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  1. Talk (15) Street Fighter IV: The Ties That Bind (新たなる絆. , Aratanaru Kizuna?) is an animated movie directed by Jiro Kanai that was featured in a bonus disc included in the Collector's Edition of Street Fighter IV for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC. The cast is basically the same voice actors as in the game.

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    "Try getting a real job!" —Crimson Viper "Yes, that's right... Understood. (ええ そのようです 了解!, Ee sono youdesu Ryōkai!?)" —Crimson Viper (Street Fighter IV series) Crimson Viper (クリムゾン・ヴァイパー, Kurimuzon Vaipā?), also known as either C. Viper or by her alias, Maya (マヤ, Maya?), is a video game character from the Street Fighter series, first appearing in Street Fighter IV. She is an undercover CIA agent who fights using an assortment of gadgets...

    Appearance C. Viper's working personality is superior and condescending, as seen in her interactions with Chun-Li, Cammy, and Hakan. However, she is also genuinely interested in the inner workings and problems of the other fighters, as shown in her various win-quotes, but when it comes to her missions, C. Viper will not let anyone stop her from completing her goals. As mentioned in her win quotes, her current personality is a far cry from her younger years. It is implied that she was something o...

    Seth[] Even though C. Viper worked for him, she is against everything Seth and the S.I.N. stands for. After the tournament, she states to her superior that Seth was eliminated and searches for the remaining 26. Lauren C. Viper holding Cammy at gunpoint in Cammy's Street Fighter IV ending. Cammy sees her as an enemy because she works for the S.I.N. (same for Chun-Li), but is unknown of the fact that C. Viper is a CIA agent secretly trying to take down S.I.N. and Shadaloo. After Cammy defeats her...

  2. Crimson Viper also real name is Maya who work S.I.N. with Seth first appears in "Street Fighter IV The Ties That Bind" and Street Fighter IV, near the end of the film C.Viper went to see her daughter Lauren, she could be in The War Tournaments.

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    Crimson Viper made her debut appearance in the 2008 Street Fighter IV as an American double agent posing as a S.I.N. worker but actually a CIA agent undercover. She wears a S.I.N form-fitting suit which enables her to perform electrical, seismic, and pyrotechnic moves. Her fighting style greatly revolves around baiting, fakes, high jump cancels, and rushdown. Because of this, she has one of the steepest learning curves in the game. It is said she is motivated by her daughter Lauren, as well as money. In Street Fighter V, Viper appears in M. Bison's story mode and serves as the main narrator of events while spying on the dictator. Crimson Viper also appears as a playable character in the crossover fighting games Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds and Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3. She is also a boss character in Street Fighter X Mega Man. In Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li, Maya is played by Moon Bloodgood.

    While previous Street Fighter titles relied almost solely on Capcom's Research and Development branch, the development team instead allowed other branches of the company to give input on the design of new characters, due to the influx of fan requests from outside Japan. Viper was designed based upon marketing research on what sorts of characters an American audience would enjoy playing, and tailored her towards Western tastes as an experiment to see how audiences would receive the character. Street Fighter IV executive producer Yoshinori Ono has described her as the most "unorthodox" of the four new characters introduced in the title, emphasizing this aspect as one he felt would appeal to American players, and was his favorite character when the game was early in development. In response to claims that the character resembled one found more commonly in SNK developed games, Ono retorted that the resemblance was unintended, and that she was created from the best parts of several propo...

    VideoGamer.com described Crimson Viper as looking "ridiculous", adding that she resembled "an SNK character lost in a Capcom game". Anime News Network felt the character fit comfortably in the "Street Fighter mold", though noted regardless she still looked more appropriate for the King of Fighters series. Eurogamer felt similar sentiments, though noted that the contrast did not quite fit with the game's aesthetic. A reviewer for the New Straits Times described her as the best of the new characters, praising both her appearance and attack arsenal. GamesRadar stated that while her attacks made her feel out of place in the title, "that's why she adds so much to the game". IGN AU praised the character, stating approval for the variations of her attacks. AJ Glasser from Kotaku listed her as one of the worst mothers in video games, placing as the worst one from fighting games. UGO Networks ranked C. Viper at #21 on their list of "Fighting Games' Finest Female Fighters", commenting on how...

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    Crimson Viper wears a specially designed Battle Suit for the tournament, developed and manufactured by S.I.N.. When inquired by an Executive as to the reason for her participation in the tournament, she states that she's the only test subject to fully utilize the suit's capabilities effectively, and thus is the prime candidate for the field test. The suit is remarkable in the sense that it resembles an ordinary business suit, though two weapons lurk within the accompanying gloves and boots. The Battle Suit presumably does not protect the wearer from damage, as it was designed for stealth and ease of concealment.

    Crimson Viper's working personality is superior and condescending, as seen in her interactions with Chun-Li, Cammyand Hakan. However, she is also genuinely interested in the inner workings and problems of the other fighters, as shown in her various win-quotes, but when it comes to her missions, Viper will not let anyone stop her from completing her goals. When Viper is not doing missions, she is shown to be a loving mother, as shown in her Super Street Fighter IV ending.

    C. Viper is the first playable female character from the United States in the Street Fighterseries.
    Crimson Viper's appearance could most likely be inspired by Angelina Jolie's roles in Mr. & Mrs. Smith and Tomb Raider.
    She has a mobile phone very similar to the Nokia N76, as seen in Street Fighter IV: The Ties That Bind.
    In the Ties that BindOAV her boots allow sustained flight, though in-game they can only provide quick bursts of height. This is not surprising, though, for no character is able to fly in-game in th...
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    Crimson Viper (クリムゾン・ヴァイパー Kurimuzon Vaipaa?), also known as either C. Viper or by her true name Maya (マヤ?), is a video game character from the Street Fighter series, first appearing in Street Fighter IV. She is an undercover CIA agent who fights using an assortment of gadgets hidden within her battle suit. She is the first female fighter to have a daughter.

    Appearance C. Viper's working personality is superior and condescending, as seen in her interactions with Chun-Li, Cammy, and Hakan. However, she is also genuinely interested in the inner workings and problems of the other fighters, as shown in her various win-quotes, but when it comes to her missions, C.Viper will not let anyone stop her from completing her goals. As mentioned in her win quotes, her current personality is a far cry from her younger years. It is implied that she was something of...

    Fighting style C. Viper's techniques in particular are centered around augmenting her natural speed and agility with her special Battle Suit. The gloves have metal knuckles that can be electrically charged, creating visual arcs of electricity when enough power is supplied; these can stun or damage an opponent quite heavily based on the limiter's settings, often via sending powerful shockwaves through the ground. Crimson Viper can also feint these moves to confuse her opponent, or cancel the move...

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