In Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Phoenix Wright is a rookie defense attorney in the Fey and Co. law offices. He’s successful in using his detective skills to exonerate his clients even though it seems like the odds and evidence are stacked against him. The best part of this costume is being able to point your finger yelling “Objection!” to everything.
In Darkstalkers, Morrigan Aensland is a succubus and a princess of the demon realm. In the Marvel vs. Capcom series, she’s gone toe to toe with the best of Street Fighter.
In the Street Fighter series, Guile is a US Air Force major who sets out to avenge his wingman’s death. He does this by bare-knuckle brawling M. Bison. An F-14 Tomcat would get the job done much faster, but where’s the fun in that?
Blanka makes his first appearance in Street Fighter II. As a child, he becomes stranded in the Amazon after a plane crash. There he becomes exposed to electric eels that mutate his appearance and give him his electric powers.
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.
Chun-Li is notable for being the first well-known playable female video game character, who was first introduced in the game Street Fighter. This has earned her the title of “first lady of fighting games.” Don’t let her cute hairstyle fool you though. She packs a mean kick with her trademark Lightening Kick and Spinning Bird Kick moves.
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.