1. Ryu, of Street Fighter partakes in this epic battle against Scorpion of Mortal Kombat. This is a really sick battle. Check it out.

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  2. The full fight from EVO 2004 between Justin Wong (Chun-Li) and Daigo Umehara (Ken). This is known as the greatest moment in video game history

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  3. Trying to nail my favorite demonflip mixup from Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike. I've finally got it, just not 100% with it yet. This progression of moves is EXXTREEMEELY difficult to pull off, even once...

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Street Fighter

Craig Keller

If you’re a gamer odds are you have some Street Fighter stories of your own, perhaps those years of pounding your friends with Chun Li on the SNES, or burning quarters trying to beat that asian kid at your local arcade or 7-11. What you may not know is…


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If you’re a gamer odds are you have some Street Fighter stories of your own, perhaps those years of pounding your friends with Chun Li on the SNES, or burning quarters trying to beat that asian kid at your local arcade or 7-11. What you may not know is that a lot of players never got over the itch, and have continued to play Street Fighter and its many incarnations for a decade and longer. Kids that where playing SF2 Champion Edition in middle school have grown up, graduated from highschool or college, and are still playing SF to this day, in some cases travelling all over the world for a shot at the gods of the game.
Is Street Fighter really this good? Yes, it is. In its true form, the arcade, Street Fighter is perhaps the most purely competitive video game ever made. It’s a visceral experience, standing a mere two inches from your opponent as your two characters fight it out in a very confined playing field. Winner stays, loser goes to the back of the line. It’s an addictive experience that is unique from the rewarding, yet remote satisfaction of a headshot delivered cross-country via the internet, and it’s what keeps Street Fighter die hards coming back for more.

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