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Street Fighter Fighters
Fighter ID:
Hong Kong
Blood Type
Fighting Style(s)
Hitenryu kungfu
172 cm
108,76,80 cm
Special Skill(s)
Using Knunchucks
60 kg
Kungfu, self-assertion
Helpless, Indifference

Super Street Fighter 2
Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo / Super Street Fighter 2 X (JPN)
Also playable in "Old" mode with code
Street Fighter Alpha 3 / Street Fighter Zero 3 (JPN)
Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo HD Remix
Playstation Network
Street Fighter 4 / Street Fighter IV
PlayStation 3
Available only in home versions.
Super Street Fighter 4 / Super Street Fighter IV
Xbox 360
Ultra Street Fighter 4
Ultra Street Fighter 2 / Ultra Street Fighter II
Hyper Street Fighter 2 / Hyper Street Fighter II
Playable only in SSF and SSF Turbo modes

Street Fighter
The Tournament Begins
The master of several styles of Shaolin Kung Fu, the Hong Kong sensation dedicated himself to a life of rigorous training after seeing one of Hong Kong's masters of Jeet Kune Do. After perfecting several styles, Fei began teaching his own style and it wasn't long before he was being hounded to appear in his own feature films. However, Fei was not interested in this lifestyle and gavei t all up to enter the World Warrior tournament to test his skills against other fighters.
The Tournament Begins Anew
After making a name for himself on the streets of Hong Kong, Fei Long caught the eye of a movie director and before he knew it, he became an international sensation, acting in major motion pictures. However, the world of staged choreographed fights is stifling and Fei Long dreams of fighting freely. The Flying Dragon is a master of Hitenryu Kung Fu and his swift precise attacks are as deadly in real life as they are on the big screen.

With his newest film project in jeopardy and the mega corporation S.I.N. rumored to be behind the latest movie crew injuries, Fei Long heads into the corporation’s fighting tournament in search of answers.
Super Street Fighter IV
This Hong Kong native is a skilled practitioner of Kung fu. He began studying the art at the age of 6 and now uses his skills to thrill audiences as an action movie star.

Fun Facts
What could have been
According to game co-developer Alan Noon (who also played Blade and his palette-swapped cohorts in the game), Capcom initially did not specify that the game would be based on the movie, just that it would be a new Street Fighter with digitized graphics, using actors for the movie. Under the impression that they were designing Street Fighter III, Noon and the rest of the team came up with a list of fighters that included Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li, E. Honda, Sagat, Vega, Cammy, Akuma, M. Bison, Blanka, Dee Jay, Fei Long, Dhalsim, Sheng Long (Gouken), Geki, Retsu, Lee, Gunloc, and Mega Man.