Arby's latest Twitter gaming reference sees stop motion E. Honda performing one of the best Hundred Hand Slaps we've ever seen

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Posted by John 'Velociraptor' Guerrero • December 1, 2017 at 8:23 a.m. PST

You may or may not frequent Arby's restaurants, but there's good reason for you to follow their Twitter page regardless of if you love Beef N' Cheddars.

The fast food chain that specializes in roast beef sandwiches regularly posts video game art created from Arby's products, and we recently were treated to a Hundred Hand Slapping E. Honda from Street Fighter.

Made entirely out of pieces of cardboard, Honda smacks open an Arby's sandwich box in stop motion animation with his trademark move.

The attention to detail is actually pretty impressive, as you'll notice the creator behind this even made sure to include the "moving so fast you can't see all of it" arm animations we recall from Street Fighter 2.

This isn't the first time we've seen Street Fighter references in this style as the fast food chain used Guile back on Fourth of July and even made a Shoryuken input out of mozzarella cheese sticks.

Check out the quick clip below and then be sure to follow Arby's on Twitter, if not only for the sake of these awesome gaming references.


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