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"Got a Street Fighter/Final Fight ad to add?" , posted Fri 28 Mar 17:53:post reply

These are all I could gather so far.
http://fightingstreet.com/folders/moviestvfolder/othervideos/othervideos.html





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"Re(1):Got a Street Fighter/Final Fight ad to" , posted Sun 30 Mar 00:22:post reply

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These are all I could gather so far.
http://fightingstreet.com/folders/moviestvfolder/othervideos/othervideos.html



You wanna add the Final Fight CD intro? If you're interested I can try to get the Japanese intro off of Nicovideo.

*edit*
Here's the English version





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"Re(2):Got a Street Fighter/Final Fight ad to" , posted Sun 30 Mar 05:24:post reply

This thread is sometime in 1992...





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"Re(2):Got a Street Fighter/Final Fight ad to" , posted Sun 30 Mar 19:36:post reply

Thanks, haven't started to collect game intros yet but I was going to do that too. Isn't Damnd supposed to sound Jamaican?

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You wanna add the Final Fight CD intro? If you're interested I can try to get the Japanese intro off of Nicovideo.



1992? Don't get it.





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"Re(3):Got a Street Fighter/Final Fight ad to" , posted Mon 31 Mar 03:17post reply

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1992? Don't get it.



Come on, Final Fight Sega CD intro

"Sometime in 1992..."

Did I fall that flat?





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"Re(1):Got a Street Fighter/Final Fight ad to" , posted Mon 31 Mar 09:31post reply

Something weird about this video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBvMaQPQaX0

Am I correct in thinking the name of the artist is Alpha Lyra? Because I thought, "Hmm, that sounds familiar. Wikipedia time!" And that led me to this page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alpha_Lyra

See where it redirects to! Go ahead! You will be amused!

...at least, I was. And that's all that matters.

Semi-related: Does anyone know the artist of the Japanese SF2T ad music? I've wanted that ever since I saw those on the purple VHS tape.





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"Re(2):Got a Street Fighter/Final Fight ad to" , posted Mon 31 Mar 10:47post reply

quote:
Something weird about this video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBvMaQPQaX0

Am I correct in thinking the name of the artist is Alpha Lyra? Because I thought, "Hmm, that sounds familiar. Wikipedia time!" And that led me to this page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alpha_Lyra

See where it redirects to! Go ahead! You will be amused!

...at least, I was. And that's all that matters.

Semi-related: Does anyone know the artist of the Japanese SF2T ad music? I've wanted that ever since I saw those on the purple VHS tape.



Humm...If I remember correctly, during the 90's, I think it was 1992 I was reading a Nintendo magazine that had an article about a Capcom team called Alpha Lyra, and they were the guys that orchestrated (then converted to midi) the music for most of their games.





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"Re(3):Got a Street Fighter/Final Fight ad to" , posted Mon 31 Mar 10:51post reply

quote:
Something weird about this video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBvMaQPQaX0

Am I correct in thinking the name of the artist is Alpha Lyra? Because I thought, "Hmm, that sounds familiar. Wikipedia time!" And that led me to this page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alpha_Lyra

See where it redirects to! Go ahead! You will be amused!

...at least, I was. And that's all that matters.

Semi-related: Does anyone know the artist of the Japanese SF2T ad music? I've wanted that ever since I saw those on the purple VHS tape.


Humm...If I remember correctly, during the 90's, I think it was 1992 I was reading a Nintendo magazine that had an article about a Capcom team called Alpha Lyra, and they were the guys that orchestrated (then converted to midi) the music for most of their games.



Yeah this is what Im talking about
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alph_Lyla
Wow how can i remember this and not my anniversary?





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"Re(4):Got a Street Fighter/Final Fight ad to" , posted Mon 31 Mar 22:50post reply

Thanks for the star info, interesting.

Does anyone happen to have the SFA3 commercial for GBA? YouTube took it offline and I hadn't saved it yet.





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"Re(4):Got a Street Fighter/Final Fight ad to" , posted Tue 1 Apr 04:03post reply

quote:

Humm...If I remember correctly, during the 90's, I think it was 1992 I was reading a Nintendo magazine that had an article about a Capcom team called Alpha Lyra, and they were the guys that orchestrated (then converted to midi) the music for most of their games.


Yeah this is what Im talking about
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alph_Lyla
Wow how can i remember this and not my anniversary?



I didn't know of this team, but I was amused because the link I used redirects to the page for "Vega" which we all know is the US name for claw guy and... oh, never mind...

Interesting info on the proper page though! Thanks for that!





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"No coincidence" , posted Tue 1 Apr 09:40post reply

Vasili10 told me that the Complete File calls Vega (the dictator in the Japanese version) a fallen eagle, so he is related to the star or the meaning of the star. In SFIIV you can see an eagle's head as his symbol, might be some illuminatish thing.

I'm adding more commercials, done some today and will do more within the next days.
I also take Rival Schools, Cyberbots, Vampire/Darkstalkers and all other fighting games by Capcom or games that feature characters of the SF universe in the ad.
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I didn't know of this team, but I was amused because the link I used redirects to the page for "Vega" which we all know is the US name for claw guy and... oh, never mind...







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"Re(1):No coincidence" , posted Tue 1 Apr 10:02post reply

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Vasili10 told me that the Complete File calls Vega (the dictator in the Japanese version) a fallen eagle, so he is related to the star or the meaning of the star. In SFIIV you can see an eagle's head as his symbol, might be some illuminatish thing.


Lots of meanings here! I was just amused because claw was in the ad, but I didn't realize that there was a dictator connection too. Neat stuff!

Your ad list is a great resource, but I always worry that YouTube will wreck stuff by deleting everything. I think I'm gonna start backing up some of these on one of my external drives. Out of curiosity, do you have better source versions of a lot of these? I can't contribute much in the way of video, but I'd be glad to help ensure that these don't disappear.





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"Korean Sneaker commericail" , posted Tue 1 Apr 12:02post reply

Link Here

I found that on NicoVideo.

They also have a history of Street Fighter video set there I am downloading right now, there are some 10 parts. I'll try subtitle and upload that to youtube if I get the chance. If not, I'll just upload it.

There is one part on youtube, but I can't seem to find anymore.

Link Here

I'm going to subtitle the Final Fight CD Japanese scenes and put those up for another site. I was surprised to see/hear that Cody is played by Guts voice actor from Berserk. Haggar sounded familiar as well, but I can't figure out who he is exactly. The Japanese Final Fight CD ending appears to actually have an extra scene.





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"Re(1):Korean Sneaker commericail" , posted Tue 1 Apr 12:31post reply

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The Japanese Final Fight CD ending appears to actually have an extra scene.



What is the extra scene, Guy beats the crap out of that wimp Cody and takes Jessica for himself like the manly Bushin ninja that he is?





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"Re(2):Korean Sneaker commericail" , posted Tue 1 Apr 13:03post reply

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The Japanese Final Fight CD ending appears to actually have an extra scene.


What is the extra scene, Guy beats the crap out of that wimp Cody and takes Jessica for himself like the manly Bushin ninja that he is?



English FF CD ending

Cody and Guy say something to eachother by the broken window before walking past Belger's 4 rooftop swimming pools. In the English version you can see they cut from Haggar and Jessica talking to each other to Cody and Guy walking away.





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"Re(1):No coincidence" , posted Tue 1 Apr 14:15post reply

quote:
Vasili10 told me that the Complete File calls Vega (the dictator in the Japanese version) a fallen eagle, so he is related to the star or the meaning of the star. In SFIIV you can see an eagle's head as his symbol, might be some illuminatish thing.



I just had a EUREKA moment cos of your post! M. Bison, aka Vega is based off of the Stars of Nanto from Hokuto No Ken!

Bear with me.

Vega is the 5th brightest star in the sky and also part of a constellation; there are 6 Stars of Nanto which together form a constellation.

Vega is a "fallen Eagle," while each Nanto practioner is also assigned a bird (ie Shin: The Lone Eagle Fist, Rei: The Waterfowl Fist, Souther: The Phoenix Fist).

Vega's fighting style is largely based off of Nanto Suicho Ken with his open palm slashes and jabs (with glowing extended fingers) and emphasis on speed and ariel attacks. Just look at his SF2 animations, they're very HnK. The Psycho crusher seems like some sort of secret ultimate Nanto attack (complete with glowing chi aura), and his head stomp/upsidedown palm strike is similar to the ariel attacks Rei used on Yuda and Raoh.

Vega wears HnK style shoulder pads and boots.

Also "The name Vega derives from the Arabic word for Swooping Eagle or Vulture." Again, a bird connection and also something that describes his personality and move set.

It makes sense. While everyone else employed a real life martial arts style, Vega was using the supernatural Nanto Suicho Ken, hence he is the last boss. I remember fighting him for the first time on my older brother's SNES and just FEELING that he was in a different league than all the other fighters.

This is why I love the Street Fighter cast so much. I'm still noticing new things about them decades later.





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"Re(2):No coincidence" , posted Tue 1 Apr 14:22:post reply

The plot thickens! But don't forget about this thread in this very same place!

EDIT: STARTED BY THE SAME GUY WHO STARTED THIS THREAD WHAT'S GOING ON IN THIS TOWN





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"Re(2):No coincidence" , posted Thu 3 Apr 05:00:post reply

Nope sorry, most are of that lame quality. I saved all of them except for the one of SFA3 GBA.

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Out of curiosity, do you have better source versions of a lot of these? I can't contribute much in the way of video, but I'd be glad to help ensure that these don't disappear.



Copy this URL to your favorites so you can always save the videos.
javascript:document.location='http://keepvid.com/?url='+escape(window.location);


Thanks a lot for the links.

Nobinobita, to me it was the other way round. I just recently bought the DVD collection of HNK and realized the same thing. Thanks for your additional thoughts, I'll add them some day to my Rip Off section.
http://fightingstreet.com/folders/variousinfofolder/ripofffolder/ripoffpage1.html





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"Re(3):No coincidence" , posted Wed 9 Apr 11:48post reply

I found the "Yomigaeru Fujiwara Kyou" animated video on Nicovideo and I will translate and upload it in 6-8 min segments.

In case you don't know, it uses the same character designs as the SFII animated movie, but its purely educational in content. Not a single fight scene.

If you are interested I uploaded the Japanese ending of Final Fight CD

Link Here





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"Re(4):No coincidence" , posted Mon 14 Apr 01:16post reply

Street Fighter Yomigaeru Fujiwara-Kyou

I'll upload the other 3 Parts later.





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"Re(4):No coincidence" , posted Mon 14 Apr 02:09post reply

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I found the "Yomigaeru Fujiwara Kyou" animated video on Nicovideo and I will translate and upload it in 6-8 min segments.

I got that one with Ryu VS 1-3.





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"Re(4):No coincidence" , posted Mon 14 Apr 05:59post reply

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I found the "Yomigaeru Fujiwara Kyou" animated video on Nicovideo and I will translate and upload it in 6-8 min segments.

In case you don't know, it uses the same character designs as the SFII animated movie, but its purely educational in content. Not a single fight scene.

If you are interested I uploaded the Japanese ending of Final Fight CD

Link Here



Excuse my ignorance, but where is that from? What do you mean with educational? I had never seen that before.





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"Re(5):No coincidence" , posted Mon 14 Apr 06:40post reply

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Excuse my ignorance, but where is that from? What do you mean with educational? I had never seen that before.



Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li are invited by E. Honda to see his new special move, but are all transported back to Fujiwara, the ancient capital of Japan. Ken finds Ryu and gives him a crash course on history and time travel and set off to find Chun-Li and Honda while giving random tidbits about the city.

Part 2

Like aerialgroove said, In Japan this came with a manga called Ryu Vs.(UDON is SLOWLY translating it right now). I don't know where it originally aired though.





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"Street Fighter anime" , posted Tue 15 Apr 02:05post reply

Might have been a pilot to a series that never made it. Here's the original VHS:
http://www.grospixels.com/site/images/sfadapt/sf-adapt_html_m5ad37c30.jpg
Here's the new DVD cover:
http://fightingstreet.com/folders/moviestvfolder/moviestvpage.html

More rare movies at Grosspixels:
http://www.grospixels.com/site/sfadapt1.php
Anyone else seen that Korean chibi style anime?





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"Street Fighter anime" , posted Tue 15 Apr 02:06post reply

Might have been a pilot to a series that never made it. Here's the original VHS:
http://www.grospixels.com/site/images/sfadapt/sf-adapt_html_m5ad37c30.jpg
Here's the new DVD cover:
http://fightingstreet.com/folders/moviestvfolder/moviestvpage.html

More rare movies at Grosspixels:
http://www.grospixels.com/site/sfadapt1.php
Anyone else seen that Korean chibi style anime?





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"Re(5):No coincidence" , posted Tue 15 Apr 04:47post reply

quote:
Street Fighter Yomigaeru Fujiwara-Kyou

I'll upload the other 3 Parts later.

Thanks for uploading this strange SF curiosity. Although I'm not surprised that a story that features the SF characters travelling through time and listening to Ken give info dumps on the local scene didn't go anywhere I am amazed that this odd idea actually made it so far as to be animated.





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"Re(6):No coincidence" , posted Tue 15 Apr 05:31:post reply

quote:
Street Fighter Yomigaeru Fujiwara-Kyou

I'll upload the other 3 Parts later.
Thanks for uploading this strange SF curiosity. Although I'm not surprised that a story that features the SF characters travelling through time and listening to Ken give info dumps on the local scene didn't go anywhere I am amazed that this odd idea actually made it so far as to be animated.



Yeah, it would have been nice if Ryu got into a couple of fights like how Russell Crowe fought people at different places on that South Park episode.

Link Here


Final parts of Yomigaeru Kujiwara-Kyou
Part 3
Part 4





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