If you're looking for anime similar to Street Fighter II: The Movie, you might like these titles.
In a post-apocalyptic future, gangs of savage thugs prey on the fleeting remnants of civilization, raiding them for food and water in the endless wasteland the world has become. Humankind's only hope for the future may lie in a young girl with an amazing ability and in the only man powerful enough to protect her and punish evil--Ken, the Fist of the North Star!
Both of these movies feature great fighting moves wanted by the fighting anime lover. With the basic plot of good vs evil and those fighting moves, they are very simular and thus go hand in hand.
Both series are about wandering martial artists with a dark past that eventually catches up with them, both must confront their fears.
Both feature EXCEPTIONAL fight sequences as well...
If you thought Street Figher II: The Movie was good. Then watch Fist of the North Star movie. Both of these movies got the fighting and blood. If you like gruesome fighting and blood these both have it all.
So for the thing about Good vs Evil with action and fighting scenes in anime movies for example Fist of the North Star the 1986 anime movie and Street Fighter II the animated movie both of these have good action including good kick ass action when it comes to Anime movies with badass action and some kick-ass fighting scenes in both anime movies such as Street Fighter II the animated movie and Fist of the North Star the 1986 anime movie for Street Fighter II the animated movie it was released in 1994 but for Fist of the North Star 1986 anime movie it was released in 1986 around the same year as Urusei Yatsura yatsura Movie 4 Lum the forever and The Transformers the movie
The Mishima corporation is one of the richest conglomerates on the planet, and its owner, the legendary fighter Heihachi Mishima, is now sponsoring a martial arts competition – whoever can best the other competitors and finally defeat Heihachi himself will be awarded both wealth and the title of King of Iron Fist. But money and fame are not the only factors drawing fighters to the competition, as Heihachi has made many enemies over time – his son Kazuya being one of them.
Both Tekken and Street Fighter find their roots in very popular fighting games. Both feature random fighting scenes to show as many of the characters from the games. Though, that's what we like about it right? Plenty of fighting action !
Both movies have a large cast of fighters, good, evil and in-between. They are also based on popular fighting video game franchises. Both animes also contain lots of action scenes but still have a decent stroy as well.
For a skilled martial artist like Ryu, nothing is more important than becoming stronger. But strength comes at a price, as Ryu finds out when the evil presense of Akuma, his eternal rival, awakens within him a great and vile power, the "Dark Hadou." As a mysterious scientist emerges with plans to harness the power of the world's strongest fighters, Ryu must confront and destroy this new enemy before all of mankind is enslaved. With the lives of his friends hanging in the balance, can Ryu overcome the evil power within, before it completely consumes him?
Dio is a name that has haunted the Joestar family line for more than 100 years. In his pursuit of power, the vampiric martial artist has put Holly Joestar into a coma, and it is now up to her father Joseph and her son Jotaro to find Dio and restore her. Aided by their friends Polnaref and Abdul, the four warriors each command a powerful Stand -- a projection of their fighting will -- in tune with the cards of the Tarot. But Dio himself is said to possess a powerful and mysterious Stand known only as “The World”. Can Jotaro match Dio’s power with his “Star Platinum” and save his mother?
Both JoJo's Bizarre Adventure and Street Fighter represent styles of fighting that are unique and original. Though the approaches are different, the way they amaze you will blow your mind away. They also have stories that take the characters around the world to meet new enemies and new allies on their quest to defeat the main bad guy.
South Town is engulfed in flames, causing many brawls and despair. Soiree is in charge of the town at this time; it was left in his hands once his brother, Alba, had left town only momentarily. Keeping his word for Alba, and realizing that they had worked hard to take back the city, Soiree makes an effort to protect the citizens of South Town. Unfortunately, not everyone is as cooperative, and those who are not are called out for a fight. In other areas of town, someone is being targeted by an assassin and another is being wrongly accused of starting the fire. It seems there is no end in sight for the violence in South Town!
Both KoF and SF2 Movie are based on their respective innovative fighting games. You get action that well represents the style and the spirit of the games, as well as most of the characterization with the central characters. Though they have a different story and mediums, they both offer something in relation to their intentions.
An ancient relic from the past lies buried beneath the ground: the Armor of Mars, whose six pieces, when combined, will give their wearer the power of a god. So when Sulia Gaudeamus tells Terry Bogard that her brother Laocorn, driven insane by the death of their father, is about to obtain the final pieces of the armor, nothing less than the fate of the world is at stake! Now Terry, along with his brother Andy and friends Joe Higashi and Mai Shiranui, must defeat Laucorn and his powerful minions before he obtains the power of the God of War himself!
Fatal Fury and Street Fighter are all about the marital arts that are here to kick butt and chew bubblegum. And they are all out of bubblegum! The fists and feet fly furious in both anime and the action flows fairly well from one fight scene to the next that are faithful to the powers unleashed from the fighting game. A heckuva good time to watch someone being throttled!
Yuka and Satomi have been fighting since they were little, but as adults, they are waitresses. Yuka, however, is more than just a waitress: she has joined VG (Variable Geo), a fighting organization designed to let waitresses around the world show their stuff in the fighting ring. The fighters play for millions of dollars, but the losers will be shamed by a fleshy public appearance. Satomi's little brother is sick in the hospital, and now she too must join VG and fight against her best friend Yuka to pay for his surgery. Will she succeed or become one of the shamed?
Looking for tournament style fighting anime? if you saw one of these enjoyed it, but missed the other, boy do I have news for you.
I figure you enjoy one, you'll probably like both. Neo Geo having a bit more to do with just the ladies.Sf having a bit less of the actual ring side seats, but both have plenty of punches and kicks with the occasional super powered moves/blasts in both.
When legendary martial artist Jeff Bogard is assassinated by his archrival Geese Howard, Jeff's young sons Terry and Andy swear revenge. Years later, their skills honed, they return and enter the King of Fighters tournament, each hoping to prove himself worthy of learning their school's ultimate technique: the only attack that can defeat Geese. But Geese himself controls the tournament from the shadows, and he will stop at nothing to eliminate the brothers before they acquire the secret they seek!
Both of these are short martial arts anime from the 90's that are based on video games. They both have a rather similar feel. Pesonally, I liked Street Fighter II: The Movie a little more, but if you like the genre, then you should check both of them out.
By all accounts, Terry Bogard is one of the greatest martial artists in the world... until he goes up against the enigmatic Wolfgang Krauser, a man with the fighting abilities of a demigod. Terry emerges from the fight beaten and humiliated, his best shot not even able to dent Krauser's armor. But more insidious than the physical injuries is the damage to Terry's pride and confidence. Can his brother Andy and friends Joe Higashi and Mai Shiranui help him regain his mental strength and defeat Krauser and his henchmen, or is this the end for Terry's career as a fighter?
His name is Baki Hanma. No one knows where he came from or where he learned his unique fighting style. When it comes to Karate, Baki Hanma is just plain GOOD. He can defeat an opponent with a single blow and he's taking the Karate Championship by storm. In a prestigious match, he defeats competitor after competitor even though he's totally unknown and barely even ranked.But now he's in for the fight of his life and he may have just met his match. Anything goes and his opponent can rip his nerves out -- literally. If he wins, he's the BEST. If he loses... he's DEAD.
Well, both of these are movies about martial arts that feature pretty impressive fights and good old school animation. Albeit different in some aspects (e.g. Grappler Baki is way more violent, while Street Fighter has more characters and much better OST), they're still easily recommended for each other if you like the genre.