I’m the one who constantly links those videos whenever somebody is confused about the story of SF4.
What? Why should he do that, or rather: How should he do that? The SF5 story mode is already a coherent story by itself. Just watch any random video by someone who played it from start to end and you have your plot. Unlike SF4, SF5 doesn’t require any pasting together. It’s already a full movie as it is.
O.k., the drawn cutscenes could be pasted together, but even they are pretty coherent. Either the chronology is clear or it is unimportant. If an event concerns two fighters equally, it is shown in both characters’ cutscenes.
The SF5 cutscenes aren’t a puzzle like SF4, so you can watch them right after another and you understand the plot. Unlike SF4 where one scene might start in one character’s ending and continue in another character’s ending and without a connected video, you only see bits and pieces of the plot, but never the whole thing.
What I’d like to see, though: A video (or maybe a bunch of screenshots) that puts together the ending sequences (including the texts, not just the images) of SF2 as one coherent storyline.
I’d be curious if somebody manages to put all 15 ending sequences (everyone from “Super SF2” minus M. Bison of course since his ending is definitely not canon) into one consistent, non-contradicting row of events.
Alternate version: Only the 12 regular fighters, without Balrog, Vega and Sagat.
Alternate version: Only the eight original fighters, without T. Hawk, Fei Long, Dee Jay and Cammy.