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SF II SCE is a close conversion of the arcade Hyper Fighter. The voices are barely comprehensible, but overall this cart's a Champion among Sega fighting games.
Specialkrafterna är lite väl svåra att få till. Sådant retar mig lite, för när man spelar mot datorn så har den inga som helst problem att få till specialkrafterna, utan använder dem flitigt. (typ tre stycken i sekunden.) Men detta lilla krux är nog det enda som är irriterande med Street Fighter 2, annars är detta spel en gudagåva till alla fightingfrälsta. Bakgrunderna kan få en vuxen man att gråta av lycka. Det finns inte så många cede-spel som har så här bra grafik. I Mortal Kombat
är bakgrunderna lite fattiga, men i Street Fighter 2 är det ett nöje att se vad som händer bakom kämparna. Totalt prisvärt spel.
The Genesis version was worth the wait - not only do you get all-new moves, but you can also play bonus stages missing from the SNES version.
Nadie debería permitirse el lujo de prescindir del mejor juego realizado para Mega Drive.
Incredibly enough, it's great. Well, it's the same as the coin-op, isn't it? Only slightly slower. Ju-ust slightly. Still, you can 'be' the bosses.
Meer, sneller en beter. Dat zijn de codewoorden die hoorden bij deze versie van Streetfighter 2 toen het spel uitkwam. Op dat moment wist natuurlijk nog niemand hoeveel meer, snellere en betere versies er nog van dat spel uit zouden gaan komen.
GenesisAll Game Guide
They said it couldn't be done. They said it wouldn't be done. Yet Capcom's legendary fighter has found its way onto the Genesis, and Sega fans can breathe a collective sigh of relief. And what's this? There's even something not found on the Super Nintendo versions, as you've probably guessed from the title's "Special Championship Edition."
GenesisThe Video Game Critic
Of course, comparisons to the SNES Street Fighter 2 Turbo Edition are unavoidable, and to be honest, the Genesis simply can't deliver the same degree of sharp visuals and rich audio. This version's graphics look slightly grainy compared to the SNES, and some sound effects are downright cringe-worthy. The announcer in particular sounds awfully congested. Even so, this Championship Edition turned out much better than most expected, and the six-button Genesis controller provides an ideal button configuration (identical to the arcade game). Fans will also appreciate the inclusion of the arcade game's intro, not present on the SNES cartridge. There's an exclusive "group battle mode" as well, but that's hardly worth mentioning. SF2 Championship Edition is a rock solid fighter, but if you own an SNES, I'd opt for that version instead.
SEGA Master SystemSuperGamePower
Já leu a matéria do Circuito Aberto, mano? Agora que você já sabe como a versão de Street para Master foi feita, tá na hora de aprender a bater. Se você guardou o console no armário, tire o bichinho da caixa porque a surpresa é boa! É o primeiro game de 8MB para o console, com gráficos de cair o queixo, boa velocidade e até vozes digitalizadas!
As it stands Street Fighter II: Special Champion Edition is a pretty impressive achievement considering the hardware it was produced for, but it’s nothing more than an interesting footnote in the Street Fighter lineage. The group battle option is neat and the fact that it includes both the Champion Edition and Hyper Fighting variants of the game is a bonus for completists, but we still can't recommend this entirely. If you’ve yet to download a Street Fighter II title on the Virtual Console then this is a solid option but otherwise save your points for something more worthwhile.
TurboGrafx-16All Game Guide
Street Fighter II': Champion Edition is without a doubt the best Hu-Card fighting game for the TurboGrafx-16. Even the card itself looks impressive, with the top half being twice as thick as a regular card. All TurboGrafx-16 owners should have this game. Even without the six button controller, the game is quite playable. But with it, it's highly enjoyable.
Apart from a few patchy graphics the disappointment is in the sound. The sampled effects are coarse and the tunes are sub-Bontempi standard. A Super CD version would, of course, overcome this problem - Capcom please take note.
Ah, yes, Street Fighter II. The game that got people back to the arcades. For so long Genesis players watched with envy as Super NES owners got to enjoy an exclusive home version on their systems, and they were left out. But in 1993, Sega fans rejoiced when Capcom announced plans to not only bring Street Fighter II to the Genesis, but as an exclusive Champion Edition as well, meaning Sega owners would get mirror matches, more moves, faster speed and the ability to play as the bosses. However, things would change in the following months, and to make a long story short Genesis players would wind up with a Special Champion Edition, basically a port of the SNES' Street Fighter II Turbo with some Genesis-exclusive features. While it wasn't the killing Genesis players envisioned, it still does an excellent job bringing street fighting action to the ol' black box.
But beyond minor little differences like the Group Battle mode, this version of Street Fighter II just proves to be redundant here on the Virtual Console. While it is still a fine game on its own merits, there's very little reason to download Special Champion Edition when another, better edition of Street Fighter II is already on sale in the Wii Shop for the exact same price as this one. There will certainly be a few Genesis fans who rejoice at this specific version's arrival, and will purchase it out of a strong sense of nostalgia for this particular release. But everyone else is much better off getting more features and more characters for their money with Super Street Fighter II.
SEGA Master SystemSegaFan.com
Acabar el juego con los ocho personajes (cosa que todo "friki" de la saga debería de hacer), nos puede llevar algún tiempo, aunque tampoco demasiado, eso sí no esperéis unos finales que compensen el esfuerzo, ya que además de ser bastante soso, solo hay uno para todos los personajes.
SEGA Master SystemDigital Press - Classic Video Games
While this is not the version of the game to introduce non-SF fans too, the hardcore fans might find this an interesting diversion. That is of course, if they can live with the complete lack of combos and the impossible specials. Still, it's better than the Game Boy version and can be playable if you just accept the hardware it's running on. Competent, just not the game it used to be.
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