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Street Fighter
Playable Character
8/30/1987
Player two character, available in versus mode only.
Super Street Fighter 2
Playable Character
9/10/1993
Portrayed by Kenji Haga
Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo
Playable Character
2/23/1994
Also playable in "Old" mode with code
Portrayed by Kenji Haga
Street Fighter Alpha 2
Playable Character
2/27/1996
Playable in Super SF2 mode by pressing start before selecting (Zero 2 Alpha only)
Street Fighter Zero 2 Alpha
Playable Character
8/5/1996
Playable in Super SF2 mode by pressing start before selecting (Zero 2 Alpha only)
Marvel vs Capcom 2
Hidden Character
2/24/2000
From Street Fighter series.
Capcom vs SNK Pro
Playable Character
5/2/2001
Ratio 2, Normal and EX mode available
Street Fighter Online
Hidden Character
6/5/2008
Introduced in 10.2.2008 patch
Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo HD Remix
Playable Character
11/25/2008
Portrayed by Kenji Haga
Did you know?

Copykugenryu Cat
As Dan is to Art of Fighting, so is Yuri to Street Fighter. Since KoF98, she has inherited at least move from Capcom's signature shotos per game albeit subtely renamed and reanimated.
Karate Pimp
In Street Fighter 4, Rufus was originally designed as African-American with a fur-trimmed gi, gold necklace, and sneakers. The concept was ultimately scrapped in favor of the yellow-clad rotund fighter we know today. The attire was later used as Ken's alternate outfit.
Kevin Fever
The first actual sequel to the original Street Fighter was actually Street Fighter 2010: The Final Fight for the NES/Famicom. Contrary to urban legend, this was indeed a Street Fighter title in Japan, as well (known as 2010: Street Fighter, there), and it follows the character Kevin Striker across the galaxy to stop the evil scientist Dr. Jose.

When localized for the American market, Kevin's name was changed to Ken, and the story was re-written to having him retire from fighting, following the events of SF1, and become a scientist. Dr. Jose was changed to become Ken's friend and research partner, Troy.

Since 2010 is pretty far removed from Street Fighter, it is commonly assumed that since the Famicom/NES version of SF1 was canceled (having made it into catalog solicitations in Japan and the U.S., but never seen in any playable form), 2010 was an unrelated project that was slapped with the Street Fighter branding to appease customers.

Sadly, once the year 2010 did roll around, Capcom made no effort to even joke about this oft-forgotten chapter's existence.
Protoryuken
Prototype versions of Ryu and Ken exist in the ROM for the original Street Fighter. Limited to just one sprite each, these prototypes nonetheless show a number of differences compared with their final versions. Ryu's footwear and gloves are brown rather than red, his hair is shorter (more akin to subsequent depictions) and he has a meaner facial expression! Ken's prototype shows him wearing a red bandana, brown footwear and gloves whereas his final version omits the slippers and headband and changes the colour of his gloves to yellow. In addition, an unfinished arena is also present in the ROM. It is unlike any of the stages in the final game but clearly was abandoned early on in development as it is very rough; limited to just a black and blue outline.

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