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Street Fighter 2
Publisher: US Gold     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1993

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# 44 - Mar 93

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Universe Bandit wrote ...2007-03-07 22:35:26
What about genesis? the control scheme is less confusing on the genesis than the SNES
flimbo wrote ...2006-03-27 17:30:13
three versions only worth playing. 1.snes 2.arcade and 3 the 3do version.
bazfan wrote ...2005-11-03 11:54:28
insert disk 1, load, insert disk 2, load, insert disk 3, load, re insert disk 1 , load, insert disk 12, load, insert disk 5, fall asleep.
_X_ wrote ...2004-07-24 03:30:58
heh...i wasn't really into beat-em-ups back then, but i didn't think that this was such a bad conversion really. but then again i would rather play this on mame too ;)
Violent_Cat wrote ...2004-07-20 22:20:52
Never had it on the ST but i'm sure that the arcade version was alot better then this
Mento wrote ...2004-06-21 14:15:03
One of the last games to be released on the Atari I think, and a sad indication of it's decline compared to what the PC could do (as well as the Mega Drive and soon to be released SNES). It could have been better made using the ST's power, but I think developers just stopped caring.
Keithygee wrote ...2003-12-01 08:31:29
I was obsessed with this game in my childhood and just had to have a go at it wherever i found an arcade machine that had it. So when i heard there was going to be a version of it on my beloved ST, i got a "bit" excited to say the least. I would be the envy of all my school friends, who all had sega mega drives....fools. So the time came when i sent off my request for the game to the mail order company (by that time most games stores had very little if none ST games in stock but plentiful cursed Amiga games....why??) plus it was cheaper at 16£. So i got home from school one day to find the package, i couldnt believe it, i was actually going to play SF2 on my ST!! I got it going and heard the theme music....but to my absolute horror nothing was apearing on the screen. I was distraught. It didnt work, it would never work, not on my ST. I didnt have enough memory, i had an STfm not an e. How was a 9 year old kid supposed to know this? An amature mistake, and my first lesson in the fickle world of ageing computers. I never got to play the ST version of street fighter 2, and in hindsight i'm glad because i doubt it could have lived up to the arcade. And i swapped the game for sensible soccer which proved to be my all time favourite ST game.
Darkbee wrote ...2003-07-29 07:55:06
This was one of the most heinous crimes of the 20th century. It was the most god awful arcade conversion I ever saw. It was woefully written and didn't utilise the ST hardware properly. If you got a real kick out of swopping disks every 5 seconds then you would have loved this game. Although the graphics were nice (and reasonably faithful to the arcade) the game engine was terrible. It played like an asthmatic tortoise and did I mention that you had to swop disks every 5 seconds? If you want to play this game then you might as well get Mame (an arcade emulator for the PC) and play the real thing, much more rewarding! As for the ST, in my mind, Panza Kick Boxing was one of the best beat 'em ups EVER! No special moves, no fireballs or magic just bone crunching moves that looked DAMN painful.
SaTcom2 wrote ...2003-05-21 03:53:06
This was one of the few wayyy slow ST games that I actually got to run at decent speed on my accelerated STe, and it was actually playable and very fun that way! No good on a regular ST though. The disk swapping was super frequent and annoying no matter what I ran it on.
SubZero wrote ...2003-05-13 09:50:52
One of my fav all time games, and to this day i still play street fighter games on the next gen consoles, HADUKEN!!!
Milg wrote ...2002-02-25 13:33:30
This was great fun, but difficult to do all the moves with a one-button joystick, and it came on 4 disks. I remember also that it was released on budget about a year after the initial release, which was fast in them days.
Jurjen Melinga wrote ...2001-12-28 04:09:30
This was the game i made my friend how owned a 386 33 Mhz pc very jealous with... he was playing duke nukem and commander keen and then i showed him SFII, his only words were: "But, but....." :)
Mark Ashford wrote ...2001-11-07 06:34:33
A conversion of the arcade machine, and not a bad one either. There have been so many Street Fighter games probably everyone has played one, so if you want to see what it was like back in the early 90's here it is!