Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist is a short live action series adapted from the game. The series will tell the story of Ken, Ryu, Akuma and Gouken, and their relationship. Going by the trailer alone, it looks much better than the awful Chun-li movie that basically Hadouken-ed cinema for street fighter. The live action series will debut in May on TV, DVD, Blu-Ray and YouTube.
YouTube channel ParodiePub has created videos featuring several Street Fighter characters, most notably Chun-Li and Blanka. Hit ahead to see another video of Chun-Li being a scumbag, and a few of Blanka being a troll and making everyone’s life miserable.
The zombies never stood a chance. Not in their wildest dreams.
Street Fighter characters are pretty awesome in their prime; filled with power, strength and skill, they do command some sort of respect. Eventually though, this lifestyle must take a toll on the human, tough as they might be. This series by artist and illustrator Arman Akopian takes a look at what Street Fighter characters would be after their prime, and yes, the picture isn’t rosy. Turns out, even the toughest and grittiest of these warriors carry the marks of their trouble and their pain. Some made it out with their life and sanity, some just didn’t.
For fans of Street Fighter and gaming in general, Capcom has made available the official documentary on 25 years of Street Fighter. Titled I Am Street Fighter – 25th Anniversary Documentary was originally released as part of the Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Collector’s Set and tells the story of the creation and history of the game, not to mention clips of the game’s fans. Sit, relax and click play on the video above for 72 minutes well spent.
Rarely does the camera catch cats doing what they do best, cat street fights. But we do have it here, the Cat Fighter, or cats doing a parody of street fighter. It could be pointed out that in the parody, they’re not doing things much the way of Street Fighter, but cats do things their way, and they do it right.
This MacBook sticker makes excellent use of the Apple logo to use it as a Hadouken for Ryu. The decal is made with transparent vinyl and costs $15.
A long-long time ago, we got the pleasure to see the Sesame Street/Street Fighter parody in the works of Matt Crane. The latest offering of the artist is a parody poster for Super Sesame Street Fighter. The poster is available for pre-order/funding on Kickstarter.
Adorable and cute are perhaps the adjectives that would never apply to the magnificence of Street Fighter characters. But played just right, it can be done and be done very well. This trailer by Brazilian artist Victor Hugo Queiroz shows just that, as Ryu and Hugo fight in Street Fighter III – Fuurinkazan.
Street Fighter is turning 25 in a couple of months, and that happens to be making us feel really, really old. But look, here’s the good part, they’re coming up with a Street Fighter themed chess set to commemorate the occasion. One of the many memorabilia that will roll out, we’re sure.