Street Fighter 2 – 15th Anniversary (bootleg)
CP System II
AU$495.00 (inc. GST)
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Street Fighter II is an arranged version of Super Street Fighter II Turbo that allows players to select from all playable incarnations of the characters that were featured in the five arcade installments of Street Fighter II. An earlier form of this concept was featured in the compilation Street Fighter Collection 2 (for the PlayStation), which included a "Deluxe Versus Mode" allowing two players to fight each other using characters from the first three versions of the game. Although originally released as a PlayStation 2 game in Japan, it saw a limited arcade release in Japan and Asia.
Hyper allows players to select from up to five different incarnations of the character roster: the original Street Fighter II, Champion Edition (Dash in Japan), Hyper Fighting (Dash Turbo in Japan), Super and Super Turbo(Super X in Japan). Each version of the characters play exactly as they were featured in said game (albeit minor bugs/changes, such as Super Sagat's Tiger Shots and Vega's Wall Dive command), including the use of the same animation frames and voice actors. Players can pit a character from one version against one from another from a different game (i.e.: "Champ" Ken vs. "Super" Cammy, "Normal" Guile vs. "Turbo" Chun-Li). Rules from each game apply when selecting one's roster (for example, one cannot choose the same character as the other player if both are playing on "Normal" or play as the four bosses). In the single player game, all the opponents faced are in "Super T" mode.
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