In Poison's ending, she somehow manages to convince not just Hugo and Rolento, but also Cody and Guy, to form a KISS-style rock band with her, the "Mad Gears", with Ryu and Ken performing Hadoken pyrotechnics above the stage. Final Fight Revenge features her also possessing a whip used in attacks, though the character has not been shown with one in other titles or artwork (other than Street Fighter X Tekken and Ultra Street Fighter IV). Fighting style Mad Gear Goon (Formerly)Wrestling Manager/Valet (Currently) She was also slated to appear in Final Fight: Streetwise, but was cut from the final game, along with Sodom. Posion's second V-Skill is Cartwheel, which allows her to flip past projectiles or her opponent to get them on their heels and open up their defenses. Beyond the Final Fight series, Poison was planned to appear in the cancelled Capcom Fighting All-Stars; though not playable in the beta test of the game, promotional material released by Capcom for the title shows that she would have retained one of her moves from Final Fight Revenge, the Poison Kiss. Instead, we selected Poison". Once it hits, she flips into the air and lands with a hard hitting axe kick that stuns the opponent in a prone position. Birthplace - Love you guys ^_^ Poison makes a cameo appearance in the Metro City stage of Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and its update. But in Japan, she simply tucks her business away to look female." [6][58] Electronic Gaming Monthly's Eric L. Patterson described her as being a significant character to the trans community, and a perfect example of how it is "so awkward when it comes to knowing how to deal with characters who aren't white, male, and heterosexual" in video games. Her first Ultra Combo is the Love Storm, first appearing as her Super Art in Street Fighter X Tekken; she performs a powerful Aeolus Edge, and follows a successful hit with a Love Me Tender that brings her foe to their knees before she whips them repeatedly. Poison first appeared as a playable character in Final Fight Revenge. is a video game character who debuted as a common enemy in the beat-em-up game Final Fight. 115 lbs[3] (52 kg)[1][2] [5], The character's potential status as a trans woman, consciously left ambiguous by the developers, has remained a topic of frequent debate by both fans and media alike. 7. Despite lacking in terms of defensive game, Poison's setups are solid, easy to execute, and she can be a tough opponent to counter. [26] In Final Fight Revenge, her behavior was represented as womanly and sultry, ranging from flirtatious comments to pole dancing. o Poison Kiss è un personaggio immaginario della saga di videogiochi picchiaduro 2D Street Fighter, originariamente comparsa nel videogioco, sempre sviluppato da Capcom, Final Fight, assieme ad un personaggio clone chiamato Roxy. Continue reading to find out how to unlock the general story in Street Fighter 5. After Poison hears about the Pandora box, they go looking for it and try to become famous. The design features red hair, a red micro skirt showing a hint of underwear, a jacket, a button-up white shirt showing some of her abdomen, black high-heeled boots, a gold belt, and a wool cap. The Final Fight-related character profiles featured in the 2005 compilation Capcom Classics Collection acknowledges Poison's transgender characterization, although it confuses transgender people with transvestites, addressing Roxy as a female who dislikes Poison's crossdressing. When they heard of another Street Fighter tournament, Poison persuaded Hugo to join so he can have his name heard with greater respect in … Kaoru Fujino (Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact)Atsuko Tanaka (since Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike)Masae Yumi (SNK vs. Capcom: SVC Chaos) [18] Complex pointed her out as an example of stereotypical depiction of trans sex workers, listing Poison among The 15 Most Stereotypical Characters in Video Games. United States of America[1][2] She wears a black cap, a choker, cutoff, blue jean-shorts, red high-heels, and a tanktop cut just below her breasts. During the kidnapping of Mayor Mike Haggar's daughter Jessica, Poison was a member of the Mad Gear Gang. [6], Poison's first appearance in Final Fight featured her and a palette swap character named Roxy as recurring minor enemies for the player to fight. Afterwards, she repeatedly smacks the opponent with her horsewhip and delivers a final blow that knocks them into the air. After the collapse of Mad Gear, she becomes a wrestling manager. Street Fighter V is a fighting game developed by Capcom and Dimps and published by Capcom for the PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Windows in 2016. Cody tells her that he will hang out with her once his term as mayor is done until the arrival of Lucia who thought that Cody was attacked by a thug which he informs that it was just a "conversation" in the old days. He added that his intent was to please all fans and that the mystery behind her gender was the core of the character. [35] Defeating an opponent with this attack results in Poison doing a pole dance for her win pose, with her whip serving as the pole. Her arm straps were removed, though the strap around her neck remained. Pages using duplicate arguments in template calls, Street Fighter: World Warrior Encyclopedia Hardcover, http://fightingstreet.com/folders/artworkfolder/artworkpics/ff_art/ff1_art/ff1_concept_art/Final_Fight_1_Concept_Art_05.jpg, https://twitter.com/nin_arika/status/487230113902108672, https://streetfighter.fandom.com/wiki/Poison?oldid=226967. [57], As the exact nature of Poison's status as gender-variant has been left deliberately ambiguous by Capcom,[18] the topic has remained a popular subject for debate among fans and gaming media alike. [21] Poison stands about 5 feet 9 inches (175 cm) tall and has bust/waist/hip measurements of 34-25-35" (88-66-89 cm). In addition, the endings for the base game characters sets up their roles in A Shadow Falls. Poison can potentially create cross-up situations that can leave opponents reeling; however, her 'dependance' on overhead attacks put her directly in front of the opponent, allowing her overall strategy to be thwarted by grappling opponents such as Hugo and Zangief. [4]. English voice actor(s) Assuming that Poison is trans, she would be the third, A model figure was made for the 2008 Capcom Girls Collection line of figurines by Mitsumasa Yoshizawa, using her, Poison's main appearance and hairstyle in, Poison, as she appears in the regular artwork cover of Street Fighter Unlimited 6 might be a reference to her, The tenth color of her Swimsuit outfit in, In contrast to most other characters, when Poison tags out with Hugo in. Dislikes Likes [50] UGO.com ranked her thirtieth on their "Top 50 Videogame Hotties" list, citing her as "one of the most controversial video game characters to date. In Poison's and Hugo's arcade mode, Poison checks them out to see if they are tough enough, while Hugo backs her up. I felt like I was fighting against a guy..." respectively). Poison appears alongside Hugo in Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact and its sequel Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike as his manager.