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Here’s A List Of 9 Latino Video Game Characters Who Kick Ass

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Latinos are generally as underrepresented in video games as they are on television. But, as anybody who plays fighting games knows, it’s quality over quantity. Here’s a list of the 9 greatest Latino video game characters who kick ass.

1) King in Tekken


Hailing from Mexico, King is the undisputed champion of fighting game characters. He entered The King of Iron Fist Tournament just so he could afford to build an orphanage. It’s hard not to love this jaguar mask-clad luchador.

2) Blanka in Street Fighter II

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Blanka is the most electrifying character on this list. In the Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie, he’s billed as “a feral fiend from the jungles of Brazil, who hones his skills by fighting man-eating predators.”

3) Eddy Gordo in Tekken

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Although he wasn’t the first video game character to use the Capoeira fighting style, Eddy Gordo put the Brazilian martial art on the map.

4) El Fuerte in Street Fighter IV

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For El Fuerte, being a chef is more than just a wrestling gimmick, it’s a fighting style. When the bell rings, it’s “Super Dynamic Cooking Time,” and this Mexican luchador cooks up an ass-kicking.

5) El Stingray in Saturday Night Slam Masters

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The high-flying El Stingray is one of the earliest lucha libre-inspired video game characters. Rumored to have been based on real-life Mexican wrestlers Blue Demon and Lizmark, his style is as quick as it is fun to watch. His “Jalapeño Comet Attack” was ahead of its time when it debuted in 1993.

6) Pepe Rodriguez & Pupa Salgueiro in Rage Of The Dragons

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Pupa Salgueiro is a wrench-wielding Brazilian fighter who got into tournament combat to find her missing brother. She’s the second fighter in this list who uses Capoeira, but she’s the first and only female. She’s joined by Pepe Rodríguez, a Mexican martial artist whose style is known (at least in the game) as Aztec Great Phoenix Style.

7) El Blaze in Virtua Fighter 5

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“Hot dog!” It’s El Blaze! He’s on this list because his lightning quick style of lucha libre fighting was a highlight for anybody that played this Sega classic.

8) Sean Matsuda in Street Fighter V

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Sean Matsuda comes from an accomplished Brazilian fighting family, but his inspiration for tournament fighting is his hero, Street Fighter OG, Ken Masters.

9) T. Hawk in Super Street Fighter II

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T. Hawk is a feather-and-face-paint-wearing fighter from Mexico who kinda looks like an American sports mascot. Yep. You read that right. Ridiculous? Maybe. Despite that, he made the list because he blazed a trail as the first Mexican character to appear in the Street Fighter series. He’s tough to play, but if you can learn the Tomahawk Buster, you really got something.

All of these fighters either come from Mexico or Brazil. As our culture becomes more and more prevalent, where will the next Latino characters come from?

READ: Here’s A List Of Wrestling Moves You Didn’t Know Were Invented By Latinos

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Here Are The 9 Stages Of Road Trips You Go Through Every Time You Travel With Your Family

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Here Are The 9 Stages Of Road Trips You Go Through Every Time You Travel With Your Family

Those super sleek Go-Pro travel videos make road trips seem like a relaxing thing to do, until… you have your brother farting in the car and your sister’s stinky feet all out in the open.

Let’s be real, this is what our family road trips are really like:

When going on a family vacation, you expect stunning views and gusts of fresh air like you see on those online travel videos.


Don’t they make road trips seem so beautiful and relaxing?

But truth is, family road trips are nothing like those videos. They’re the complete opposite starting with the cramped family bucket car.


You know there’s no way all those maletas are going to possibly fit in the car. Somehow you make it work even though everytime you take a turn, you hear the bumper scrape something because the car is weighed down so much.

Because everyone in your family overpacks, you’re stuck in one spot in the car for the entire trip, with zero arm space or leg room.


It’s even worse when you’re sitting in the back and the person in front of you decides to recline their seat all the way to your knees.

Things start to get more uncomfortable when all of a sudden the AC breaks down.


And there’s no changing out of your musty clothes until you arrive at your destination.

After being in the car for an extended period of time, odors slowly start to build up…and it ain’t cute.


It starts to become a congested space of stinky breath and booty sweat.

You know what else ain’t cute? When your siblings decide to take off their shoes and lift up their cheese-and-caca-smelling-feet in the car.


But they swear their feet don’t stink.

But the worst odor of all comes when someone in the car decides to let out one of those silent-but-deadly farts.


Depending on how potent the fart is, you might even taste in your mouth because of how squished and congested you all are in the car.

After dealing with stinky feet and silent-but-deadly farts, all you want to do is get out of the car for some fresh air and a small snack. But nooooo, your mom has sandwiches prepared because she doesn’t want to waste time (or money, tbh) pulling over.


But you have to admit, the sandwiches are bomb.

Once you start driving through that road that’s in the middle of nowhere, you have only two options if you really have to use the restroom: 1. You stop and pee by a bush, or 2. You don’t stop at all and do this:


You can go with the second option based on how good your aiming skills are.

If one of your siblings resorts to restroom option #2, make sure you don’t mistakingly drink from that water bottle.


Be careful. This can and will happen. And it’s awful.

If you’re not accidentally drinking your siblings’ piss, then you’re arguing with them about who gets to take charge of the AUX cord.

Usually the one with most fire playlist wins… Or the oldest.

But no matter how hectic and stressful family road trips can be, the destination and fun times you have with your family, make it all worth it.


These vacations wouldn’t be the same without your stinky ass family.

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