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Based off of the video game, on an island off the coast of Japan, Ryu, a martial artist, was given an invitation and some American money from his friend Ken Masters, telling him to come to ... See full summary »
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Series cast summary:
Tesshô Genda ...  Guile 29 episodes, 1995-1996
Skip Stellrecht ...  Ryu 29 episodes, 1995-1996
Kirk Thornton ...  Guile (Manga Entertainment dub) / ... 29 episodes, 1995-1996
Randy McPherson ...  Fei-Long (Manga Entertainment dub) / ... 29 episodes, 1995-1996
Junie Hoang ...  Chun-Li / ... 29 episodes, 1995-1996
Jason Douglas ...  Ken Masters (ADV Films dub) / ... 29 episodes, 1995-1996
Tânia Gaidarji Tânia Gaidarji ...  Chun Li 29 episodes, 1995-1996
Bridget Hoffman ...  Big Woman / ... 29 episodes, 1995-1996
Andrew Klimko Andrew Klimko ...  Fei-Long (ADV Films dub) 29 episodes, 1995-1996
Tamara Lo Tamara Lo ...  Chun-Li / ... 29 episodes, 1995-1996
Dan Lorge ...  Additional Voices 29 episodes, 1995-1996
Rob Mungle ...  Guile (ADV Films dub) / ... 29 episodes, 1995-1996
Orlando Vigiani Orlando Vigiani ...  Ryu 29 episodes, 1995-1996
Brett Weaver ...  Ryu (ADV Films dub) / ... 29 episodes, 1995-1996
Chisa Yokoyama ...  Chun-Li 27 episodes, 1995-1996
Lia Sargent ...  Chun-Li 17 episodes, 1995
Tom Wyner ...  M. Bison / ... 14 episodes, 1995
Francisco Borges Francisco Borges ...  Balrog 12 episodes, 1995
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Based off of the video game, on an island off the coast of Japan, Ryu, a martial artist, was given an invitation and some American money from his friend Ken Masters, telling him to come to the United States. Ryu arrives in San Francisco and Ken picks him up from the airport. Only to find out that Ken is rich and a defined martial artist himself. One night both Ryu and Ken were out scouting San Francisco for bars. Then, Ken flirts with somebody's girlfriend and gets into a fight. Ken has defeated the person. Only to find out that it was a partner of Air force pilot Guile. Ryu fights him, but was defeated easily. Ken then finds Guile and was too defeated. Ken then realizes that guile was a fighter of thew likes that Ryu and Ken has not seen before, Guile was a Street Fighter. So, both Ryu and Ken decided to set out to the world to learn the ways of the street fighter. Then, they get tangled up into a conspiracy involving a criminal organization. Written by John Wiggins

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Japan

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Japanese | English

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1998 (USA) See more »

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Street Fighter II: Victory See more »

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(29 episodes)

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Although the series depicts most of the cast of characters from various versions of the Street Fighter II video games, the only ones not featured are E. Honda, Blanka, Dee Jay, and T. Hawk. See more »

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In the later episodes, the cut marks on Ken's arms disappear and re-appear between frames. See more »

Quotes

Ken Masters: [knocks a biker off of his motorcycle and hands him a wad of money] Here you go. Merry Christmas.
Biker: Wow. I'm rich.
Ken Masters: No, you're lucky.
[rides off with his motorcycle]
Ken Masters: I'm the one that's rich.
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The best product of the Street Fighter world
7 January 2004 | by KolbeSee all my reviews

Ryu has no bandana in his head, some characters don't appear at all, Sagat is Ryu's fried, Dhalsim is not a fighter, Chun Li is a 15 year-old girl and his father, being alive, is Fei Long's sifu. In abstract, this japanese series is not even faithful to the original plot of the game. If you're a Street Fighter fan you might say "Then this series sucks!". That affirmation is far to long from reality -and I myself am a Street Fighter fan. Street Fighter II V is probably one of the greatest stories in whole anime, and one of the the best martial arts plots ever. We're before a very realistic story, narrated in the very realistic way possible for a 90's anime (except for a chapter or two). No one here has special powers or unreal moves. They're just martial artists, as real as Jackie Chan or Jet Li can be (without special effects). And when the 'hadouken' makes its presence, is not in a fantastic way, but a real one. Not just a power up like a Kamehame (Dragon Ball) that you can do like you walk of talk. Is based on a real work of investigation from the production team. In this series, you get to know Bodi Darma, the spiritual basis of martial arts, an the principles of Kundalini. Also, you get to know some places in the world, being as faithful as they can be in anime. From USA to Hong Kong, to India and Spain. The character's are for real too, not too cartoonish (for their personalities). Ken, being rich, changes his cloths almost every day, while Ryu has only 3 shirts and 2 pants (count if you don't believe me); and a pair of "Jordan" shoes that Ken gave him. Bison is not just "the bad guy". He has some napoleonic spirit in him, and the power he has is no different from the one Ryu and Ken have (in the game, every character's power is 'different' or with different origins. In the real world that can't be true). I can say, with no regrets, that the all Street Fighter things out there (games, movies, comics), this was the one I enjoyed more. And the one with most value. Totally recommended!


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