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Street Fighter 2

Street Fighter 2 is one of the most popular fighting game ever released in the 90s. Street Fighter 2 was designed by Akira Nishitani and Akira Yasuda, developed and published by Capcom in 1991 for the arcades and then converted for many platforms from Spectrum ZX to DOS (in 1992).
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Street Fighter 2 reviews

NForce 01 (July 1992) - "To put it plainly, Street Fighter 2 is a nice piece of work with well defined graphics, strongly drawn backgrounds with sharp edges and good definition. There's plenty of those lovely OOOMPH, CRRRACK and EURGHHHG sounds when you land a big one on a baddie.
In the background, awed onlookers watch the battle - but they're like wallpaper to be ignored. The backgrounds are nice and colorful - who cares? Who has time to admire the art spent in drawing scenes of America, Brazil, Japan? Or the limited, almost comical animation of the background cast? Not when there's some gorilla-faced yob built like a brick cack-house to pummel into submission.
That goes for the music too. It sounds nice, has a good feel to add to the action and changes with each scene. But again, if you love music, go fondle a juke box.
What I like about this game are the digitised battle sounds; the grunts, groans, and the sound of a body being compressed into something the size of a sandwich tin. I also like the 'intermission' screens that display the broken, blood-drenched puss of the meathead you just massacred. But then, I never was home-made apple pie sort of dude.
What it all comes down to is this. If you're a big frilly woozer, don't bother with Street Fighter 2. But if you've got a king-sized set of gonads and aren't scared of plastic surgery without anaesthetic, you just might be OK."

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Also known as: Street Fighter II: The World Warrior

Input: joystick, keyboard

Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk

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