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All hail Ken Masters with Psycho Crusher's rock cover


6:00 PM on 06.11.2012



HOW Y'DO, KEN!? SURE YOU'RE KEN! I'D LIKE SOME POUND CAKE!

Psycho Crusher has pumped out a new rock arrangement based on, of course, Ken's theme from Street Fighter II. Ken is clearly superior to Ryu in every way, while Ryu spends every waking moment training and roaming the Earth like Caine from Kung Fu, Ken manages the family business and has a wife and child of his own, yet still finds time in his busy schedule for honing his skills. Yet their skills are on par with one another. That's called "time management," son.

Oh, and I like how "Dr. Wily Stage 1" from Mega Man 2 was worked in at the 1:32 mark. You thought you could sneak that by us, didn't you! Tricky devil!

Psycho Crusher - Sure You're Ken! (Street Fighter II - Ken Theme) [YouTube]






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