In Mortal Kombat, Sonya Blade is an officer of the U.S. Special Forces. While pursuing Kano and the Black Dragon syndicate, she enters Shang Tsung's fighting tournament. Even though she's dressed for sweating to the oldies rather than fighting to the death, she's able to hold her own against some of the fiercest fighters in the world.
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February 26, 2016 by shadsea
In Street Fighter EX, Skullomania’s costume is simply a black body stocking with a skeleton motif printed on it. The Kamen Rider/”Skull Rider” image was enhanced in Street Fighter EX2, where Skullomania’s costume gained a red scarf, gloves, and boots, as well as a belt almost identical to the Typhoon belt worn by Hayato Ichimonji, Kamen Rider #2. Both the belt and the forehead of Skullo’s mask bear a stylized letter “S”.
March 10, 2013 by Evie Hopkins
Ryu is notably one of Street Fighters most popular characters. Premiering in the very first Street Fighter in 1987, he’s been hadoken-ing his way through a series of sequels, crossovers, and even mangas to date. He is arguably one of the most prominent icons in video game history. Just Google ‘Ryu’. Do it. You won’t.September 12, 2013 by Evie Hopkins
Introduced in the first Final Fight, Poison is one of the few characters from the Capcom series to move on to a minor role in the popular fighter game, Street Fighter. She has since appeared in later artworks and cross-over games and is notably one of the top female characters in video game history.
April 18, 2013 by Evie Hopkins
Crimson Viper, also known as Maya, is definitely one of video game’s sexiest females. She wears the suit because she’s a secret agent under the employment of a U.S. government agency. But don’t let her beauty fool you – she conceals weapons in her boots and her gloves are electrically charged, making her a deadly threat.July 26, 2013 by Amy
Edmond Honda, better known as E. Honda, is a professional sumo wrestler who’s featured in the video game Street Fighter. Honda’s signature move is the Hyaku Retsu Harite which literally translates to the Hundred Violent Sumo Hands but is more commonly referred to as the Hundred Hand Slap.
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