Street Fighter and Tekken Brought to Life Before Your Eyes

At a recent Street Fighter X Tekken tourney in Taiwan, a slew of cosplayers showed up, bringing the iconic fighters to life. This isn't a first for Capcom—and Street Fighter producer Yoshinori Ono once again got in on the act and dressed up as Chun-Li! He's such a great Chun-Li.

Lots of game companies embrace fandom. Few game makers embrace fandom—and talented players—like this. Kayo Satoh was also on hand for the event. Kayo is a top-ranked Crimson Viper player—and a solid Viper cosplayer to boot. She's also a famous model and mainstream celebrity in Japan, making her, perhaps, the country's most famous gaming talent?

Have a look at the other cosplayers.

Note: This was part of the Street Fighter 25th Anniversary tournament in Taiwan. It included Street Fighter X Tekken, Super Street Fighter 4 AE 2012, Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo and Street Fighter 3 Third Strike (more on website EventHubs).

台湾で行われたストリートファイター25周年イベントで春麗の勝利のポーズがワロタ [アサガヲBlog]


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Street Fighter and Tekken Brought to Life Before Your Eyes

Street Fighter and Tekken Brought to Life Before Your Eyes

Street Fighter and Tekken Brought to Life Before Your Eyes

Street Fighter and Tekken Brought to Life Before Your Eyes

Street Fighter and Tekken Brought to Life Before Your Eyes

Street Fighter and Tekken Brought to Life Before Your Eyes

Street Fighter and Tekken Brought to Life Before Your Eyes

Street Fighter and Tekken Brought to Life Before Your Eyes

Street Fighter and Tekken Brought to Life Before Your Eyes

Street Fighter and Tekken Brought to Life Before Your Eyes