It's surprising how fast the second episode of TheGameStation's The Street Fighter came out. Picking up where the last episode left off, this episode has our hero Phil fight his way through his first tournament, as well as coming face-to-face with the villainous Sagat player Dan, and answering a very important question from the first episode.
Then again, Dan mains Sagat, so he has to be a bad guy, right? Only bad guys main Sagat.
For a little tournament tucked in the back of a comic shop, it was pretty lively in there. Honestly, I've never had the (dis)pleasure of meeting a punk like Dan at any tournaments, but it's all part of the story's drama. What do you think? Is the series living up to its potential, or is it just as cheesy as it was the last time around?