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I'm not really a gamer. I find most video games a total waste of time and life. However, when I was kid I was not above the Street Fighter II craze. Does anyone remember Street Fighter I? I don't either. The picture is from the first one. What a pile of poop.


It's funny to look back and see how lame something can be, especially something you once thought was cool. The odd thing about the ancient game is it's ability to be just as disturbing as current game titles that are far more of an affront to decency.

"Oh my god, you can see up Chung Li's skirt when you kick her ass," said an overstimulated youth. Yeah that was hot, but the question still remains. Is it right for a Sumo Wrestler to beat the holy-hell out of a 4 foot tall Asian lady? Sure she can fight and she has that fast kick thing, but geez, now that I look back, that match-up doesn't even seem ethical.


Oh and another thing, I just noticed most of the fighting never takes place on the damn street. In fact, I never saw a traffic light, pylon or parking meter. I'm just saying, don't call it a street when your fighting in Dhalsim's temple, that's offensive to his culture. 

Then there's the whole issue of Guile. His hair is far from regulation and organizing fights around a multi million dollar jet just seems foolish. Or how about when he goes abroad to kick people's asses in other countries. All the while wearing his uniform. That's almost an act of war. I would at least not dress in Army issue fatigues, I doubt the Army would want to be part of a underground fighting tournament.

And what race are Ken and Ryu supposed to be? Are they Asian, White or Robots? They got plasma cannons in their hands, I feel labeling them as robots isn't out of line. And, why does Ehonda look like Richard Nixon. Did they not think we'd notice?


I'm so very, very disillusioned


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