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Street Fighter II V vol 1 DVD

Street Fighter II V vol 1 DVD

Street Fighter II V vol 1 DVD

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From the sinister back-alleys of Hong Kong to the muddy banks of the Ganges, from Thailand to Spain and across lands unknown, Ken and Ryu track down the very best fighters in the world seeking the secrets of their power. Take to the streets and watch as legendary warriors collide in this amazing martial arts action series! This highly popular, half-hour, 29-episode, original Japanese TV series is one of the best animated action/adventure series existing today!

Running time: 210 minutes (7 full episodes)

Product details
Adult 14+ Parental Advisory
Department Video / DVD
Publisher Manga entertainment
Series Street fighter
Shop Manga & Anime
Spoken language Japanese
Primary language Japanese
Subtitle language English
DVD region 1
Product Code MAN-SF2D0001
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"Another approach at Street Fighter" by Winkelkar (Belgium) on Jan 3, 2004

I was thrilled to hear about the idea of a Street Fighter series! Because the American show of Street Fighter bites real hard so I'm gonna stop mentioning it.

Compared to the more serious approach to the Street Fighter universe in SF2: TAM and SF:Z/A this show focusses more on adventure and humor. Here we see Ryu and Ken as two teenagers who get back together after Ken went his own way. On one hand it kinda works but on the other hand this isn't really street fighter. Here Ryu is more like a child. Despite him being 17 you can harldy tell by his behavior! {:-) It totally clashes with his previous image as the lonely, hard fighter. But on the other hand again it's refreshing to see the characters inthis new setting. Ken is who he always was so no change here. Alot of SF characters pass the revue such as Guile, who plays a bigger role later on, Chun Li, same here as with Guile although her role will be alot bigger, Bison of course, Cammy, etc.

The artwork is really good. Every character is very detailed and looks true to the other anime and game. Eventhough they're pictured as teenagers they still look this true. The animation is crisp too but sometimes it feels like they slagged off or either they had to hold back because of funding. The animation is done by the same company who did the animation for SF2: TAM (group TAC). Too bad the show can't compete with the movie fighting scene wise.

This first volume is very entertaining and begs for more. The humor is very refreshing for a change and the characters are believable plus of course the nice fight scenes.