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Remy's father abandoned his family to pursue the path of the true warrior. Due to this, Remy holds a grudge against all street fighters. When his sister died, he encased her in a block of ice to preserve her. He let his deceased sister sink to the bottom of the sea and realized that he has to put his dark past behind him. For the record, his father is not Guile, Charlie, Ryu or anyone else we know.


Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike

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Street Fighter: Anniversary Collection, Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Online Edition, Card Fighters Clash, Card Fighters Clash 2, Card Fighters Clash DS


Page Updated:  Jan. 3rd, 2014

Like many of the characters from the SFIII series, Remy was created to take the place of a classic character... in this case, Guile. Remy's primary special moves (and a few of his priority moves) are very similar to Guile's. On the flipside, the manner in which he does them is very unique. Remy is a dark, mysterious fighter with tons of "cool" mannerisms... something that's actually pretty different for a Street Fighter character. On that note, Remy looks like he could easily fit into the KOF series if he wanted to. :) His attire is even eerily similar to Iori Yagami's. Also worth mentioning: Remy is one of the skinniest fighters of any fighting game, which along with his "goth-like" charisma, is a distinguishable part of his design.

At the time of Remy's debut, it was definitely nice to see Capcom venture out of the realm of stereotypes and try something different... which happens to be one of the main reasons why I love the SFIII roster. No doubt, Remy is an awesome addition to the dynamic SFIII line-up.

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Remy Animations