For a TV talent competition, Marcelo Carvalho precisely replicated the sound effects from a round of Street Fighter II. We can’t believe he didn’t win. How come we don’t get this sort of thing on America’s Got Talent?
Pete Holmes tries to get Blanka approved to fight Zangief, while the hairy green guy tries to explain that he’s human, and not a monster so he doesn’t have to fly as cargo in a crate outside the airplane. A troll is a type of monster, no?
In the upcoming online series Street Fighter: Assassin Fist, Ryu and Ken are still training under their master Gouken, who worries that their desire for more power could lead them to become like his brother, Gouki.
YouTuber Vogel reminds us why Mike Tyson used to be called The Baddest Man on the Planet, adding sound effects from Street Fighter II to an Iron Mike highlight reel. Come for the gimmick, stay for the knockouts.
A man doesn’t see the need to get car insurance because he’s not afraid of risks. But what about Ryu? Turkish insurance company Anadolu Sigorta recreates the Street Fighter II bonus stage in this silly ad. English captions available.
Street Fighter Ryu (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) must meet with standards and practices before he can dish out his Shoryukens and Hadoukens. Another hilarious sketch from The Pete Holmes Show. BTW, it’s Tatsumaki Senpukyaku! We think.
(NSFW) As we’ve seen before, Street Troller inserts Street Fighter and other fighting game characters into fail videos, making it seem like the sprites started the fun. It even has a super combo finish.
The latest trailer for Ultra Street Fighter IV shows off a few of the expansion’s features: new offensive and defensive tools, an elimination multiplayer mode and an online training mode. Drops 3/31/14.
World Warriors, put down your controller for a minute – or 1 hour and 12 minutes – and watch Capcom’s documentary about its prized creation. It features interviews with fans, creators and rivals. Thumbnail art is from Randis Albion.
We’re not sure how this more spiritual version of Street Fighter slipped past us but maybe that’s not necessarily a bad thing. That awesome bonus stage just doesn’t make up for the video quality. See the longer, 12-warrior edition here.
Ultra Street Fighter IV will bring gameplay tweaks, new features and five new characters. It will be a $15 add-on for those who own SSF IV or SSF IV AE; but it will also be available as a standalone disc (with bonus content) for $40.
(NSFW: Language) Ryu has some moves that take a ridiculously long time to build up, but ADHD’s very special “ultra” move requires more patience than the average game player has. What’s the button sequence for this one?
Awesome limited-edition life-size busts of Street Fighter’s golden boy by POP Culture Shock. The Ryu bust has adjustable eyes while the Evil Ryu bust has glowing red LED eyes. Pre-orders start 2/18/13.