For fighting fans, combo heaven is back.
Button-mashers, beware: the legendary combo-based tournament fighter debuts on the Game Boy Advance in flashy, fist-pumping style. But behind all the stern-faced warriors, exotic settings and myriad options and modes lies spot-on play control and a complex fighting engine.
The first Street Fighter debuted in the arcades in the '80s, but it was 1991's combo-driven sequel that really caught the fancy of the quarter-dropping public. Notable enhancements to the four wildly popular Super NES versions include a lightening-fast turbo feature, new moves and new challengers like T. Hawk and Fei Long.
Contributed by Xoleras (66122) on Apr 13, 2005.