There are a number of extras on the DVD. Kicking things off is a commentary (unrated version only) with producers Patrick Aiello and Ashok Armitraj and actors Neal McDonough and Chris Klein. The commentary is dull and lackluster at best as all involved are too serious throughout. Another complaint is Kristin Kreuk's absence — she is the lead character in this film. Couldn’t she be bothered to participate? Maybe she wanted to distance herself from this bomb.
There are 14 deleted scenes in various stages of completion as well as an alternate ending which didn’t add to the film. "Becoming a Street Fighter" is the making of featurette where everyone involved is enthused about making the film, but it doesn’t come across in the final product. "Chun-Li: Bringing the Legend to Life" talks about the movie version only, which is a shame since the video game character should have been touched on here.
"Fox Movie Channel Presents: Making a Scene" shows what it took to make the various fight scenes throughout the movie.
There are several galleries where the video game characters are placed side by side with their movie counterparts; those galleries are "Recreating the Game: Arcade to Film Comparisons" "The Fight in Black and White: Storyboard Gallery," and Behind the Fight: Production Gallery".
On the second disc (which wasn’t provided for review) there is an animated comic book movie called Street Fighter: Round One – Fight! This sounds interesting, but not having seen it, I can’t comment.
There are plans for another Street Fighter movie, which will tell the origins of the character Ryu. Hopefully it will be better than this film. In the meantime, if you want a good Street Fighter story, go play one of the video games.