animated cartoon Street Fighter IV: The Ties That Bind © Studio 4°C / CAPCOM
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Street Fighter IV: The Ties That Bind

Shadoloo is no more, or so it would seem, however when some of the world’s greatest fighters are mysteriously kidnapped with no ransom demands, Chun-Li, Guile and Cammy White begin investigations to find those responsible, fearing what they may find. Meanwhile Ken Masters is being stalked by an agent hoping that he can lead her to the wandering warrior Ryu, whose hidden dark powers is the final key to her organization’s ultimate weapon.

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Created by: Studio 4°C, CAPCOM
Language: English dub / Japanese
Country of Origin: Japan
Alternate Title: Sutorîto faitâ IV - Aratanaru kizuna (Japan)
[ Japanese ] Featuring the voices of:
Hiroki Takahashi ... Ryu
Fumiko Orikasa ... Chun-Li
Hiroki Yasumoto ... Guile
Misato Fukuen ... Sakura Kasugano
Yûji Kishi ... Ken Masters
Miyuki Sawashiro ... Cammy White
Mie Sonozaki ... Crimson Viper
Taketora ... Gouki
Toru Ôkawa ... Gouken
Akio Ôtsuka ... Seth
Junichi Suwabe ... Balrog
[ English dub ] Featuring the voices of:
Kyle Herbert ... Ryu
Laura Bailey ... Chun-Li
Travis Willingham ... Guile
Brittney Harvey ... Sakura Kasagano
Reuben Langdon ... Ken Masters
Caitlin Glass ... Cammy White
Michelle Ruff ... Crimson Viper
Dave Mallow ... Akuma
Rod Clarke ... Gouken
Michael McConnohie ... Seth
Doug Erholtz ... Vega (Balrog)
Directed by: Jirô Kanai
Musical Score by: Hideyuki Fukasawa
Writing Credits: Jirô Kanai and Hirohisa Soda
Based on: the videogame franchise.

Playstation 3 version of the collector's edition, with movie, audio-CD and Ryu figurine. © CapcomSet prior to the game Street Fighter IV, this direct-to-video OAV was a bonus disc included in the limited collector’s edition releases of the game for the Xbox 360 and Sony Playstation3. The Xbox 360 version came on a DVD encoded with 720HD video (playable only on the console), the PS3 version came on a Blu-ray disc. The 360 version had a figurine of new character Crimson Viper, while the PS3 version had one of Ryu, both versions also had a CD with the soundtrack of the anime (the UK copies for both formats omitted the CD, but included both figures).

Needless to say, since copies of the collector's edition on both formats where limited, it's now hard to come by and likely to be expensive, best bets would be to search on either ebay or amazon for a copy - used or new.

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