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Street Fighter Zero (Japan)
Hidden Character
6/1/1995
Portrayed by Osamu Hosoi
Street Fighter Alpha 2
Playable Character
2/27/1996
Portrayed by Osamu Hosoi
Street Fighter Zero 2 Alpha
Playable Character
8/5/1996
Portrayed by Osamu Hosoi
Pocket Fighter
Hidden Character
9/4/1997
Selectable via the empty spot in the upper right corner of the select screen.
Portrayed by Osamu Hosoi
Street Fighter Alpha 3
Playable Character
6/29/1998
Portrayed by Osamu Hosoi
Marvel vs Capcom 2
Hidden Character
2/24/2000
From Street Fighter Alpha series.
Capcom vs SNK 2
Playable Character
8/1/2001
Portrayed by Osamu Hosoi
SVC Chaos: SNK vs Capcom
Boss Character
7/2003
Appears randomly as your fourth opponent in single player mode, or accessible via code.
Portrayed by Osamu Hosoi
Street Fighter 4
Hidden Character
2/12/2009
Available only in home versions.
Portrayed by Toshiyuki Kusuda, Ted Sroka
Super Street Fighter 4
Playable Character
4/27/2010
Portrayed by Toshiyuki Kusuda, Ted Sroka
Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition
Playable Character
6/7/2011
Portrayed by Toshiyuki Kusuda, Ted Sroka
Ultra Street Fighter 4
Playable Character
08/06/2014
Portrayed by Toshiyuki Kusuda, Ted Sroka
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Saikyokugenryu
Dan's design was created in retaliation to Art of Fighting's many similarities to Street Fighter. His appearance and moves all parody @char=ryo_aof@ and @char=robert_aof@. His win poses and propensity for taunting all parody @char=yuri_aof@ and @char=takuma_aof@. His father, Go Hibiki, is a parody of Takuma's @char=mrkarate1_aof@ persona, and his MSHvSF ending parodies the now infamous Art of Fighting cliffhanger ending.

Since 2006
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