CheatCC writes: "Street Fighter II began with a style that was a bit western and gradually began to become more anime inspired in their visuals, with characters that looked sleeker than the originals. Street Fighter IV goes in a completely different direction, bulking up their characters in a decidedly Western look. While only a few characters have been revealed so far, all of the images of series' mainstays Ryu and Ken show the fighters with bulging, rippling muscles. Apparently during the years between Street Fighter III and IV the World Warriors have been hitting the gym. Even more noticeable than the fighter's physiques, however, is the art style. The visuals have a unique look that can best be described as a moving watercolor painting, giving the game a graphical approach that hasn't been attempted before, at least for a fighting game."