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Street Fighter

  1. Things We Saw Today: A Condensed, 8-Bit Version of The Walking Dead

    It's dangerous to go alone.

    If you're behind on The Walking Dead, this 8-bit NES-style recap should get you shambling up to speed in no time.

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  2. These Paper Video Game Dioramas Are On A Whole ‘Nother Level

    Hey! Listen!

    I enjoy making papercraft in my spare time, but this...I bow to this. These amazing dioramas are created by a gent named Wuppes, who clearly knows his way around a cutting board. Arcade and console classics are his jam, and he's got replicas of everything from The Legend of Zelda to Bubble Bobble. Click through to have a gander at his work.

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  3. Watch the New Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist Webseries That Puts Street Fighter Movies to Shame

    Unless you're into "so bad it's good." Then, you probably love the Street Fighter movie.

    Street Fighter movies have been, let's say, less than great. So, Joey Ansah, Christian Howard, Mike Moh, and some other dedicated Street Fighter fans, martial artists, and film professionals took matters into their own hands, and now you can watch the awesome results in Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist.

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  4. A Special Editors’ Picks-Only Episode of The Geekosystem Podcast This Week With “It’s Animorphin’ Time!”

    Time? Where we're going, we don't need time.

    We were pressed for time this week, so it's a special short Editors' Picks episode this time around. We still manage to get in a fair bit of arguing, particularly about pronunciation. Here's what we're into this week!

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  5. Blanka Tries to Convince Us He’s Not a Baby-Eating Monster in Street Fighter Red Tape

    The TSA's guidelines on monster travel are surprisingly thorough.

    The logistics of a green, electric monster (whose dietary habits remain the object of speculation) participating in a worldwide street fighting tournament aren't easily dealt with. He might have trouble getting through customs, but the Street Fighter legal department isn't even sure they can get him on the plane.

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  6. Joey Ansah Has Strong Feelings About Street Fighter Characters, and That’s What Makes Assassin’s Fist So Great

    Unlike my strong feelings about video games, which just lead to me playing too many video games.

    Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist's Joey Ansah has strong feelings about the way licensed movies are handled, and it really shows through in the series. The story deals with the origins of Ryu, Ken, their master, and Akuma, and instead of shying away from taking these characters seriously, it uses characterization to drive the action.

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  7. The Pete Holmes Show’s Street Fighter Red Tape Finally Brings in Guile

    Ah yes, ol' Camp Boot. Home of the boot camp.

    So, we love The Pete Holmes Show, but we also know that it sometimes tends to beat its recurring sketch concepts into the ground just a bit. Damn it if the mere sight of Joel McHale in a Guile wig didn't almost make me spit my coffee out all over my computer, though. You keep doin' you, Pete. And God bless America!

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  8. Pete Holmes Has Some Bad News for Ken in Latest Street Fighter: Red Tape Sketch

    You're just a blonde, headbandless, red Ryu, Ken.

    In the latest episode of the Street Fighter: Red Tape sketch series from The Pete Holmes Show, Pete has some bad news for Ken about his application to be in the next tournament. It turns out they've already got a Ryu.

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  9. Round Two! Disney Heroines As Street Fighter Characters

    Last year, we shared the first batch of Mike V's re-imagined Disney heroines. Today, some new challengers appear. I know Mulan's the obvious choice here, but personally? My money's on Lilo. Hit the jump to see our favorites.

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  10. Kumail Nanjiani Plays Dhalsim in Latest Pete Holmes Show “Street Fighter: Red Tape” Sketch

    Yoga bureaucracy!

    In the latest installment of the "Street Fighter: Red Tape" sketch from The Pete Holmes Show, comedian Kumail Nanjiani threw on a baby skull necklace to play Dhalsim. The problem this time around is how does one market a violent yoga "master"?

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  11. Things We Saw Today: Devilishly Good Diablo III Cosplay

    Things We Saw Today

    Holy hell, that's impressive. Constructed and worn by cosplayer Krizdel Ingreso. (via Fashionably Geek)

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  12. Pete Holmes Denies Vega’s Equipment Request in Street Fighter: Red Tape

    Did Vega join the Court of Owls?

    The reality is that planning a huge worldwide tournament like Street Fighter would be a logistical nightmare. At least, that's the premise of the Street Fighter: Red Tape sketches from The Pete Holmes Show. This time around, Pete explains to Vega why he can't use his claoughw. Er, sorry. Claw..

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  13. Pete Holmes Grills Ryu Before Street Fighter Tournament in New Sketch

    Are they going to bleep out "Hadouken!"?

    It seems like Pete Holmes is laying off the X-Men for a bit and turning his attention to the Street Fighter gang. In this sketch he grills Ryu about all the things he shouts to see if they meet with network Standards & Practices guidelines. Oh, also Ryu is Zack Morris. The Pete Holmes Show returns February 24th on TBS.

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  14. The 30th Anniversary Capcom Character Encyclopedia Is Here

    It's the most fun history book you'll ever read.

    The 30th Anniversary Capcom Character Encyclopedia will remind you that Nintendo is not the only juggernaut of memorable video game characters. The handy book sports over 200 full page Capcom character profiles complete with character art, stats, and bios. It's the perfect coffee table book for any gamer, and it's available now.

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  15. Even More Disney Princesses Dressed as Other Characters for Halloween

    Pretty Pretty Princess

    Isaiah Stephens wasn't done after the six Disney Princesses her dressed up for Halloween as other fictional characters. No, he had to continue with characters dressed as characters from Buffy, Korra, The Power Rangers, and the X-Men.

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  16. Street Fighter vs. Plants vs. Zombies, The Best Mashup You Didn’t Even Know You Wanted

    Hadoukbraaaaiinnns!

    Nick Vaughn is a YouTuber who edits together games to square off against each other. His channel is pretty great. Vaughn's latest effort is Street Fighter vs. Plants vs. Zombies. It doesn't end well for the zombies. Hadouken!

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  17. Butcher Billy Mashes Up Street Fighter with 90′s Grunge

    This better inspire Dave Grohl to write a song called "Hadouken!"

    The early 1990's were a time ruled by grunge rock and video games, so one of our favorite artists, Butcher Billy, decided to put those two things together and create Grunge Street Fighters. He's paired some of the most iconic grunge rockers with the characters of Street Fighter and the result is amazing.

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  18. Hadouken! Disney Princesses As Street Fighters

    i swear by my pretty floral bonnet i will end you

    This "Disney Princesses vs. Capcom" series comes courtesy of Mike V, who's also done a rather spiffy collection of 8-bit style Disney characters. You kick some butt, Cinderella. That's what they get when they don't let you go to the ball. Check out the rest behind the jump. (via: BuzzFeed) Previously in Disney Princesses...
    • ...As Pokémon Trainers
    • ...In the World of Avatar: The Last Airbender
    • ...As Marvel and DC Superheroines

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  19. Things We Saw Today: Google Celebrates Rosalind Franklin’s 93rd Birthday!

    Things We Saw Today

    Rosalind Franklin, the female scientist who discovered the double helical structure of DNA during the course of her work with x-ray crystallography, would have been 93 today. Learn about how her work went largely unacknowledged for so long, and refresh on the most dramatic story you heard during high school biology over at Geekosystem.

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  20. Red Little House Shows Us What Some Favorite Video Games Would Look Like as Classic Cartoons

    Our Adorable Past

    Red Little House Studios, the company behind Fleish & Cherry in Crazy Hotel, has created these fun glimpses into what other video games would look like in their classic, rubber hose animation style, complete with the characters from their own video game running throughout. Maybe Micky Mouse is actually a Pokémon.

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