Street FighterStreet Fighter has taken on many different forms besides video games. In 1994, the video game became so popular that Capcom, the company that made the Street Fighter games, thought it was high time to make a feature length movie of the game. This "movie," starred Jean-Claude Van Damme, who was a famous 1980's and 90's action hero and Raul Julia, who was a famous Puerto Rican actor. Unfortunately, there is almost absolutely nothing notable about this movie besides the fact that this would be Raul Julia's last movie that he was in before he died. Even though this movie wasn't well received, a video game tie in was made from it. That is right. They made a video game based on a movie based on a video game. There was also nothing notable about this game. In Japan, cartoon versions of the franchise were spanning left and right, and all of these were considerably better then the 1994 mess of a movie. After Street Fighter 2, the inevitable sequels appeared like Street Fighter 3, which would change the way the game was played and made it more hard core. After ten years of no real new Street Fighter games, Street Fighter 4 surfaced. This game would be a mix of Street Fighter 2 and 3 and featured advanced graphics.
Dragon Ball Z
After the TV Dragon Ball Z was cancelled, the fans were begging for more crazy kung fu action. So to satisfy the fans, the Japanese gave us Dragon Ball GT. This show featured Goku turning back into a kid. This series wasn't as popular as the other shows. Fans would still be begging for more. This would result with Dragon Ball Z being released again as a shorter version in the form of Dragon Ball Kai.