Ryu destroys car just like the Street Fighter Arcade game!
about STREET FIGHTER
Street Fighter . commonly abbreviated as SF or スト (Suto), is a fighting game franchise byCapcom. The game’s playable characters originate from different countries around the world, each with his or her own unique fighting style. It is Capcom’s second best-selling franchise, having significant success worldwide.
With its first game released in 1987 and the game has evolved through the years as well as through its many iterations, remains one of the most popular video games today.
- The first animation based on the Street Fighter franchise was an unofficial animation released in South Korea in 1992, titled simply Street Fighter. It follows the characters Soryong and Saeng as they travel into the world of Street Fighter to defeat M. Bison.
- An anime film Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie by Group TAC was released theatrically in Japan in 1994. The English adaptation, produced by Manga Entertainment, was released on home video in 1995.
- Group TAC also produced an animated TV series Street Fighter II V, which first aired on Yomiuri TV in 1995, and a two-episode original video animation (OVA) series, Street Fighter Alpha: The Movie, which was released in 1999. English adaptations of both productions were produced by Manga Entertainment as well, though ADV Films did produce an early English adaptation of Street Fighter II V for the UK in the 90’s.
- An American-produced animated television series based on the games, titled simply Street Fighter, was produced by InVision Entertainment and aired in North America between 1995 and 1997. The series focused on Guile as he leads a group of “Street Fighters” to battle against Bison and his minions.
- A second OVA based on Street Fighter Alpha, titled Street Fighter Alpha: Generations, was produced specifically for the English market by Studio A.P.P.P. in 2005.
- With the publication of Street Fighter II manga complete edition, a 26-minute educational animation film Street Fighter Yomigaeru Fujiwara-Kyou was also released in 2004. In it, Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li and E.Honda travel back through time and learn about Japanese history. This film contains no fighting scenes and was released only in Japan.
- OVA Street Fighter IV: The Ties That Bind was released by Studio 4 °C in 2009. Street Fighter IV: The Ties That Bind is an animated movie directed by Jirō Kanai that was featured in a bonus disc included in the Collector’s Edition of Street Fighter IV for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The film adaptation was part of Capcom’s multi-platform launch for 2008 that also launched video games and a potential TV series in 2008.
- In Asia, a downloadable voucher for a Super Street Fighter IV movie featuring Juri was given in the Collector’s Edition of the Xbox 360 version. The 35-minute feature serves as an origin story to Juri and a canonical precursor to the game. Although having been fully dubbed in English, the film was not released outside of Asia until its inclusion as part of the Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Collector’s Set in 2012.
- There are four original animated trailers for Street Fighter IV that serve as prequels for its story.