Fei Long is the international film star that has the movie industry ablaze. Although under contact from Hong Kongs movie studios Fei Long still craves the thrill of a real fight and enters underground street fighting tournaments. Fei Long was trained by Chun Lis Father Durai in their private dojo.
Fei Long was modeled after the late Bruce Lee. His fighting style and game mechanics very closely resemble the former martial artist actor. CAPCOM was not the only game company to pay homage to the late actor, NAMCO also modeled the fighter law to resemble him as well.
This is my first Street Fighter (SOTA) figure and may I just say IT'S FREAKIN' BEAUTIFUL! I've always wanted a few of these figures but never wanted to fish out the $13.00 to $25.00 for one. They even reach up to about $50.00 for a Ryu online. I purchased Feilong at Sun Coast at my local shopping mall, on the 50% off rack for $6.50 so I snagged him up (I also got 3 ML Wonder Man figures for $3.50 a pop)
I usually categorize figures 3 ways: "Custom Fodder", "FIX it and keep it", and "Straight up KEEPER!" (rare). Feilong is almost a "Straight up KEEPER!" but I had to fix a few things so he's a "FIX it and keep it". First Lets go over the PROS which their is a lot of. First and foremost, the best part of all the Street Fighte. . . Read More
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