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Badspike
Street Fighter 2
Boss Character
2/6/1991
Second boss
Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo
Playable Character
2/23/1994
Also playable in "Old" mode with code
Street Fighter: The Movie
Playable Character
6/1/1995
Portrayed by Jay Tavare
Capcom vs SNK Pro
Playable Character
5/2/2001
Ratio 3 Normal and EX mode available
SVC Chaos: SNK vs Capcom
Playable Character
7/2003
Portrayed by Kiyotomi Narikinya
Street Fighter 4
Playable Character
7/18/2008
Was a boss in Arcade Location Tests.
Did you know?

Iron Mike Bison
Though its old news now, Balrog's name in Japan is M. (for Mike) Bison a parody of the U.S. boxing legend, Mike Tyson. Fearing legal repercussions upon Street Fighter 2's release, his name was swapped with the final boss. For whatever reason, it was decided Vega sounded more like a Spaniard and Balrog sounded more like a Boxer, so further name swapping ensued until they became as they are to this day.
Badspike
In 2000, Capcom released Cannon Spike (USA, Gunspike JPN) for Naomi and Dreamcast. A top-down shooter developed by genre masters Psikyo, it featured a number of Capcom mainstays in starring roles.

@char=vega_stf@ appeared in drastically redesigned form as bosses "Fallen Balrog" and later "Revenger Balrog."

The arcade version featured @char=charlie_sfa@, @char=cammy_stf@, and a redesigned @char=arthur_mvc@ as playable characters. @char=megaman_mvc@ and @char=bbhood_das@ were exclusive to the Dreamcast version.

Since 2006
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