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DescriptionSuper Street Fighter II is a sequel to Street Fighter II Turbo and Street Fighter II Championship. The game features four new characters and stages, making a total of sixteen playable. It also features many multiplayer modes in addition to the single player mode. Among those is the returning elimination group battle, where players compete for the title of the champion, and Point Battle, where the person with the most points wins. Newer modes include an eight-man double elimination tournament and a Challenge mode, where players attempt to get the most points on a CPU opponent or beat them as fast as possible, trying to surpass records.
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- "Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers" -- Title screen title
- "슈퍼 스트리트 화이터 2" -- Korean spelling
- "スーパーストリートファイターⅡ" -- Japanese spelling
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References to the gameThe game is shown briefly on the Channel 4 comedy, Father Ted. The game is shown being played by Father Dougal McGuire and Father Damian, although Dougal is clearly using an Atari joystick controller, as Father Ted enters the room. The clip can be found here.
SalesAccording to publisher Capcom, Super Street Fighter II has sold 2 million copies worldwide since its initial release (as of June 30, 2016).
SNES versionIn the SNES version, blood was removed during the fights and from the fighter's portraits after fights. Additionally some pre-match sayings (Ryu, Balrog and Guile) and ending sequences (Chun-Li, Balrog, Ryu, Vega and Zangief) were changed. A detailed list of changes can be found on schnitberichte.com (German).
- Vol.3, Iss.1 - Best Genesis Fighting Game of the Year 1994
- Vol.3, Iss.1 - Best SNES Fighting Game of the Year 1994
- Vol.3, Iss.1 - Best SNES Two-Player Game of the Year 1994
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