It wouldn't have made a difference either way, really, on the sales. The reporter wanted to know if I could confirm or deny the following: A Street Fighter fan had claimed that in a nanosecond frame of gameplay, popular sumo wrestler E. And my personal feeling is that there is a dedicated die-hard group of gamers who appreciate that heritage and certainly like to see that reflected in any marketing materials that they see or are directed toward them, and I appreciate that. I think that a lot of people that were working at that time at Capcom were really stressed out, because everybody wanted to develop new things and exercise their minds with new game ideas. Arcades were still super strong; the Super [NES] hadn't even come out yet in those early days, so it was just such a different landscape. But when Capcom put together the final packaging, it flipped the image and showed Blanka rolling to the right instead. When I hear people are still playing Street Fighter 2 , it's very satisfying.