in the arcade version, who is basically Dhalsim's replacement with his fire breathing techniques. fire-breathing techniques, albeit from a flamethrower hidden in his mask. Arkane has a few similarities with Blanka as well due to his electrocution attacks, which he shares with Bison.Bison and F7.
22nd Apr '17 10:01:46 PM GF93
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* DefeatMeansFriendship: In their console version endings, E. Honda and Zangief are stated to have become friends and sparring partners after fighting each other over the course of the game, and when [[HeelFaceTurn Zangief changes sides.]]
* DragonAscendant: In his Arcade version ending, Vega becomes the new leader of the Shadaloo Tong and all its black market operations after defeating both Bison and his former leader Sagat-- where although he has to keep a lower profile due to his newfound notoriety, he still competes in his usual underground cage matches.
** Averted in his console ending, however-- Vega stays loyal to Sagat here after they escape from Bison's collapsing empire, and instead secures his reputation as Viktor's right-hand-man and top prize fighter in the Shadaloo Tong.
* EyeBeams: Sagat has a variation of this as his ''Evil Eye'' special move in the arcade version. By holding down all three punch buttons and then releasing, Sagat lifts his eyepatch to project a short-range, wave-shaped beam from underneath it that stuns his opponent in place if they touch it. [[GameBreaker For a long time.]] [[UpToEleven And at no cost to his Super meter.]]



* ItsAWonderfulFailure: The bad ending of the Movie Battle mode in the console version. If the time to complete the mode (represented by the amount of time given to pay the $25 billion dollar ransom to Shadaloo before the hostages are executed) runs out, the ransom is paid over by the Allied Nations in return for the hostages, Colonel Guile is arrested and court-martialled, and Bison uses the money to finance his super-soldier operation and take over the world.
* KnifeNut: [[MeaningfulName Blade]], one of the Bison Troopers from the Arcade version. His fighting style revolves predominantly around knives, including ones that he can throw and spin in his hands or on the heels of his boots.

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* ItsAWonderfulFailure: The bad ending of the Movie Battle mode in the console version. If the time to complete the mode (represented by the amount of time given to pay the $25 billion dollar ransom to Shadaloo before the hostages are executed) runs out, the ransom is paid over by the Allied Nations in return for the hostages, Colonel Guile is arrested and court-martialled, court-martialled for disobeying orders and being responsible for the utter failure of the mission, and Bison uses the money to successfully finance his super-soldier operation and take over the world.
* KnifeNut: [[MeaningfulName Blade]], one of the Bison Troopers from the Arcade version. His fighting style revolves predominantly around knives, including ones that he can throw and spin in his hands or on extend from the heels of his boots.


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* SmarterThanYouLook: Dee Jay is revealed to be this in his console version ending. Although he initially ends up penniless and forced to work for Sagat after the collapse of Bison's empire, he escapes with a sizeable portion of his former employer's money, and keeps on the move and wealthy by utilising his skills as a hacker and engineer.
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