I remember the first Street Fighter,
Sagat was a boss where he got his chest scar from Ryu's finishing Shoryuken.
But in which of the Street Fighter series did
Sagat first become playable?
Sagat became the penultimate boss in Street Fighter 2: The World Warriors. Along with the another 3 bosses, he became playable in Street Fighter 2: Champion Edition.
I searched for Ryu's lastname and found that it is "Hoshi", but somehow I get the feeling this is only used in the "crappy" movie Street Fighter. Here are the sources I have found so far: Wikia, Wikipedia. The name is always listed under Action Movie or Live Action. Is Hoshi his "real" name as used by Capcom in the official Street Fighter Series? Perhaps Ryu has no lastname and Hoshi is only used for the movie.
the achievement? Some examples: For Fashion Plate, would I get the achievement if I obtain all colors for the 35 fighters of Super Street Fighter 4 or would I need to get all colors for the 4 new characters too? For From C to Shining C, would I be able to get the achievement by getting rank C for 20 characters on Super Street Fighter 4, and then for the 15 other characters on Arcade Edition? Would...In Super Street Fighter 4, there are many achievements that are linked to actions you take during gameplay. Some of these are: Fashion Plate: Even a top rate fighter needs to coordinate
Just playing Street Fighter IV on the iPhone and lost to Dee Jay using Sagat and received the following taunt: "They say you are the king of tigers. Now I know why." I don't understand how this is supposed to be an insult, 'king of the tigers' sounds like a cool thing to be called, but why would it be appropriate if I just lost?
If you don't know what the ME3 DLC is about, you may get spoiled. I did the From Ashes mission, and now I have a living Prothean as a potential squadmate. However, in the first mission after rescuing him, I wasn't able to select him, he was grayed out. He did mention that I was lying with words (as he sensed I'm a little too nice to people) when I told him I'd do anything to stop the reapers. Do I have to be a Renegade before I can use him? Or will he become available later? Why can't I select him from the get-go?
In regular (not Super) Street Fighter IV you could create player matches. You could make a player match friends-only, invite your friend, and play tons of matches. In Super Street Fighter IV, there are no player matches anymore. I can invite my friends if I create a game in endless mode or team mode, but not in 1v1 mode. Every time I try to click invite friend, it is always grayed out. Even if we create a party the option to invite party to game is also grayed out. How do I create a 1v1 match in SSFIV and invite someone from my friends list?
In the arcade version of Street Fighter II, when a challenger beats the current player who has a game in progress, what level does the challenger start off at? Does the challenger restart or continue on the last player's level? Was there a difference with Mortal Combat?
I'm trying to sign up for the Shoryuken forums to discuss Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and the registration page asks me who the final boss of Street Fighter IV is to prove I'm not a computer. I've never played that game, so I don't know the answer.
I just got Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition on PC (note: not to be confused with Street Fighter IV, which is a different game). When I go to "Challenge -> Trial", it says: Trial Mode is not compatible with Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition. The game will temporarily switch to Super Street Fighter IV Original. My questions are: Does SSF4AE also contain the SSF4? Is it possible to switch between the Arcade Edition and the Original? How? Do I need to unlock it? Remember, since I just got this game, I haven't unlocked anything and I don't even know what
In the very first Grand Theft Auto, I remember there being a picture of a helicopter (I think it was in the instructions) but I never found it in the game. Did it exist and was it playable?