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Are there differences between Hyper and SSF2X? I saw a site once, that explained every single difference, but I am talking about gameplay with friends. Any got experience?

I'd like to own Hyper (feature-wise) or Turbo (personal, favourite version, cheap).

Reasons I prefer Plain-Vanilla-Turbo:
The background-graphics are the best and started to degrade since then. I got no idea why the removed the phantastic sunsets at blanka- or guile-stage. This hurts every time I see them.


I rarely use the new characters, and except for cammys stage, their stages are boring too.

Anyway, I am missing a 2l12b-panel ... :eh:
If I find one, I will get a SF2 as soon as possible to beat my girl.
She knows how to execute the dragon punch and can utilize it very well.
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I've owned...

SF2WW
SF2T (twice)
SSF2
SFZ2A
SSF2X

And now HSF2A.

You need to own a Street Fighter (2) game, it's a required PCB for anyone that owns another PCB. My most played is probably SF2T or SSF2X, but I have a soft spot for Z2A. I've settled on HSF2A solely to cover adhoc multiplayer - I'm not too bothered playing any of them a huge amount in 1P so cheap CPU doesn't matter, but pitting SF2 Chunners versus 2X Guile multiplayer is huge fun.
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Well, if I'm not allowed Vampire Savior etc. or Marvel Super Heroes, then I guess Zero 2 and SSFIIX.
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ninn wrote:Are there differences between Hyper and SSF2X? I saw a site once, that explained every single difference, but I am talking about gameplay with friends. Any got experience?

I'd like to own Hyper (feature-wise) or Turbo (personal, favourite version, cheap).

Reasons I prefer Plain-Vanilla-Turbo:
The background-graphics are the best and started to degrade since then. I got no idea why the removed the phantastic sunsets at blanka- or guile-stage. This hurts every time I see them.


I rarely use the new characters, and except for cammys stage, their stages are boring too.

Anyway, I am missing a 2l12b-panel ... :eh:
If I find one, I will get a SF2 as soon as possible to beat my girl.
She knows how to execute the dragon punch and can utilize it very well.
It "feels" faster than ST and less glitchy. Even without the older SF characters, much better game than SSF2x.
gundarN wrote:Well, if I'm not allowed Vampire Savior etc. or Marvel Super Heroes, then I guess Zero 2 and SSFIIX.
+1 for VS It's pretty much ST anyway.
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Street Fighter 2 Turbo has always been my favourite. Played it so much on the SNES and in the arcade, and now my own PCB :D
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Super Turbo - Crowd fav, even if you're die-hard Hyper player, you'll still play Turbo and just bitch about how if this was Hyper, you'd be beasting.

Alpha 2/3 - I like 2 for the less complex mechanics but the crowd wants 3. I got both.

No love for 3S only because I'm no good at it. As soon as CPS3 is broke, I'm sure I'll have it...again for the crowd.
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CPS2 wrote: It "feels" faster than ST and less glitchy. Even without the older SF characters, much better game than SSF2x.
Ace, confirmation from someone that actually plays the game :)
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I think 3s is the most fun, but SSF2X is my most played and therefore my number 1

As I have no competition I never play HSF2A. The CPU is painfully cheap / hard
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Super Turbo/SF2x for me. Masterpiece of a game. I much prefer the sound effects and music of the CPS1 version, everything just sounds more 'beefy' and satisfying, but the gameplay is undoubtably superior on ST.
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markedkiller78 wrote:I think 3s is the most fun, but SSF2X is my most played and therefore my number 1

As I have no competition I never play HSF2A. The CPU is painfully cheap / hard
My thoughts exactly. I'd like HSF2A more if there was any point owning it for 1p play or at least if the CPU used not only 2T chars.
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Wow, really suprised that Zero/Alpha 3 and SSFIV were not more popular. Oh well, I definately wont take ANY sf2 choice away from anyone, sf3 though - I never was a massive fan of that series compared to the rest. I do agree that the anouncment speech is pretty gay in Z/A3, but I think the games good enough to discard that.

So it seems the majority vote is SSF2T/X. Any lovers of that game played the HD remix version?
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I liked Zero3 too.
But when I wanted to beat some friends, they prefered (any version) of the Original.
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ninjawyatt wrote:So it seems the majority vote is SSF2T/X. Any lovers of that game played the HD remix version?
I'm shallow and couldn't see past the redrawn characters, so although I do have it I've hardy played it
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ninjawyatt wrote:Any lovers of that game played the HD remix version?
HD remix doesn't count as an SF game. It's a redrawn pile of ****.
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I look at it sometimes and think yeah it looks ok, then it starts moving and it's like I'm suddenly 90yrs old playing sf and everything is shaking around changing size. That or I'm massively hungover or have parkinsons or something I dunno.
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SSF2X - I've alyways liked it the most, this was the version me and my friends played the most. But truth is, that I've always been attracted more by snk's fighting games.
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CPS2 wrote:HSF2 Anniversary Edition. Doesn't seem to get any love round here but it's the best SF game ever made.
This.

And 1P SF....? :lolno:
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SSF2X
I feel like the game mechanics and introduction of the super were perfect but not to complicated to understand. Plus the super combo finishes are awesome!
Also, there are usually people to play locally (depending where your from), online play, and abundance of info/strategies.
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SSF2T (Amiga version) :lol:
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I´m a vanilla kind of a guy.

I can live with Champion Edition or Hyper Fighting. Nothing wrong with World Warrior either.

I´m a big fan of the SNES version. I have just purchased the CPS PCB though and I am waiting to receive it :)
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