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Author: randxian
Posted: December 20, 2009 (04:22 PM)
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I enjoyed Street Fighter 2 back in the day, and was curious about this game. After all, they made about 14 varations of Street Fighter 2 including "Hyper Fight or whatever it is" "Super Street Fighter 2", "Ken and Ryu wipe their asses with their black belts", etc. I assumed the original would have to have at least some merit.

Now I no longer care after reading this review. It's too bad there is only one playable characters and the controls are so wonky. Then again, my friends and I used to poke fun at all the ridiculous combinations you had to pull off in Street Fighter 2 and it's 10,000 or so clones.


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Author: radicaldreamer
Posted: December 20, 2009 (10:44 PM)
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In some ways it actually makes more sense to think of Street Fighter 2 as the first game in the series, and almost to think of the actual first game as some sort of prototype.

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