Watch the trailer for new live-action series 'Street Fighter: Resurrection'

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'Street Fighter: Resurrection' Trailer

"Street Fighter: Resurrection," a new live-action miniseries chronicling the famous world warriors from the infamous Street Fighter franchise, is coming to a device near you! On March 15th, go90 is set to exclusively air this first-ever series from Machinima.

"Street Fighter" has been the most popular fighting game for well over two decades now, and with the recent release of Street Fighter V, Japanese developer Capcom and Machinima are teaming up to dive into the story that has been going strong for 25 years.

Stream "Street Fighter: Resurrection" exclusively on go90

This is the third series of live-action shorts set in the Street Fighter world, the first two being "Street Fighter Legacy" and "Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist." The same creative team from those are back, including Director Joey Anash ("The Bourne Ultimatum") and actors Mike Moh and Christian Howard, who play Ryu and Ken.

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Watch the trailer for new live-action series 'Street Fighter: Resurrection'

"Resurrection" is about Charlie Nash, a fallen hero who returns from the grave through nefarious means to haunt our heroes' past. Played by Alain Mousi ("Suicide Squad," "X-Men: Days of Future Past"), Nash has been resurrected by the evil M. Bison and is set loose to seek revenge for his death. The story of "Resurrection" is before the events of the game, and sets the stage for casual fans and hardcore fighters alike to delve into the rich lore of Street Fighter.

Check out the trailer for "Street Fighter: Resurrection" and be sure to check it out on March 15th exclusively on the go90 app!

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