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At 5:05, I make a comment which takes us down a path of discussing Final Destination-style deaths.
At 9 minutes in, we discuss the fact that M. Bison was a drug lord before he became a dictator.
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We absolutely wanted our December episodes to be about video game movies. The nights are drawing nearer, and staying in watching movies sounds like a great idea. So why not watch a bunch of stupid movie adaptations of video games?
Exactly. We couldn’t think of a reason not to do this either
we actually recorded this back in July, to be fair
And we wanted to draft in some help for this movie. Because there’s only some much Jean Claude Van Damme that any rational person can take
not that we’re entirely rational, you understand
so we drafted in Z-Boi (aka Zacker the Hacker) so that we could take on the 1994 Blockbuster that was Street Fighter The Movie.
Continuing on from our episodes on the Double Dragon and Street Fighter movies, we wanted to give this movie the Waffling Taylors treatment, but with a twist.
I’ve never been called a twist before
Thoughts Going In
At the time of recording
we recorded this episode a few days ahead of the Street Fighter one, you know
we’d only covered movies from 1994, and that it was “good year” for video game movies.
All of these movies that were clearly written in the ‘80s, and not produced until the ‘90s
Z-Boi reminds us that 1994 was a great time for playing games at the arcades. Remember arcades? We certainly do. It seems as though, outside of a few niche places in the UK and the US, Japan is the place to be when it comes to playing arcade games in an actual arcade.