Live-Action STREET FIGHTER Crowd Funded Campaign Announced

Live-Action STREET FIGHTER Crowd Funded Campaign Announced

Capcom is backing a Kickstarter campaign for the creation of a Street Fighter web series from the makers of the Street Fighter: Legacy short. Read on for details.

Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist

Joey Ansah, director of Street Fighter: Legacy has a Capcom approved Kickstarter campaign to launch a web series, Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist. Much like the web series, Mortal Kombat: Legacy from director Kevin Tanchareon, this is aimed to be a gritty, darker adaptation of a fan favorite video game classic. The crowd funded campaign is aiming for £625,000 or $950,000 USD to have a web series launched by this winter.

The ambitious project is aiming to adapt the story of the 'Ansatsuken characters: Ryu, Ken, Gōken, Gōki/Akuma and Gōtetsu.' For more information on the project, CLICK HERE.

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Mark Julian
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TheDARKestKNIGHT - 4/9/2013, 1:21 PM
I hope this gets made! That short he made was better and more faithful to source material than any of the feature length films
SuperDude001 - 4/9/2013, 1:25 PM
Not bad. Has a lot of potential. Although they need to get rid of the character costumes and just trade it for a colour scheme of the characters clothes (like I don't mind some character wearing the actual game costumes, some should, but just from that video it seems more appropriate those those sorta characters to just have a more colour theme to their clothes rather than put on a uniform).
Meh kinda looking forward to this, but the directors gotta do a lot better. And a couple more close-ups.
jerryblake - 4/9/2013, 1:31 PM
de hell is that ? Where is Charlie Nash when you need him ?
Kamelot23 - 4/9/2013, 2:11 PM
No just stop, we all saw what they did with the money for dragon ball z

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