The lights are on
When Kazuya from Tekken step’s into Ryu’s dojo, you might expect the Street Fighter legend to offer a polite greeting. Thankfully, he offers up a few swift jabs instead.
You could call this a fan made film, but the Los Angeles-based fight choreography team, Thousand Pounds Action Company, has produced a short film that looks downright professional to us.
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That was excellent. Damn I'm impressed.
That was quite awesome,great music too.
hahahah thats cool but I couldn't help but laugh at every scene.
I don't know what's more rare, seeing a film of this quality (fan, big budget or otherwise) stay true to source - or seeing a Street Fighter x Tekken piece that doesn't blatantly favor SF. Either way, jaw-droppingly awesome video.
those are the voice actors. and i didnt pay for it. i watched this awhile ago
Freaking amazing short film. The fight-scenes were beautifully choreographed and I liked how they managed to work in the special moves without making them look dumb or cheesy.
Honestly I had more fun watching this than I did watching those god awful Street Fighter and Tekken Hollywood movies. I don't know what the disconnect is between Hollywood writers and the game's source material that causes them to butcher the stories and characters we love but Hollywood seriously needs to fire them and hire the people who made this.
Thousand Pounds Action Company should do all the fighting game based short films. Amazing job!
The guys & girls from this company do really good fight scenes.
So what happened to Ryu... Im not a big Tekken Fan, I only played Tekken 3 in high school
Was Ryu and Superman made by the same ***? they both have so much "Great power" within that they are generally the whipping posts to show off other characters with??
That was AWESOME!!
Hollywood should be ashamed right now.
That was pretty ***.
somebody needs to make it rain on this film and make it awesome.
Interesting. Too bad Ken was a *** and stopped paying attention. He was whoopin' dat ass.
That's some pretty sick fighting.
the short film is bad ass. You all have truly outdone yourselves and proven yourselves true fans of the games and just to state the obvious out loud. "Great fight scenes"
*steps, not step's
Sorry for being "that guy" by correcting grammar in an awesome fan-made trailer comment section; the video is pretty awesome.