Street Fighter

Turns out a diverse range of fighting locations is pretty expensive.

Street Fighter Red Tape: M. Bison

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Blanka learns why he must fly cargo rather than coach in Pete Holmes’ latest Street Fighter Red Tape.

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Street Fighter fans can pre-order this Chun-Li vs. Vega 15in. Diorama Statue, which includes interchangeable classic and Alpha versions of Chun-Li, for the low, low price of $370.

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Who knew insurance against Ryu showing up to randomly destroy a car was a thing?

Anadolu Sigorta – Kaskosuz Sürücüye Aduket Şoku via You Bent My Wookie

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These 12in. Chun-Li and Cammy Street Fighter IV Version 2.0 Real Action Heroes can be yours for the low, low price of $250 each.

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Street Fighter fans can pre-order this Street Fighter Cammy Bishoujo Statue for the low, low price of $60.

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Kotobukiya’s new 8in. Street Fighter Chun-Li Bishoujo Statue is the first of a new series of Street Fighter Bishoujo statues and can by yours beginning in January.

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We’ve already seen Super Mario and Mega Man both mashed up with Portal. Now it’s Super Street Fighter’s turn.

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Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter II, Resident Evil, and Doom. Crappy movies? Sure, but that’s not all they have in common. Along with other titles such as Super Mario Kart and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time they all made X-Play’s list of Top 10 Revolutionary Games of the 1990s. Here’s Part One and you’ll find Part Two after the jump.

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Check out these Tron-inspired versions of classic Street Fighter characters by BossLogic.

[deviantART via Unreality]

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