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Street Fighter: The Movie

Street Fighter: The Movie (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Saturn
Tags: Fighting, Versus
Developer: Incredible Technologies
More Platforms: PlayStation
AKA: Street Fighter: Real Battle on Film (JP)

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Street Fighter: The Movie review

Reviewed July 04, 2007

dementedhut says: "When I popped this CD into my Saturn, I was pumped. Yes, I was looking forward to playing Street Fighter: The Movie. I mean, finally, a video game that gives me the opportunity to play as Kylie Minogue! So, as I pass the title screen and enter Movie Battle mode, I was ready to rock out with her. However, once the first "cutscene" (a still picture from the movie and some text) was finished, I was stuck in a fight controlling Jean-Claude Van Damme. I was bummed out... for a few seconds. The..."
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