Go for broke? The 1994 anime adaption of the hit Capcom video game ‘Street Fighter II The Animated Movie’ is arriving on home video release on 4K DVD. Discotek Media is handling the new edition and will feature a whole host of special features.
The movie was animated by Group TAC and released by the Toei Company when it was initially debuted. It was directed by Gisaburō Sugii who co-wrote it with Kenichi Imai.
The DVD will feature a host of special features revealed by Discotek:
- Newly Restored 4K HDR Film Transfer, Uncensored & Uncut
- Every English Audio Track, US & UK, Restored & Remastered
- Original Japanese Version with English Subtitles
- Complete HD Restoration of the US PG-13 Cut
- English Version Opening & Closing Credits
- SFII: The Animated Movie Japanese Game Footage
- Trailers and Commercials
- Isolated Score
- Production Art
- Liner Notes
While the movie has a planned release on November 28, 2023, it is currently available for pre-order on the Right Stuf Anime website.
They also revealed the box set:
Discotek describes the synopsis as follows,
“M. Bison’s plan to crush those who would oppose his evil Shadaloo organization is simple: brainwash the strongest martial artists around the world with his dreaded psycho power and turn them into living weapons! And now, he’s found his newest target: Ryu, a traveling vagabond said to be the strongest man in the world. In order to stop the dictator’s evil plot, Interpol agent Chun-Li forms a rocky partnership with Major Guile of the United States Air Force.
But they’ll have to put aside their differences and learn how to work together if they want to stop M. Bison; while the wandering Ryu is a hard man to find, M. Bison is closing in on Ryu’s eternal rival Ken in a bid to lure out his real target! Will Shadaloo succeed, or will the World Warriors beat M.Bison to the punch? See the action (and we mean all the action!) in Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie, presented on Ultra HD Blu-ray, in glorious 4k for the first time!”
Sony Music Entertainment composed the music for the soundtrack.
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