Fighting game ported from the classic and wildly popular "Street Fighter 2" franchise. Choose from a variety of characters and use their fighting skills to beat opponents and become the world champion fighter. Advantages over the original Street Fighter 2 include faster fighting speed, 4 new characters, new locations, and more balanced/streamlined moves for the original characters.
Let's say you grew an apple tree. It grew nice, juicy apples all the time, but you just weren't satisfied with it. So you tinkered and toyed with it (against the forces of nature, needless to say) until it started to grow not only apples, but oranges, grapes, bananas, AND cherries. Everyone would praise you ten times more, even though some would criticize you for going too far, and you would be happy because you made your "perfect" tree.
That's basically the story of Super Street Fighter II Turbo. The original SFII was a runaway success, but Capcom just wasn't satisfied with it. So they tinkered and toyed with it until it was made the way it was meant to be experienced. The end result is not only the most well-known Street Fighter upgrade, but also one of the most polished and balanced fighting games out there.
If you've played the other SFII game on this site, then you know the basic drill: Pick a character, fight 8 opponents, then fight the final four bosses. Once you beat Bison (or Akuma - more on that later), the game is won!
The game is MUCH deeper and more complex than the other version, though. Instead of 8 characters to choose from (Ryu, Ken, E Honda, Chun-Li, Blanka, Zangief, Guile, and Dhalsim), you now have 16! The four bosses are now selectable (Balrog, Vega, Sagat, and M Bison), plus four brand new characters add to the fun (T Hawk, Cammy, Fei Long, and Dee Jay)! Then there's the secret boss, Akuma, who kills Bison and faces you if you beat the game under the right conditions, and you can even play as him if you know the code!
All the characters have new moves and animations added to their repertoires. Instead of a measly two buttons from the other SFII on the site, this version utilizes all six original attack buttons, so everything that worked in the arcade works here as well! There's also a super combo for each character that, when triggered, annihilates your opponent!
This DOS version of the game hardly disappoints. The graphics and sounds are as close to the arcade as they can get, and the game plays smoothly as well! The eye-popping intro and all the endings are also intact.
Overall, this is a terrific adaptation of the best version of the finest fighting game ever! If you've never played Street Fighter before, or have only played the other version on this site, play this now! You can't compare with its powers!
Everybody knows Street Fighter. After Mortal Combat, this one's probably the most well-known fighting game around. Well, this's the second one, sequel of SF. It's generally the same as all these games. There is a story mode, in which you can choose which character you play, then beat up enemies, one by one. There is also the two-player mode.
The story mode lets you choose which character you'll be fighting with. After that, you'll have to beat up the other fighters and get a typical, brainless, taunt after two wins or losses. When the taunting's finished, you'll just fly off to the next challenger. There's no real story in story mode. Beat up one guy, then get to the next one. After beating up the seven first main guys, you'll get another set out of which you couldn't choose before. They are more difficult than the previous ones, but there's no real difficulty increase between two of each set. If you're looking for a bigger challenge after going through story mode, just increase the difficulty level. Personally, I wouldn't recommend the easiest, as it's as easy as cutting butter with a knife.
The two-player mode allows you to beat someone else up or practice your moves on a dummy in case can't find someone else to play along. Choose two characters from the basic set, then a background in front of which you'll fight and you're ready to go. This's perfect for beating up your bro when he stole your candy without your parents getting mad at you.
All by all, Street Fighter II is a fun game. It brings nothing new, even for its time, but at least it looks pretty and the music is ok. This critter's perfect for venting your frustration off on.
The World Warrior Tournament is where the best street fighters from all over the globe and stage a competition to crown a champion. While the last two years have seen the same 12 contestants, it's time for some new blood, as four fresh challengers are ready to step into the arena and prove that they're worthy of being in the World Warrior Tournament.
Street Fighter 2 Turbo is a classic arcade fighting game. I think some clever marketing person added Turbo to sell more games and it seemed to work. The plot of the game is that a group of fighters have been called together to beat each other senseless for the grand prize. I believe one of the reasons this game was so popular is that even though it's a fighting game, there isn't much violence. If you hit or kick someone you see a flash and when you do a special you see a big flash. I think it's to make it a bit more parent friendly compared to Mortal Kombat. SF2T is an pretty good game if you like a bit of button mashing, but I believe Mortal Kombat is the better game.
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