Street Fighter: The Movie, released in Japan as Street Fighter: Real Battle on Film (ストリートファイター リアルバトル オン フィルム), is a 1995 head-to-head fighting game released for the PlayStation and Sega Saturn. The game is based on the 1994 live-action Street Fighter movie and uses digitized images of the film's cast posing as the characters in the game.
There are four game modes available. The primary single-player mode, "Movie Battle", is a story-based mode which follows the plot of the film. The player takes control of Guile, who is on a mission to infiltrate Bison's Lair in Shadaloo City. The player can choose between different branching points after certain matches, which determines the number of opponents that will be faced before the next branching point, until reaching the final match against Bison. After completing Movie Battle mode, a music video of the film's theme song "Something There" by Chage & Aska will be played.
The game's other modes include an arcade-style game mode called "Street Battle", where the player can choose a character and then face a series of twelve computer-controlled characters, culminating with Zangief, Dee-Jay, Sagat and Bison; "Vs. Mode", a standard two-player mode like the ones in previous Street Fighter games; and "Trial Mode", where the player fights against a chosen computer-controlled opponent in order to achieve a high-score or quick time record.