E. Honda’s Street fighter II Badehausbühne is an icon. There is a mural with Mount Fuji on the back wall. a kabuki actor, and the Rising Sun design. The mountain and the thespian stay in the Capcom Arcade Stadium
Here is like the stage appeared in the original Street Fighter II:
This shouldn’t come as a big surprise. While the off-center rising sun could still be the official flag of the Japanese Navy, the design is controversial, especially in Asia, as it was flown by Imperial Japan. Capcom seems to have decided that it is best not to offend members of the international gaming community.
In recent years, there has been controversy when the design appeared in popular media. For example, if a character wore a Rising Sun shirt Bohemian Rhapsodyled the outcry to its digital distancewhile PUBGCreator had to apologize after releasing an item pack the seemed to be using the same Images.
Before that was the beam Design was removed in Street Fighter V: Arcade Editionbut the sun stayed. This seemed fair, tastefully done Compromise while its newest iteration looks rather crooked.
This isn’t the only change in Capcom Arcade Stadium. As Pomegd also points out, the flag of the Hong Kong fighter is Fei Long is now the People’s Republic of China instead of the regional like in the 2018s Street Fighter 30th Anniversary or, as in the previous releases of the game, the British Hong Kong flag. Pomegd notices that Zangief still has Hammer and sickle of the USSR.