That one documentary about 'Street Fighter'

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Posted: Thursday, September 5, 2013 12:00 am

Yeah, we're still talking about Miley Cyrus. It's mostly because some ingenious soul put her weird tongue on a bunch of other celebrities, and they look really goofy. After we checked out a long list of them on Buzzfeed, we giggled. A lot.

“Street Fighter” began as a simple arcade game in 1987. Since then, it has engaged millions of fans and evolved into a complex game that has spawned dozens of iterations. Capcom, the company behind the game, released a new documentary, “I Am Street Fighter,” about the game and its fans that has become popular among gamers. As one fan said, “'Street Fighter' to video games is like 'Star Wars' to movies. Everyone recognized it as a pioneer.”

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