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Akuma
Playable Character
Portrayed by Ernie Reyes Sr.
Hidden in home ports.
Arkane
Hidden Character
Portrayed by Alan Noon
Unavailable in home ports.
Balrog
Playable Character
Portrayed by Grand L. Bush
Blade
Playable Character
Portrayed by Alan Noon
Unavailable in home ports.
Blanka
Playable Character
Portrayed by Robert Mammone
Console versions only
Chun-Li
Playable Character
Portrayed by Ming-Na
Dee Jay
Playable Character
Portrayed by Miguel Nunez Jr.
Console versions only
F7
Hidden Character
Portrayed by Alan Noon
Unavailable in home ports.
Guile
Playable Character
Portrayed by Jean-Claude Van Damme
Ken Masters
Playable Character
Portrayed by Damian Chapa
Khyber
Hidden Character
Portrayed by Alan Noon
Unavailable in home ports.
Ryu
Playable Character
Portrayed by Byron Mann
Sagat
Playable Character
Portrayed by Wes Studi
Zangief
Playable Character
Portrayed by Andrew Brynairski

Fighter Select

Releases
Arcade
6/1/1995
Saturn
8/10/1995
Playstation
8/10/1995
Home versions were re-engineered by Capcom into a mostly functional SSF2T/SFEX hybrid.
Did you know?
What could have been
According to game co-developer Alan Noon (who also played Blade and his palette-swapped cohorts in the game), Capcom initially did not specify that the game would be based on the movie, just that it would be a new Street Fighter with digitized graphics, using actors for the movie. Under the impression that they were designing Street Fighter III, Noon and the rest of the team came up with a list of fighters that included Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li, E. Honda, Sagat, Vega, Cammy, Akuma, M. Bison, Blanka, Dee Jay, Fei Long, Dhalsim, Sheng Long (Gouken), Geki, Retsu, Lee, Gunloc, and Mega Man.


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