The illustrator known on social networks as Gg2almeida transformed Peixe Dourado, the mascot of Cuiabá Esporte Clube, into a fighting game character. The mascot of the 11-time champion Mato-Grossense club won a shape à la Ryu, from Street Fighter 6, that would put any rival to flight. Check it out below.
Fighting game character version of Peixe Dourado, mascot of Cuiabá Esporte Clube – Image: @Gg2almeidaFonte: @Gg2almeida
In addition, the artist also promises to create a video game fighter version for the mascots of the other 19 clubs that will compete in the Brasileirão 2023. That is, América-MG, Athletico-PR, Atlético-MG, Bahia, Botafogo, Corinthians, Coritiba, Cruzeiro, Flamengo, Fluminense, Fortaleza, Goiás, Grêmio, Internacional, Palmeiras, Red Bull Bragantino, Santos, São Paulo and Vasco will also have a fighting mascot to call their own. So it’s good to keep an eye on his profile on Twitter.
In the past, the illustrator went viral on the internet by recreating Brazilian states as fighters in a fighting game. The state of Bahia, for example, was represented by a beautiful capoeira fighter:
Character version of a fighting game from the State of Bahia – Image: @Gg2almeidaFonte: @Gg2almeida
But back to football! I’m looking forward to seeing the fighter version of Porco Gobbato, the mascot of the current Brazilian champions, Palmeiras. And you, which mascot do you want to see in the greatest videogame fighter style? Tell us on Twitter do Voxel!
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