Streetfighter (der Film) mashed mit Streetfighter (das Game)


(Youtube Direktstreetfighter, via Superlevel)

Sehr schönes Mashup, das Kampfszenen aus der Streetfighter-Verfilmung mit den Sounds und dem GUI aus dem Game remixt.

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  1. Matty

    Das ist aber Leon, nicht Streetfighter. *Klugscheiss* ;-)

  2. dasRob

    Na toll….
    da steht außen “noch kein Kommentar” und ich dachte ich könnt klugscheißen, nun war doch jemand schneller ;)

    Schade um die schöne Überschrift…. hrr

  3. Im A Wiener

    Das du dich so schlecht im Oevre von Herrn van Damme auskennst ist wahrlich ein wenig blamabel. Aber was nicht ist kann ja noch werden.
    Auf jeden Fall vielen Dank für dieses coole Video.

  4. The Director

    Das Video ist echt cool und zum Glück hat schon jemand das mit dem Klugscheißen für mich übernommen :)
    Komischerweise passen die Kapfszenen aus diesem Film aber besser zum Spiel, als die aus dem Street Fighter Film.

  5. diman

    Achja, da Kommen Erinnerungen hoch(vom Film, sowie auch vom Spiel ;)). Danke dafür.
    P.S. wer sich das video ansieht, braucht den Film nicht mehr zu schauen… ;D

  6. D2f

    Da bin ich wohl nicht der einzige der den Klugscheißmodus angeschaltet hat. Aber Lyon war ja wirklich einer der besseren Van Damme Filme…

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