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Katashi Ishizuka ...
Ryû (voice) (as Ishizuka Katashi)
Tetsuya Iwanaga ...
Ken Masters (voice) (as Iwanaga Tetsuya)
Yûko Miyamura ...
Chun Li (voice) (as Miyamura Yuko)
Wataru Takagi ...
Zangief / Doctrine Dark (voice) (as Takagi Wataru)
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Guile (voice) (as Genda Tessho)
Chika Sakamoto ...
Pullum Purna (voice) (as Sakamoto Chika)
Issei Futamata ...
Skullomania (voice) (as Futamata Issei)
Banjô Ginga ...
Cracker Jack (voice) (as Ginga Banjo)
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Hokuto (voice) (as Amano Yuri)
Tomomichi Nishimura ...
Vega / Gouki (voice) (as Nishimura Tomomichi)
Takashi Nagasako ...
Darun Mister (voice) (as Nagasako Takashi)
Hikari Tachibana ...
Blair Dame (voice) (as Tachibana Hikari)
Osamu Hosoi ...
Allen Snider / Garuda (voice) (as Hosoi Osamu)
Kaneto Shiozawa ...
Kairi (voice) (as Shiozawa Kaneto)
Yûko Sasamoto ...
Sakura Kasugano (voice) (as Sasamoto Yuko)
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The 3-D fighter worth fighting for

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New-style graphics with the great old-skool SF gameplay
8 July 2004 | by (UK) – See all my reviews

Imagine being able to play your favorite characters such as Guile and Zangief, but with the freedom of a 3D camera. Well now you can. Don't be fooled by the modern polygon graphics- this game has all the familiar elements of SF2's classic engine. The moves and style of play are very similar, and any experts will be able to pick this up right away and get straight in with the basics.

Funded by Capcom, and using Capcom programmers and designers, this SF game takes things a step forward in a way the 2D games cannot- Because they don't have to draw every frame by hand, then are free to concentrate on the mechanics. Bison, Sakura, etc, are given a new lease of life with the new supermove system, and so it will give you something new to learn. This, and obviously the 10 new faces...

Instead of complaining about re-using sprites that are a decade old, I would advise people to jump on the bandwagon and start enjoying the latest development in SF gaming. Since Capcom are no longer making arcade games, and are about to stop production of 2D, this should be snapped up while it's available.


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