MUNENG MUNENG MUNENG MUNENG …Edit
Am I hearing this right? What does he actually scream when KO'ed? Nayhem 02:45, March 21, 2010 (UTC)
Yeah, you're hearing it right. Apparently it translates as "Profound Sadness", though I imagine a looser but more representative translation would be "woe is me" or "alas". Seemingly, Guy has a poetic style of speech.--Evilsbane 23:18, March 21, 2010 (UTC)
i dont know if any of u have noticed, but rufus' losing quote nin his jap voice is really similar to guiles eng voice lose quote (though 4 sum reason i can never get tired of hearing rufus say it,lol) TheDarkPrinceReturns! 17:17, March 22, 2010 (UTC)
Yeah in anime, a lot of characters, especially those who speak in traditional Japanese say MUNEN! when they are defeated such as Kibano in Yu Yu Hakusho (they translate it as How grievous! in the subs) Though personally I miss Tetsuya Iwanaga's much more realistic Graaaah/Uwaaah!!!!
They are: "Air Suplex", "Dashing Crescent", and "Whirlwind Kick". What's up with the names given in the article? The good thing about purchasing PS1 games from the Playstation Store is that you can actually read the instruction manual from the game itself (they take a picture of each page for you to browse). It says those names and their inputs. --HavocReaper'48 01:49, May 5, 2010 (UTC)
Guy's birthdate Edit
Guy's birthdate is not April 12. It's August 12 (same as mine). If you want proof, play the original Final Fight game. During the intro, they have profiles of all 3 fighters. Guy's birthdate is clearly August 12, 1965.
Guy's birthplace is officially the United States according to the Udon World Warrior Encyclopedia and Official Super Street Fighter IV website . I'm sure he's American of Japanese descent and was simply born to Asian parents in Metro City. It explains why he lived in Japan quite a bit. It was Japan during Final Fight but it seems that's simply been retconned now much like the discrepancy between his height in that game and his Alpha incarnation.
But he's just a guy...
[*BA DUM TSS*]