Originally Posted by LordSagat
I am a little confused by some of the comments here. I see people wanting classic characters but usually everytime a company starts a Street Fighter line we always get a Ryu or Chun li and people complain "oh boy another Ryu" but here comes a brand new character and folks still aren't happy.
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@DeDAgheN He's not shied away from R-Rated comedies either. Trainwreck (where he's in a sex scene), Sisters and the upcoming Blockers are all R-rated. So I think he should be good as the foul mouthed Duke.
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