The NeoGamer channel on YouTube returns to recover a piece of the history of video games, and offers us production material for Street Fighter: The Movie, the game developed by Capcom and Incredible Technologies that adapts the film to classical mechanics from the Street Fighter Saga the aesthetics of the 1994 Steve E. De Souza movie.
Street Fighter: The last battle was a movie quite disappointing for fans, but those responsible for his game made an important effort to create a title that is visually surprising. Closing to the aesthetics of Mortal Kombat, which at that time enjoyed enormous popularity, this strange installment of Street Fighter also used images of real actors for its graphics, including the protagonists of the film, among which were Jean-Claude Van Damme and Kylie Minogue . The actors were recorded in front of a blue chroma to later be able to extract their figure and use it as animated sprites.
Among the many interesting images of this video we can highlight photographs of Ernie Reyes characterized as Akuma, or Raven, a character that was removed from the final version of the game. This is a content that is sure to please the fiercest Street Fighter fans, who may not know that the protagonist of the film, Van Damme, was accused of making filming difficult.