|John D'Andrea||Score Composer|
|Mitsuhisa Hida||Associate Producer|
|Hiroshi Inagaki||Executive Producer|
|Cory Lerios||Score Composer|
|Akio Sakai||Executive Producer|
|Sound:||[stereo, Dolby Digital Stereo]|
New High-Definition Widescreen Transfer, Uncensored & Uncut; Original Japanese Version with New English Subtitles; Every English Version, US & UK, Restored & Remastered; English Version Opening & Closing Credits; SFII the Animated Movie Japanese Game Footage; Titleess Ending; Isolated Score; Production Art; Liner Notes; Trailers
It sticks to the story line of the video game and the fight scenes are pretty good. My favorite is when Ryu fights Fei Long. Its also better than the Street Fight V series, because they're not standing there for hours talking about the same thing over and over.
I agree with the dude above.I'm sick and tired of fighters just standing there,especially in *cough!*SFA!*cough!*.What an anti-climax-after-anti-climax it was!You keep thinking they will do some mega combo action and instead you just get one big explosion. Anyway this movie is top-notch and I like how everything just flows.I love the ryu scene where he stands on the mountain and the music plays.It's simply a historic event in cartoon history,I doubt they could re-create that feeling in a live-motion movie. You shouldn't look at everything in this movie in isolation.It's the whole package that rocks!!