Capcom recently released the action-packed game Street Fighter V. Now, the fighters will hit the web as Street Fighter: Resurrection is set to air later this month. The trailer of upcoming live-action series revealed Charlie Nash's Sonic Boom.
Here's what is currently known about Street Fighter: Resurrection premiere date, spoiler, cast and plot.
The new iteration of Street Fighter series is directed by Joey Ansah, who supervised other Street Fighter projects like Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist and Street Fighter: Legacy.
The events in the Street Fighter: Resurrection takes place a decade after the happenings in Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist. The new trailer shows Ryu and Ken are now in the city. The two fighters seem to be in training mode. Martial Artist Mike Moh plays Ryu, while English Actor Christian Howard portrays Ken Masters. There's also new character that is speculated to be the Brazilian fighter Laura.
Check out the latest trailer below:
The fighter-soldier Charlie Nash (Alain Moussi) will definitely make the Street Fighter web series more exciting. Nash, who previously presumed dead, makes his triumphant return to the franchise. LA Times said the character is looking for legendary fighters, such as Bison, head of a shadowy corporation.
Ken and Ryu are clueless if Nash is an ally or enemy, but we'll definitely learn more once the show becomes available. The web series is also set to present cameo appearances from the likes of YouTube personalities Amy Johnston and Terroriser.
Screen Rant said Street Fighter: Resurrection will serve as the lead-in narrative arc of the fifth installment of Street Fighter game. In a review from IGN, it says Street Fighter V has a wonderful, diverse cast of characters. The game also offers plenty of challenging modes, such as story mode for more character immersion.
Interestingly, the first Street Fighter game was released in 1987, according to Mental Floss.
Avid Street Fighter fans will no doubt love the upcoming Street Fighter live-action series. Based on the trailer, its graphics is smooth and realistic. Expect that there will be heart-pounding scenes and lots of battles. Several viewers also hope that the good fight choreography and non-hokey effects haven't changed.
Street Fighter: Resurrection will premiere in the U.S. on March 15th, 2016. Fans can watch it on go90 and Machinima's YouTube channel.
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