Street Fighter 2: The World Warrior | SNES

Published by Capcom, Developed by Capcom

Genres: Fighting (1-2 players)

Wii: Dec 25th, 2006 (US) | Jan 19th, 2007 (EU) [800 points]

Wii U: Aug 22nd, 2013 (US) | Aug 22nd, 2013 (EU)

Street Fighter 2: The World Warrior

Street Fighter II defined gaming in the 1990s by revolutionizing the fighting game genre. Regarded as one of the greatest games of all time, Street Fighter II: The World Warrior was the first release of the Street Fighter II series, featuring the original eight world warriors including Ryu, Chun-Li, and Guile.

Each character has his or her own fighting skills, speed, special moves, and unique ending to make for a truely unique fighting game experience. Choose your character and become a hero in the Street Fighter universe.

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Captain Jamesman said:

It's a pretty cool game. I like to play as Chun-Li. (I wuv Chun-Li!^^).

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wiin0r said:

Aww. This is one of the first SFII games where you can't pick from any of the bosses to fight as.

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lukekey said:

Is this game only out in the us? It's not out in the uk yet.

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Umm... said:

Chun-Li is one of easier and cheap character to play. Ken and Ryu are like the same character with different look and country.

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Ian C. said:

Umm, they may have the same moves but their moves are stronger depending on which you use (for example Ryu's hadoken is stronger than Ken's).

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Captain Jamesman said:

Correct Ian C. And Ken's Shoryuken is more powerful then Ryu's. Plus, in some games, Ryu's Hadoken & Ken's Shoryuken are used as Super Attacks. Like Ryu's is Shinku Hadoken, and Ken's is Shoryurappa.

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special kid said:

This game is fun when you're bored, but has anyone seen the movie?

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Captain Jamesman said:

I have! They were cool! However I didn't like the fact that Chun-Li hardly played a good role like she should've. But it was bigger in Alpha, just not big enough. Strangely, I heard Chun-Li was going to have her own movie. I probably won't see it since it's live-action.

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B. Darius said:

Chun Li?! Are you serious?! Out of all the characters, you're favorite is Chun Li?! Blanka kicks ass.

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Captain Jamesman said:

What's wrong with Chun-Li? She's cute, she's quick, and I get a kick out of her rivalry with Mai Shiranui. I wouldn't have played Street Fighter and several other fighting games if it wasn't for her. And about Blanka, he's cool too. I don't really ever play as him, but he's cool because of his jungle antics.

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Gonzo said:

I play these games in the Laundromat arcade machines.

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Sonic Fan said:

You played arcade games in the Laundromaut?!

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Rygar said:

Ryu and Ken ARE the exact same in this game. The game won't allow the same character to fight each other (Ryu vs Ryu) so Ken is in the game so you can have a perfectly balanced fight. Mirror matches were added in later releases, and then Ryu and Ken started to differ.

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Sean said:

You could play as the same character in this game for the SNES. You just had to do the championship edition clothes code at the capcom logo.

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whiiz said:

I like the fat guy. His punch could reach really far and I could kill everyone without damage.

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Captain Jamesman said:

Whiiz, the fat guy is named E. Honda. He's a sumo wrestler.

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Ian C said:

I was scared of this when I was little, but now I love it.

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Captain Jamesman said:

It was creepy then, but now it's just ordinary.

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Sonic Phantom said:

Sorry, but Vega is way better.

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Krazy K said:

Ken and Ryu supposedly trained together, that is why they're the same. But I like ken better, for some reason I do better with him.

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Son Ninja said:

Chun-Li is cute in this game, Ryu and Ken play the same for those that wanted to use a hadoken, the four bosses are unplayable, the game balance is fair, the bonus stages are fun and each character had his or her own location to fight at. The musical scores are also memorable and you could see the faces of the loser at the end of each fight. Yep, this is what made the original Street Fighter II the best. Now why doesn't SFIV feature things like these.

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Gum said:

Sonic Phantom, you saying Vega is better? What a joke. His special move has no use at all. It is one of the easiest bosses.

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Son Ninja said:

Gum, actually Vega is not better in strength but he is the king in speed and aerial attacks and no his special moves aren't useless. His flying Izuna Drop is massive and could blow away 40% of your life bar, he can dodge projectiles easily by doing multiple backflips, his rolling claw attack can combo up to three or four hits sometime might even dizzy you on the spot, his slide can slip you down giving him an easy advantage to use the Izuna Drop or the diving claw attack (remember when he slide, he is already charge down so all he had to do is just do up+ kick to unleash an aerial attack). Not to mention he could climb on the Barcelona cage and prepare a devastating dive attack. Of course, if you are a veteran Ryu and Ken player, you could bring Vega down easily but Vega and his moves are NOT useless.

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Sonic Phantom said:

Exactly what Son Ninja said. Plus, Vega is one of my favorite Street Fighter characters (next to Cammy White. She's cute!).

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3D said:

Rygar, technically you're right. Except, there was a glitch in the original Street Fighter II game that allowed you to play as Ryu vs Ryu (no other "mirror" matches).

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kwest said:

Ken and Ryu have at least one difference between their moves in this game; when you use the strong kick grapple Ken's animation includes a couple of rolls whereas Ryu's throw doesn't. This means Ken's move uses up more of the time limit and moves both players further across the level. The damage seems to be similar (as with the rest of their moves in this version). To unlock mirror matches on the snes use player 1 controller and press down, hard kick, up, hard punch, soft punch then soft kick at the capcom logo (aka down, are, up, L, why, B). You should hear S. E. TEST 17 play if you entered the code correctly at the right time.

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