427 plays Simple Rating (Theme of Karin) Takayuki Iwai, Yuki Iwai, Isao Abe, Hideki Okugawa, Tetsuya Shibata Street Fighter Alpha 3


    Street Fighter Alpha 3 - Simple Rating (Theme of Karin)

    686 plays


    K-O Sound used in Scott Pilgrim, aka sound clip used straight from Street Fighter alpha 3


    Street Fighter Alpha 3 (CPS2, 1998)
    "Triumph or die!" 

    It’s more or less common knowledge that of the three games in the Alpha trilogy, the third is the broken one. With an expanded roster, new stages, new music and the ability to choose one of three unique fighting styles, Alpha 3 could have been the best of the bunch. The truth of it, though, is that the V-Ism fighting style completely shatters any semblance of balance the game might have enjoyed. It’s the reason most SF aficionados prefer Street Fighter Alpha 2 Gold.

    That said, I really, really like Alpha 3. I had the PSOne port when I was a kid and sunk countless hours into the surprisingly in-depth World Tour mode. Mostly, I remember being jazzed that you could play as Cody from Final Fight, and that he had Super moves referencing his skills in that game.

    I also believe it has the best attract mode of any arcade game. You don’t quite get the full effect without the music blasting in your ears, but it’s easily one of the most kinetic openings I’ve ever seen. There’s just so much stuff happening, so much flying past you, so much raw energy. It just makes you want to slap your quarter on the dash and get to fighting… Which, of course, is the desired effect.



    can someone from the science side of tumblr explain this


    covalent bonds



    the nintendo ds came out 10 years ago


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    He literally lives his life as if Drake and Josh never ended.

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    Wanna have some fun

    ♥Fine Asians♥

    81 plays Jazzy NYC [Underground Edit] Yuki Iwai and Hideki Okugawa Street Fighter III: New Generation, the Official Soundtrack


    Best version of Jazzy NYC in my opinion.

    Alex’s themes are boss, but this one.


    Just let me die in NYC.

    There are samples of “It Takes Two” in this.



    Whenever McDonalds puts lettuce on your burger, and you didn’t want it. Just blast the ending of Domo 23 in the drive-thru on repeat until they fix it.