Now for Something Completely Different…

Can you name the Game? [Guess before reading the comments!]

22 Responses to Now for Something Completely Different…

  1. Giever says:

    Street Fighter?

  2. Metal_Link says:

    Street Fighter on the Atari 2600!

  3. gerardo aguilera says:

    street fighter 2

  4. raindog469 says:

    Yeah, it’s Street Fighter 2 on the 2600 using nothing but playfield graphics.

    And that’s the twinkiest Zangief has ever looked.

  5. Aikun2012 says:

    Well, not like I’m saying anything new, but it’s Street Fighter. I only figured that out cuz of Chun Li (I think that’s her name… U know.. The Chinese girl…)

  6. rfLarke says:

    Streeeeeeet Fightor

    aka Street Fighter

  7. Joe A. says:

    Blanca gave it away.

  8. Collin says:

    This proofs how strong the design of street fighter is!

  9. J.C. Reeves says:

    Ryu, ???, Blanka, Guile, Ken, Chun-Li, Zangief, ???

    Which two am I missing?

  10. disco says:

    You’re missing Honda and Dhalshim 😉

  11. Paolo says:

    Definetly Street Fighter II. The second one should be Honda and the last one should be Dalshim (the original roster of SFII).

  12. Torbald says:

    It’s from the upcoming Activision cross-over:
    Street Fighter vs Freeway
    http://www.mobygames.com/game/freeway

  13. BlueRocks says:

    no idea. What is a Street Fighter? Never played it.

  14. exposicion says:

    The first guy gave it away lol.
    street fighter is a fighting game blue rock

  15. Dibs says:

    Street fighter 2. Duh, its the color schemes for Ryu, E. Honda, Blanka, Guile, Ken, Chun-Li, Zangief, and Dhalsim

  16. WD3 says:

    I think it looks like my last computer defrag… lol 😉

  17. kevelstone says:

    street fighter simples

  18. Josh says:

    This abstraction would look beautiful on my wall.

  19. Lord Lemmy says:

    Street Fighter! It’s gotta be Street Fighter!

  20. andy says:

    streat fighter

  21. WiiD says:

    this is just an amazing piece of art. luv u, infendo freaks 🙂

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