History WesternAnimation / StreetFighter

11th Sep '16 6:41:23 AM PF
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** Cammy [[spoiler:being brainwashed by Bison.]] This is especially notable because the overseas version of ''Super Street Fighter II'' rewrote Cammy's ending to imply that she was Bison's lover and not necessarily an agent (even though the writers ''did'' throw in plenty of subtext between them...).

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** Cammy [[spoiler:being brainwashed by Bison.]] This is especially notable because the overseas version of ''Super Street Fighter II'' rewrote Cammy's ending to imply that she was Bison's lover and not necessarily an agent (even though agent. However, the writers ''did'' throw in plenty of subtext between them...).them.
11th Sep '16 6:36:56 AM PF
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** Ken is rich.[[note]]Up until "So, You Want to be in Pictures", Ken had been portrayed more like he did in the live action movie.[[/note]]

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** Ken is rich.[[note]]Up until "So, You Want to be in Pictures", Ken had been portrayed acting more like he did in the his portrayal from live action movie.[[/note]]
11th Sep '16 6:31:57 AM PF
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* CanonForeigner: Escher, Lucinda, Mai-Lei, Satin Hammer, and Sachi (Ryu's cousin). Cammy's former teammates from [=MI5=] (Burke, Rory and Celia) are technically from the games, but the original game versions had different names and character designs.[[note]]Keith Wolfman, Matthew [=McCoy=], Lita Luwanda and a fourth member named George Ginzu.[[/note]]

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* CanonForeigner: Escher, Lucinda, Mai-Lei, Satin Hammer, and Sachi (Ryu's cousin).cousin), and Midori. Cammy's former teammates from [=MI5=] (Burke, Rory and Celia) are technically from the games, but the original game versions had different names and character designs.[[note]]Keith Wolfman, Matthew [=McCoy=], Lita Luwanda and a fourth member named George Ginzu.[[/note]]


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** Ken is rich.[[note]]Up until "So, You Want to be in Pictures", Ken had been portrayed more like he did in the live action movie.[[/note]]


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* SadisticChoice: In "Eye of the Beholder", Vega makes Blanka choose between the formula that will make him human again or Lei Mai, his love interest. [[spoiler:Blanka chooses the latter.]]


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* {{Squee}}: Sachi and Midori do this in "The Hand That Feeds You" when they realize that they had indeed met Fei Long in person.
6th Jun '16 6:30:33 AM PF
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* CulturalTranslation: In two ways. First off, Guile is clearly intended to be the primary character of the series. This goes to the point that he overshadowed Ryu and Ken themselves.[[note]]Guile was only absent in four episodes throughout the series. These episodes, wouldn't you know it, centered around Ryu and/or Ken. They are: "The World's Greatest Warrior", "So, You Want to Be in Pictures", "The Flame and the Rose" and "Final Fight."[[/note]] Secondly, Ken, the American half of the duo, was the one who received most of the spotlight in comparison to Ryu (the Japanese half). For example, Ken was the only character who actually defeated [[spoiler:Akuma]] in single combat and became "The World's Greatest Warrior" for his success.[[note]]In the games' continuity, Akuma considers Ryu closer to being a WorthyOpponent due to his potential to tap into the Satsui no Hado, and sees Ken as an amateur at best.[[/note]] And not only is Ken constantly a douche about being better than Ryu ([[{{Jerkass}} among other things]]), the show itself helps him back it up by making Ryu seem incompetent in comparison (in "Second to None", the closest thing Ryu got to a focus episode, Sagat thrashes him effortlessly - twice - and the episode makes it seem Ryu only beat him both times out of luck).

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* CulturalTranslation: In two ways. First off, Guile is clearly intended to be the primary character of the series. This goes to the point that he overshadowed Ryu and Ken themselves.[[note]]Guile was only absent in four episodes throughout the series. These episodes, wouldn't you know it, centered around Ryu and/or Ken. They are: "The World's Greatest Warrior", "So, You Want to Be in Pictures", "The Flame and the Rose" and "Final Fight."[[/note]] Secondly, Ken, the American half of the duo, was the one who received most of the spotlight in comparison to Ryu (the Japanese half). For example, Ken was the only character who actually defeated [[spoiler:Akuma]] in single combat and became "The World's Greatest Warrior" for his success.[[note]]In the games' continuity, Akuma considers Ryu closer to being a WorthyOpponent due to his potential to tap into the Satsui no Hado, and sees Ken as an amateur at best.[[/note]] And not only is Ken constantly a douche about being better than Ryu ([[{{Jerkass}} among other things]]), the show itself helps him back it up by making Ryu seem incompetent in comparison (in comparison. For example, in "Second to None", the closest thing Ryu got to a focus episode, Sagat thrashes him effortlessly - twice - and the episode makes it seem Ryu only beat him both times out of luck).luck.
5th Jun '16 12:27:05 PM AndyLA
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* CulturalTranslation: In two ways. First off, Guile is clearly intended to be the primary character of the series. This goes to the point that he overshadowed Ryu and Ken themselves.[[note]]Guile was only absent in four episodes throughout the series. These episodes, wouldn't you know it, centered around Ryu and/or Ken. They are: "The World's Greatest Warrior", "So, You Want to Be in Pictures", "The Flame and the Rose" and "Final Fight."[[/note]] Secondly, Ken, the American half of the duo, was the one who received most of the spotlight in comparison to Ryu (the Japanese half). For example, Ken was the only character who actually defeated [[spoiler:Akuma]] in single combat and became "The World's Greatest Warrior" for his success.[[note]]In the games' continuity, Akuma considers Ryu closer to being a WorthyOpponent due to his potential to tap into the Satsui no Hado, and sees Ken as an amateur at best.[[/note]]

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* CulturalTranslation: In two ways. First off, Guile is clearly intended to be the primary character of the series. This goes to the point that he overshadowed Ryu and Ken themselves.[[note]]Guile was only absent in four episodes throughout the series. These episodes, wouldn't you know it, centered around Ryu and/or Ken. They are: "The World's Greatest Warrior", "So, You Want to Be in Pictures", "The Flame and the Rose" and "Final Fight."[[/note]] Secondly, Ken, the American half of the duo, was the one who received most of the spotlight in comparison to Ryu (the Japanese half). For example, Ken was the only character who actually defeated [[spoiler:Akuma]] in single combat and became "The World's Greatest Warrior" for his success.[[note]]In the games' continuity, Akuma considers Ryu closer to being a WorthyOpponent due to his potential to tap into the Satsui no Hado, and sees Ken as an amateur at best.[[/note]][[/note]] And not only is Ken constantly a douche about being better than Ryu ([[{{Jerkass}} among other things]]), the show itself helps him back it up by making Ryu seem incompetent in comparison (in "Second to None", the closest thing Ryu got to a focus episode, Sagat thrashes him effortlessly - twice - and the episode makes it seem Ryu only beat him both times out of luck).
12th May '16 11:59:17 AM tropower
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That being said, ''Street Fighter'' lasted two seasons for a total of 26 episodes. It had more ''Street Fighter'' characters seen throughout its run than any other animated adaptation of ''Street Fighter'', considering the inclusion of the ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'' characters during the second season and an entire episode devoted to ''VideoGame/FinalFight''.

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That being said, ''Street Fighter'' lasted two seasons for a total of 26 episodes. It had more ''Street Fighter'' characters seen throughout its run than any other animated adaptation of ''Street Fighter'', considering the inclusion of the ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'' characters during the second season and an entire episode devoted to (and even called) ''VideoGame/FinalFight''.
1st Apr '16 10:44:20 AM PF
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** Creator/DavidKaye as Akuma in "The World's Greatest Warrior".

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** Creator/DavidKaye as Akuma Akuma, especially when he drops a dramatic "Yes" in "The World's Greatest Warrior".
1st Apr '16 12:33:14 AM PF
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** Ditto with Creator/DavidKaye as Akuma, and he's in two episodes maximum.

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** Ditto with Creator/DavidKaye as Akuma, and he's Akuma in two episodes maximum."The World's Greatest Warrior".
31st Mar '16 5:27:43 PM AndyLA
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* FunnyPrintUnderwear: In "Eye of the Beholder", we find out that Blanka wears lightning-print boxers.


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* GoofyPrintUnderwear: In "Eye of the Beholder", we find out that Blanka wears lightning-print boxers.
31st Mar '16 5:26:58 PM AndyLA
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* FunnyPrintUnderwear: In "Eye of the Beholder", we find out that Blanka wears lightning-print boxers.
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