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Remy RemyPortraitSFIII3rd
Remy, as he appears in Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online Edition
Birthdate Unknown[1]
Birthplace Flag of France France[1]
Eye color Turquoise
Hair color Turquoise
Fighting style Savate[1]
Likes His sister, bad moods[1]
Dislikes All fighters[1], everything that he sees, but especially his father, fighting
Rival(s) Alex
Hobbies Freediving[1]
Moveset Light of Virtue, Rising Rage Flash, Cold Blue Kick, Light of Justice, Supreme Rising Rage Flash, Blue Nocturne
First game Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike
Japanese voice actor(s) Eiji Sekiguchi
"That selfishness victimizes people, destroys love, and creates hatred! I'll never forgive them! Those who call themselves "warriors..." Just like my father, a man who deserted and betrayed his family!"
— Remy to Alex, Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike

Remy (レミー Remii?) is a character in the Street Fighter series. His first and only appearance so far was in Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike, where he is voiced by Eiji Sekiguchi.



Remy is a tall, lanky fighter with long, turquoise hair. He wears tight-fitting red pants, a black leather jacket emblazoned with a capital omega (Ω), and brown high-heeled boots. One of his win animations reveals that he wears nothing under the jacket.


Design-wise, Remy is evocative of The King of Fighters series' Iori Yagami. Both fighters wear similar clothing and have cold and aloof demeanors; however, Remy is a likely deliberate contrast to Iori, evidenced in their personalities and other features.

Though Remy can be just as wrathful as Iori, he appears comparatively calmer and reserved; conversely, Iori rarely tries to hide his hatred. This is not only displayed in their respective fighting style (i.e. Remy's composed Savate techniques versus Iori's more "primal" attacks), but in ironic elements of their personality. While Remy claims to hate fighting despite being a fighter himself, Iori, on the other hand, hates violence despite being a violent person.

Also of note are their color themes; Remy's long hair and association with a 'cooler' blue is opposite of Iori's spiked red hair and his "fiery" persona.

On another note, Remy's character traits are most similar to the aspects of a rugged "Gen X'er" or an "MTV Generation" child, with an apathetic personality, uncouth self carried disposition, and rock fashion get up, such as his long cyan hair and leather jacket.

Furthermore, although his own character in his own right, Remy's overall inclusion and similarity to Guile (atleast gameplay-wise) is a likely light jab at the 1990's fad of making more "edgier" versions of preexisting characters due to the rise of alternative media, the rising trend of deconstructing traditional elements in entertainment media, and the youth approach of wild rebellious "coolness" in the decade.


Remy seems calm and composed, but in reality he is a cruel and nihilistic warrior full of wrath and hostility. Though he sees fighting as a futile lifestyle, as it "victimizes people, destroys love, and creates hatred," he continues to fight out of an inability to forgive people like his father, who abandoned him and his now-dead sister to pursue the fight. His hatred may be to the point of madness; Remy's pre-battle rival dialogue with Alex indicates that the latter thinks him to be insane and in need of a psychiatrist.

Despite claiming to "hate everything that he sees," Remy obviously still cares for his dead sister, whom he has preserved. He also has an inquisitive, self-doubting side, as he often ponders why his opponents fight, or why he continues to fight despite the fact that he abhors fighting.


Street Fighter III: 3rd StrikeEdit

Remy bears a grudge against all fighters, since his father abandoned his family to pursue the path of the warrior, and his sister died in his father's absence, whom he encased in a block of ice underwater in the Bay of Biscay to preserve her.

In his ending, Remy ends up making a last visit to his sister's tomb. Realizing his fallacy of painting another shadow over his own, using his grudge of fighting and engaging in the sport as a crutch to the voids and wounds of his own heart, Remy comes to the conclusion of accepting the past and forgetting the hatred that keeps him from moving on, fully knowing that remaining as he is, will not get him anywhere. Though he cannot forgive his father yet, Remy takes a last look at his sister and says goodbye, to make the first step towards a new tomorrow for himself. Letting her body sink into the depths of the sea and walking his last steps in the cavern, a light shines, one that Remy has not seen in the longest time. Wishing to know where his new ways will take him, Remy continues onward on his new path.

Gameplay and fighting styleEdit

Remy's fighting resembles the French martial art of Savate, and his special moves are very similar to those of Guile and Charlie. He is one of the few characters in 3rd Strike that can effectively control space at all times and at virtually any range with a combination of powerful long range attacks and zoning techniques.

Cameo Appearances Edit

SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters Clash series Edit

Remy, along with many other Street Fighter characters, has appeared as a card in the SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters Clash card training games.


See: Remy/Quotes.


  • One of the win quotes for Remy actually breaks the fourth wall by referencing the existence of the Health Meter ("Pain is a cheap substitute for a vitality gauge!").
  • Remy and his sister may be an homage to Hyōga and his mother Natassia from the manga and anime series Saint Seiya.
    • Like Remy's sister, Natassia's body remained preserved because of the low temperatures around the corpse, due in her case to the cold waters of the Arctic Sea, where her boat had shipwrecked.
    • Hyōga (the current Bronze Saint of Cygnus) holds a deep-seated contempt for his fellow Bronze Saints, a detail that was heavily altered between the original manga series and the anime adaptation.
    • Both have storylines that revolve around leaving the bodies of their deceased loved ones to finally sink into the deep ocean as a way to overcome their past and face their own future.

Stage themeEdit


Street Fighter III series

SNK vs. Capcom series

Other Artworks


Remy-badass-stance Remy-intro1 Remy-intro2 Remy-intro3 Remy-taunt Remy-block Remy-parry Remy-shock Remy-win1 Remy-win2 Remy-win3 Remy-win4

See alsoEdit


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Street Fighter: World Warrior Encyclopedia Hardcover
  3. Capcom-Unity - Street Fighter 3rd Strike Art Contest Winners: Remy

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