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- The Danza: Makoto is voiced by Makoto Tsumura, also the voice of Astro Boy.
- Fan Nickname:
- For Dudley, there's Studley, Dudeley, Doodley, and (to a much lesser extent) Duddles.
- Gilley for Gill.
- Due to Urien's Unfortunate Name, there're Urine, Piss, and many others...
- Hey, It's That Voice!:
- You might recognize Lawrence Bayne, the voice of Gill in 3rd Strike, as the voice of Cable, Captain America, and other bit parts in the '90s X-Men cartoon (he reprised the former role in Marvel vs. Capcom 2, where Cable was one of the Four Gods, humorously enough).
- In 3rd Strike, Len Carlson voiced both Q and Hugo, otherwise known as Bert Raccoon or Ganon.
- The Other Darrin: All the returning characters, sans Ibuki and Akuma, got new voice actors in 3rd Strike.
- Michael X. Sommers voiced Alex in the first two games, Patrick Gallagan in 3rd Strike (complete with a noticeable Brooklyn accent).
- Bruce Robertson voiced Dudley in New Generation and 2nd Impact. Francis Diakowsky (the voice most commonly associated with Dudley) voiced him in 3rd Strike. Averted in the case of Naomi Kusumi, as he is Dudley's first Japanese voice actor.
- Yun was voiced by Wataru Takagi in New Generation and 2nd Impact. Kentaro Ito takes over for 3rd Strike and all subsequent appearances.
- As for Yang, Koji Tobe voiced him in the first two games, and Masakazu Suzuki assumed the role in 3rd Strike.
- Michael X. Sommers voices Necro in the first two titles, Lawrence Bayne voices him in 3rd Strike.
- Isshin Chiba (the voice of Dio Brando) voiced Sean in New Generation and 2nd Impact. Mitsuo Iwata ("That's MISTER Kaneda (or Kusanagi, if you prefer)for you!") takes over in 3rd Strike.
- Hotaru Fujino voiced Elena in New Generation and 2nd Impact. Mie Midori was her seiyuu for 3rd Strike.
- Averted with Ibuki. Yuri Amano was the only seiyuu besides Akuma [[[Tomomichi Nishimura]]] to keep voicing her character after 2nd Impact.
- Kan Tokumaru voices Oro in New Generation and 2nd Impact, Takashi Matsuyama voices him in 3rd Strike.
- Yuji Ueda is the voice of Urien in 2nd Impact, Lawrence Bayne in 3rd Strike.
- Promoted Fanboy: In Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Online Edition, the last of the ten parrying trials is "EVO Moment #37", a.k.a. "The Daigo Incident."
- Talking to Himself:
- Michael Sommers, the voice actor of Alex, also provides the voice of Necro in New Generation and 2nd Impact.
- Len Carlson is Q and Hugo, and Lawrence Bayne is Gill, Urien, Necro, and Twelve.
- Bruce Robertson, the voice actor of Dudley, also provided the voice Gill and the annoucer in New Generation and 2nd Impact.
- Wataru Takagi and Koji Tobe (the seiyuu of Ryu and Ken in the first two titles of the III series) also voiced Yun and Yang in those games.
- Necro has the same voice actor as Alex in New Generation and 2nd Impact. In 3rd Strike, Lawrence Bayne voices Necro, Gill, Urien, and Twelve.
- What Could Have Been
- Believe it or not, Dan was considered for Street Fighter III.
- Sean was initially supposed to the only Ryu/Ken-type in Street Fighter III. If that would have remained, he may have still been wet behind the ears, but he probably wouldn't have nerfed in 3rd Strike. Heck, he probably wouldn't be treated like a joke.
- Gill's original design was to have him manipulate light and darkness. However, Capcom, for many reasons, decided to use the fire/ice alignment to showcase their spiffy new hardware. His secondary color is a reference to the original direction (but he still retains fire and ice control).
- The dev team planned to include Hugo in New Generation, but he had to be Dummied Out due to time constraints.