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Street Fighter 2010 (NES) review


"I have played alot of NES games and this one has got to be one of my all time favorites. For starters, this is the first game I can ever remember playing. It's a great game and I'm astonished how fun it is playing it again and again. I have grown up with the Street Fighter Games. As a matter of fact, Street Fighter II was the first game I owned, and I've played alot of them. This game is absolutely no let-down to the series, even though it is forgotten. It isn't without it's problems, but it is ..."



I have played alot of NES games and this one has got to be one of my all time favorites. For starters, this is the first game I can ever remember playing. It's a great game and I'm astonished how fun it is playing it again and again. I have grown up with the Street Fighter Games. As a matter of fact, Street Fighter II was the first game I owned, and I've played alot of them. This game is absolutely no let-down to the series, even though it is forgotten. It isn't without it's problems, but it is very fun.

Story: 8/10
You play in the mystical future of 2010. You are a future cyborg named Ken (probably our fighter from Street Fighter 2). Yes, Ken, not our famous hero Ryu. Throughout the game you are searching for your friend, Troy, who was supposedly killed and you are out for revenge. When Ken finds him dead on the floor he equips a new cybernetic armor and sets out. Your average story, but with a cool atmosphere and an interesting twist.

Graphics: 9/10
For an NES game, the graphics are quite detailed. Everything is very organic, but cool looking rather than just disturbing like the Aliens backrounds are. Ken is not that high quality a sprite, but I like his character design. He has cool components, and the artwork has a very anime-ish style to it. Very good part of the game.

Gameplay: 9/10
The gameplay is very fun. It mixes Street Fighter with a platformer. Ken can pretty much do anything. He can climb walls, Jump, Kick, Punch, shoot fireballs, kicks streaks of energy, and do flips. He's very agile and the game is set out stranegly. When you start a level, Ken comes in through a level. In the level is a boss. When you find him to fight him. If you are able to kill him, a portal appears which you must reach within 10 seconds or you can not progress to the next stage. It is fun fighting the bosses with combos and killing little enimies around the level. So why did I not give it a 10 you ask? One word: difficulty This game is one of the hardest games I have ever played. Even with a Game Genie it took me several attempts to beat this sucker. Other than it's lutacris difficulty, it's really fun.

Sound/Music: 10/10
I don't usully give games a 10/10 unless it's a game with one super awesome theme along with a well ranged other music or a game from Nintendo but I'm making an exception here. The music is really great. It captures the feel of each level in a unique and interesting manner. I love all the songs in it. Capcom did an awesome job. And the sounds a pretty good, heck, I even killed myself a couple times to hear the sound it makes when Ken dies. Just remember, music doesn't make the game (unless you're talking about Simon's Quest).

Overall: 9/10
If not for it's incredible and absurd difficulty, this game would've been known as a part of the Street Fighter series. Otherwise, it remains a forgotten addition to Capcom's fighting gem. I never forgot it, but others did. The game was an awesome game. I mean, it has a good story, good gameplay, an awesome music. And let's face it: If Ryu went up against this Ken, we wouldn't have an Alpha series. This would've been more interesting if it was Ryu, but it's still an excellent game.

Pros:
Great Graphics
Great Music
Fun Gameplay

Cons:
Lutacris difficulty

Rating: 9/10

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