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Super Street Fighter IV Original Video Animation, also known as just Super Street Fighter IV in Japan and by its unofficial fan name Super Street Fighter IV: Juri OVA, is an OVA Street Fighter film. It is the second animated film based on the Street Fighter IV games, after The Ties That Bind, though unlike its story, this film's plot is canonical to the main games' storyline. The film is directed by Fuminori Kizaki (of Afro Samurai fame) and produced by Gonzo. Initially released as a DLC within the "Collector's Edition" for Microsoft Xbox 360 in Asia, it was later released in the U.S. in 2012, inside the Street Fighter 25th Anniversary - Collector's Set, where it was referred to as Super Street Fighter IV Original Video Animation on the anniversary website.
The OVA, set just prior to the actual tournament during Super Street Fighter IV, opens with a woman emerging from the S.I.N. lab; the Korean Taekwondo fighter Juri Han, Seth's new hatchet woman replacing C. Viper from the previous game. Juri is empowered by her possession of the Feng Shui Engine (implanted in her left artificial eye socket), which makes her seemingly unstoppable, raring to "go kill something", she heads to an amusement park, hunting down some former S.I.N. personnel; despite being heavily-armed, the thugs don’t stand a chance against Juri's skills.
Though Juri targets and kills off other bad guys as well, she clearly doesn’t care at all that there are hostages or innocent civilians around as she uses her Feng Shui powers to lay waste to everything around her. Soon, the Interpol team of Guile, Chun-Li and Cammy arrive just in time to see the park go up in purple flame. They storm in and split up, with Chun-Li being the one to encounter Juri right away; the ensuing fight proves to be one-sided as Juri beats Chun-Li to near death. Before she can finish her off for good, her eye malfunctions plus the cavalry arrives, so Juri makes a quick exit.
Later, some info from a mysterious source reaches the team on Juri's whereabouts. While Chun-Li is confined to the hospital (where she is seen playing Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo), Guile and Cammy set off in pursuit of Juri, now on a mission to capture the Shadaloo Dolls (M. Bison's elite guards) at a secluded lab. Cammy and Guile arrive just as Juri finishes with the last of them. As Cammy tends to an unconscious Juni and Juli, Guile fights Juri. While faring better than Chun-Li, Guile struggles to gain the upper hand, to the point where Juri mockingly mentions Chun-Li and asks if she died; this enrages Guile, and he unleashes a furious onslaught that unfortunately does little except agitate her. Despite Cammy's efforts to warn Guile of an incoming attack, he is unable to dodge Juri's Fuharenjin, and is defeated. Cammy is left alone to leap onto the escaping S.I.N. craft, where she and Juri fight once more. Despite her efforts, Cammy is overwhelmed by Juri, who then shoves the unconscious Juni off the plane, taking Cammy along with her. Luckily, a nearby mountaintop and a mound of snow breaks their fall.
Juri flies off and is congratulated by Seth upon returning. She licks her lips in anticipation, sensing that S.I.N and Shadaloo will clash in the very near future..