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Abel
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kenji Takahashi, Jason Liebrecht
Akuma
Hidden Character
Portrayed by Taketora, Dave Mallow
Balrog
Playable Character
Portrayed by Satoshi Tsuruoka, Bob Carter
Was a boss in Arcade Location Tests.
Cammy White
Hidden Character
Portrayed by Miyuki Sawashiro, Caitlin Glass
Available only in home versions.
Chun-Li
Playable Character
Portrayed by Fumiko Orikasa, Laura Bailey
Dan Hibiki
Hidden Character
Portrayed by Toshiyuki Kusuda, Ted Sroka
Available only in home versions.
Dee Jay
Hidden Character
iPhone version only, unlockable after playing three wireless matches.
Dhalsim
Playable Character
Portrayed by Daisuke Egawa, Christopher Bevins
E. Honda
Playable Character
Portrayed by Yoshikazu Nagano, Joe DiMucci
El Fuerte
Playable Character
Portrayed by Daisuke Ono, J.B. Blanc
Fei Long
Hidden Character
Portrayed by Yuuichi Nakamura, Matthew Mercer
Available only in home versions.
Gen
Hidden Character
Portrayed by Youhei Tadano, Michael Sorich
Available only in home versions.
Guile
Playable Character
Portrayed by Hiroki Yasumoto, Travis Willingham
Ken Masters
Playable Character
Portrayed by Yuji Kishi, Reuben Langdon
M. Bison
Playable Character
Portrayed by Norio Wakamoto, Gerald C. Rivers
Was a boss in Arcade Location Tests.
Rose
Hidden Character
Portrayed by Akeno Watanabe, Wendee Lee
Available only in home versions.
Rufus
Playable Character
Portrayed by Wataru Hatano, Christopher Corey Smith
Ryu
Playable Character
Portrayed by Hiroki Takahashi, Kyle Hebert
Sagat
Playable Character
Portrayed by Daisuke Endou, Issac C. Singleton Jr.
Was a boss in Arcade Location Tests.
Sakura Kasugano
Hidden Character
Portrayed by Misato Fukuen, Brittney Lee Harvey
Available only in home versions.
Vega
Playable Character
Portrayed by Junichi Suwabe, Doug Erholtz
Was a boss in Arcade Location Tests.
Zangief
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kenta Miyake, Anthony Landor

Differently Abel'd
The Capcom development blog revealed an early design for Abel was far from what we ended up with: a teen Judo girl with a "yanki" look.

Needles...

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 ...

Yun & Yang Cameo Appearance
Although they did not appear in 3D until Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition, Yun & Yang made a small appearance in Chun Li's intro cutscene in van...

Fighter Select

Releases
Arcade
7/18/2008
Playstation 3
2/12/2009
Xbox 360
2/12/2009
Windows
7/2/2009
Xbox Live Arcade
3/3/2010
LIVE Arcade "Games on Demand" release.
iOS
3/9/2010
Android
12/21/2012
Gameplay
EX Special Moves Personal Action Super Combos Ultra Combos

Did you know?
Differently Abel'd
The Capcom development blog revealed an early design for Abel was far from what we ended up with: a teen Judo girl with a "yanki" look.

Needless to say this would have been completely awesome.

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.

The name's Nash... Charlie Nash
When Charlie was first introduced, he was known by Nash in Japan, and Charlie in the U.S. To reconcile his two names and to avoid confusion, fans began touting Nash as his surname. This carried over into UDON's Street Fighter comics. However, it was never made officially canon until the 2009 home release of Street Fighter 4, where the name of Nash, Charlie can be clearly seen on his dogtags in Guile's intro.

Yun & Yang Cameo Appearance
Although they did not appear in 3D until Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition, Yun & Yang made a small appearance in Chun Li's intro cutscene in vanilla Street Fighter IV.


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