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I like SF2 Hyper Fighting the best, best balance in my opinion. Super turbo is a close second.

Hyper Anniversary is cool but it is filled with so many glitches. They messed up Vegas Super Izuna drop, Super Turbo characters cannot tech against non super turbo characters, and a few others.


Here is some good information it


http://wiki.shoryuken.com/Hyper_Street_Fighter_2"
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I do like equally :
- Street Fighter II: Champion Edition (SFII' in Japan) because it is the one I played the most in my childhood on Snes.
- Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers for the magnificient INTRO with Ryu and his hadoken direct to us directly and also for the beautiful sets of Fei-Long and Cammy.

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i bought a Japanese ST board from pang in 2008, looking on the back of the board it's had 19,000+ credits played on it since i bought it

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Street Fighter II World Warriors will always be my favorite, even knowing how superior Super X and 3rd Strike are. I guess it's all based on the impact the game had on me. No other fighting game - and I mean before and ever since - had the same impact, even the other ones in the SF series; love them all, but was always more of the same, a smooth evolution. Street Fighter II World Warriors established what we still play and love today, and to me it will always be on top.
Bababaloo wrote:- Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers for the magnificient INTRO with Ryu and his hadoken direct to us directly
I remember seeing pics of the Super intro in the magazines and going "woah..." - then in person, falling in love. :awe:

...but that HD Remix looks $#!++¥, I think (and hope) you were reffering to this:

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Much more like it. 8-)
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TadCool wrote:...but that HD Remix looks $#!++¥, I think (and hope) you were reffering to this:

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Much more like it. 8-)
Yes I was but I could't find a decent pic ...
Thank's for finding one :thumbup:

Love love love that Intro !
It is one of the rare Arcade Intro I can watch on a loop.
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Super Turbo because it's the one most often used in tournaments and I like to watch Youtube videos and learn. The AI is annoying of course and I'm not a big believer in online play. Used live with a dude was equally fond of the game in 1st year of college and we must have clocked a couple of hundred hours on it. Haven't had a chance to play people regularly in years but I try pop into Goodge St. Casino for a few rounds when I'm in London.
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I play SFZ the most, though there is no reason to have this game at all, nor is it actually my favourite.

My favourite is Z2 and Z3, can't decide between them.
I like the new characters (Gen, Sakura, Rolento) and most of the stages in Z2 are awesome, as is the music and presentation.
I don't like the fact that you can perform both Supers and CC's during gameplay, however.
Z3 makes is right for me by letting you choose your -ism, and some of the added frames to the characters in x-ism shows attention to details.
I don't like the announcer and some music sounds as if the artist had one can Red Bull and one line of cocain too many.
Air recovery backfires for me most of the time too, but I like the fact that throwing is now performed differently than before and also that the force of the punch or kick button determines the Super's level.
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Those are some good points about Z2 and Z3. I can't decide which one I like better because both have some good and some not so good design choices in them. But I do like the soundtrack in Z3. The themes fit the characters perfectly, unlike the dance crap in some later Capcom games. :shifty:

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To be quite honest I get a bit lost with the whole 6-button control scheme, I much prefer a four button SNK set-up.

I appreciate Street Fighter II for what it is, and it was nice being there when the Super Famicom ports originally came out as it was quite a technical accomplishment. I Probably played Alpha 3 on the Dreamcast the most though.

Although my favourite 'Street Fighter' would still be SNK vs Capcom: Match of the Millenium on the Neo Pocket.....
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I liked Zero 3 for the fanservice (The Dolls). The ism system was cool.

Amongst SF fighters, I liked Third Strike the most for the parries.
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StandardDeluxe wrote:To be quite honest I get a bit lost with the whole 6-button control scheme
Funny stuff. When I first started with SF (as a preteen) I never understood why so many buttons as I was doing great with just four - never using mid attacks. I don't remember when I started using it, but today would be impossible to enjoy Street Fighter as much as do without them. Those extra two mid buttons add so much depth when it comes to keep chaining deliciously crunchy hits.

Love SF. :awe:
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SSF4AE :-o

there I said it.

SF2 variants , SSF2 variants, etc were all great and have stood the test of time very well. I played the crap out of them back then and still do once in a while, but let's not be reasonable and quit being haters....

- more characters
- more moves
- deeper combo systems
- tons of advanced thecniques to master
- online play
- better sound & gfx
- cammy's booty

the SF3 serie seems pretty good though, maybe I should give it a fair shot.
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StandardDeluxe wrote:... I much prefer a four button SNK set-up ...
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I've been converted. Zero 3 is clearly the best SF game after SSF2X. :awe:
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More character isnt always a plus; it does get rediculous at times. For example, looking at some Mugen charater roster can only make me facepalm and get the hell out of there.
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...you're not comparing Zero 3 to mugen are you? :problem:
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I own most sf2 PCB's (world warrior, ce, hyper fighting, ssf2x and hsf2ae)

My personal favorite is Hsf2ae, because it's the most challenging (akuma is a beast) :D
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Ok, some people made more than one choice, or couldn't decide a single favourite, so I may have got lost somewhere skimming back and forth through the posts. Anyway, the results look something like this... probably...

Arcade Otaku's Top Ten Street Fighter Titles:[/b

1. SSF2T/X - 13 Votes
2. SF2T:HF - 6 Votes
2. SF3:3S - 6 Votes
2. SFA2/Z2 - 6 Votes
2. SFA3/Z3 - 6 Votes
3. HSF2:AE - 4 Votes
4. SF2:WW - 2 Votes
4. SF2:CE - 2 Votes
5. SSF2 - 1 Vote
5. SSF4:AE - 1 Vote
5. SFMovie - 1 Vote


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I've just realised that there are actually 11 titles in that list... but surely 'SF the Movie doesn't count right??? A rubbish game, made of a rubbish film, made of an awesome game :problem:
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I think Third Strike is the finest fighting game around.

What's funny is at the Namco offices where Harada works (Tekken creator), they have six cabinets. Two are T6 heads up, two are TT2 heads up, and two are 3s :lol:
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