Street Fighter

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Name: ストリートファイター
Abbreviation(s): SF or スト (Suto)
Creator: Capcom
Date(s): August 1987 – present
Medium: video games, arcade games, film, anime, manga
Country of Origin: Japan
External Links: Official Site
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Franchise Installments

The main Street Fighter franchise consists of the following titles:

Games
Films
Spin-off

Street Fighter is a series of fighting video games released by Capcom. Being long running and influential fighting game franchise, having gained massive popularity in the arcade boom of the 80s. Street Fighter II is credited with establishing many of the conventions of the one-on-one fighting games. Several official adaptations of the series exists, including animes, manga and live action films.

The Street Fighter franchise has had five major titles with several iterations for each generation as well as various spin-offs and crossovers.

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Characters Name

Street Fighter does not give the full names of all its characters, however thanks to the first live-action movie and American cartoon, several additional names have stuck. Chun-Li is usually given a surname of Xiang/Zhang, Ryu is given Hoshi, Victor is used as Sagat's first name and Guile's full name and rank was Colonel William F. Guile before he was canonically shown to be a Major. Charlie Nash's name was originally given by fan after combining his American and Japanese names and later became canon.

Shipping

  • Ryu/Chun-Li
  • Ryu/Ken
  • Chun-Li/Cammy
  • Chun-Li/Juri Han
  • Chun-Li/Vega
  • Guile/Nash

Fanworks

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Fanart

  • Ryu X Chun-Li Project - a fan-made 300 page graphic novel which aims to inspire Capcom to create a romantic storyline between the two characters.

Memes

Archives, Communities & Resources

Resources

Fansites & Forums

Communities

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