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SF II: The Satire Edition

rated 3.90 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Parody

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Dec 27, 2010 | 11:01 AM EST

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Update 4/13/2013 : Flash Retooled with more Newgrounds music and less original content. same flash, different music.
I shold have done this sooner...
Also, Ryu's Scene near the end was altered. Originally, the joke was about having him sing "Pop Star" by Ken Hirai, but due to copyright issues I had to replace it with Guile's theme. Thankfully it goes with everything! :D

I'm back and with a treat for you all. SFII The Satire Edition. This was something that i've been wanting to do ever since the SF collab was announced.

It all started earlier this year when I decided to play through various ports and upgrades of the game and I slowly developed several ideas in the process. I even decided to read up on each character's bio just to understand their backstories a bit better. I started writing the script, got several VAs and got some additional help from other authors. overall it was a 4 month process.I even decided to add a few cameos from SF4 in it because in a parody, anything can happen.

The character based humor was somewhat inspired by Brawl Taunts. The humor ranges from childish to campy to crude to somewhat offensive, depending on your sense of humor. Even though I made 4 MK Mishaps flashes in the past, I'll admit that this project was challenging for me since this SF lacks the "Gory comedy" that Mortal Kombat was known for

Thanks to everyone who helped out. I can't add the whole cast to the author Credits section, but you guys have all been credited for your work in the flash anyway.

Enjoy and Happy New Year!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


i fought it was quite good fuck what anyone else says


Rated 2 / 5 stars

I had trouble sitting through it

It really wasn't that impressive at all. I would say the sprite animations were decent, but there wasn't even a whole lot of animating, the characters just stood in place for most of the time.
The voices ranged from decent, to pretty god awful. Some of the accents were terribly off. Also, some scenes had one character so quiet I needed to crank up my volume, but then the other character is so loud I rupture an ear drum, aka inconsistent voice volume levels.
The jokes were really mediocre too. A lot of them were rather obvious, but not done well. "Hahaha, Ryu and Ken have the same move set, one of them copies the other, ololololol". Yeah, that joke was funny..... when we realized it back in the 90s. Then we realized Ryu and Ken had the same teacher, and that was that.
Overall, it was a rather weak performance, needing some definitely improvement.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


another great from HadoukenDude as per usual you wouldn't any thing less than great comedy and something to make you laugh can't wait for 2011


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

sorta right

I'll partially agree with Panachinator on this one. Ripped sprites and game references doesn't make a good movie. But I'll say, some of the jokes are actually very creative. What many animators fail to realize is that quantity doesn't count for quality. Each time you give me a good joke you throw me 5 horrible ones. I'll still give it a 5 mainly because I'm a huge Street Fighter fan and at least the material was way more truthful to the game then the last Street Fighter 4 collab, which was basically random generic jokes/situations with street fighter characters in it.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars


lol Whats with nerds and japanese stuff?