Straight up Street Fighter 2 Champion edition. I think after that my ability with the games downgraded really fast so my enjoyment of following editions suffered as well. Though I love being able to play as Hugo again its more "Fun for a couple of Matches" than beating the games all over.
Hyper Street Fighter II; the ability to play as previous iterations of the character roster was interesting, as well as having the CPS1, CPS2, and 3DO all together.
In terms of best I've got to agree, closely followed by HD Remix. However, the PS2 and 360 controllers absolutely suck for Street Fighter (especially the PS2), so the version I play most is SF 2 Turbo on the SNES as I still consider the SNES controller to be the perfect SF controller.
Post by Dr. T is an alien on Dec 21, 2014 6:09:46 GMT -5
It's kind of hard to pick since they all had their strengths and weaknesses. The original has the nostalgia edge. Championship edition was the one that got played the most. The New Challengers probably was the best, but the various Turbo and Hyper versions all had little tweaks that altered gameplay a little.
Since I cannot pick from the various arcade and home ports, I will instead go for the more obscure. Street Fighter II: The Pinball Game was the Smurfin' BOMB! It was easily one of my favorite pinball machines produced in the 90's. Most people probably have not seen one, but it was fun and challenging all the same.
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