Street Fighter II V

Street Fighter II V
Voice Directors: Kevin Seymour, Matt Greenfield

US Home Media: 1997
Japan Premiere: Apr 10, 1995
Japan Conclusion: 1995

Seasons: 1
Episodes: 29

Popularity: 689th All Time, 660th This Week

Franchise: Street Fighter
Characters on BTVA: 41
Was dubbed into English by Animaze for Manga Entertainment in 1997 for release in most of the world, but ADV UK made an alternate English dub for the series' European PAL VHS release in 1999.
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said at 2:17 AM on Tue Feb 14 2017
And I found the ADV version, voices isn't terribly different from Animaze(other than Vega) but I think I will say I prefer it since it kept the original openings and endings
said at 6:07 AM on Wed Oct 22 2014
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said at 10:22 PM on Wed Jul 30 2014
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I know this show took some liberties with the material, but Sagat having both eyes??? Get out of town!
said at 10:29 PM on Mon Apr 2 2012
I never got why ADV UK felt the need to redub this for their release (using the Houston-based ADV voices). It seemed like a waste of money to me. There was nothing wrong with the Manga Entertainment/Animaze dub.
said at 11:08 PM on Tue Feb 26 2013
@PurpleWarrior13 It was the UK dub while the Manga dub was the US one thats why that dub was made.

Though what made it REALLY strange has how the American English dub was made by a British company while the UK English Dub was made by an American company. Go figure...
said at 1:58 AM on Wed Feb 27 2013
@Pokejedservo Yes, but why couldn't ADV UK simply reuse the Manga dub? American dubs are imported to the UK all the time. It made no sense for ADV UK to do a new one specifically for that region...
said at 2:31 PM on Fri Jan 31 2014
Now they are but back in the 90s maybe it was more difficult. The frame rate was and still is different between NTSC and PAL. I don't know how good technology was back then but even if it was doable maybe it was a super expensive process to adjust the tape or the equipment was not easily accessible, and maybe it made more sense to redo a dub from scratch.

Or maybe TPTB just felt like it. There internet was still primitive so illegal downloading and streaming hadn't yet eaten away at sales like they do these days. The industry was richer so there was more money to spend on dubs; and maybe there was fiercer competition between companies to try and one-up another? (The idea of sharing a dub might have been unthinkable back then) :P
said at 3:33 PM on Fri Jan 31 2014
@freezeframe100 The UK did get their own dubs of some stuff, we got some of their dubs, and they got some of ours. I don't think there was a technical reason why the ADV dub of Street Fighter II V was done. I think ADV just did it because they could. They had a lot of money left over from Eva afterall...

It's weird we got many dubs produced in the UK, but when Ghost in the Shell Innocence was dubbed for the UK, we had to get a new dub because that one was recorded at PAL speed. Wouldn't that also be the case for anime like Project A-Ko, Angel Cop, Mad Bull 34, and Cyber City Oedo, where we got the UK dubs? I guess maybe the sound was mixed separately for those. Since the UK gets our dubs all the time, I'm guessing NTSC can more easily be converted to PAL.
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