|You're probaly asking what is difference from "My Reviews" page and "Games" page.
There a little the same except that my Reviews tells you how the game turned out. The Games page tells you little things, like /dates/trivia/unknown facts/and etc.
|Why was Street Fighter so unpopular?? I liked it. Not that many characters, but hey it's the best NES would do. It was a great game, Even though I saw it after I had expeirenced Street Fighter II. You would like it if you were a Street Fighter back then.|
Graphics were good for NES. Although the stages that were in Street Fighter II, weren't yet in there. The infamous train station stage was big. But if you look at the graphics, there ok. But the chracters weren't designed that well as they could've been as much as the stages were designed!
Game play was alittle too slow, for my taste. I didn't like it. I downloaded the game if you're wondering and if you know me. Yes, I didn't like the gameplay at all. Just can't give it a good ratinig. Plus most of the characters were Non-Playable-Chracters, so that's a very down-side of this game!
Ooooooooooo! Very bad! No good sound. Uh uh! Nope just not my kind of music that matches every stage and gameplay. =(
|Street Fighter II: The World Warrior|
Finally Street Fighter II had debuted! What caould've been better? This was it. This was the game that everybody was into! Graphics were great! WAY better than the origanl Street Fighter game. SNES, the consule made the game very CRAPPY! But the arcade was way better! And the graphics were just outstanding.
Very well done. The gameplay was really good. I liked the speed of the game. Not too slow, not too fast, just right. But hey only 4 characters were NPC's, Sagat, Barlog, Veag, and of course Bison. That is way better than the originl!
Sound was great, but not on the SNES, it sucked, the music was altered alot. And I mean alot! Street Fighter II's gameplay's speed was very very SLOW as hell! I should kill SNES makers for doing this to Street Fighter II. You all should be ashmed.
|Street Fighter II: Special Championship Edition|
Street Fighter II: Special Championship Edition was even more, and more, and very more better! Finally The four Non-Playable Character's were available to pick, and the unknown secret fireball of Chun-Li's and the fire Haduken of Ryu was finally proved to be real. And that was made the graphics way better that the origan Street Fighter II ( The World Warrior )
More faster than Street Fighter II: Special Championship Edition for the Arcade was very similar to the one for Genisis, except that it had two modes: Hyper Fighting and Championship. Of course the Hyper Fighting made the game very much faster. The gameplay was almost the same as the World Warrior.
And I said almost similar!
Sound was the same. Genisis was not altering the music and sound. Not like SNES as they did. They sucked at manufacturing games. I liked it for the Genisis. SNES was not making this game for there consule. Thank God!
|Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting|
Same-o-Same-o. What was diiferent, was that this Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting made the flairities even more sophisticated. Which means that the graphics in the Genisis and SENS were ver diffucult to produce. So neither made the game available, and this Street Fighter wasn't that popular, ( people were getting tired.)
Faster, was like the only thing that was really different about this Street Fighter II. Umm....
you can very easily tell by the title of the game! Duh " Hyper Fighting" , then SNES produced the similar Sequal Street Fighter II Turbo. Genisis wimped out I guess! Shame on you =P
Sound was the same.Very same no different.. Not good at different making sound eh?. Boring already! Gimme a new version of this game!
|Street Fighter Alpha|
The best of the best! This is the better game that finally took Street Fighter to another level. At first I didn't like it. But then I like it! Graphics were just great! Now most of these character swere animated, and not that much detail, to the point where the sprites looked more animated.
Not that fast as the Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting game.But just right to fit the characters. The great thing about this game is that it brought old classic characters. This made it a good game ;). I liked the graphics and I bet you would to if you compared it to the Street Fighter II games.
Very much alittle the same as the last Street Fighter II game. Lots of flarities that SNES took out! What a bunch of idiots! Sheesh why do they do that!? They suck!
|Street Fighter Alpha 2|
This game has good graphics, not that much different from Street Fighter Alpha. Well, it came out like 4 months after Street Fighter Alpha, which made Street Fighter Alpha a nothing in a short time! Shame on Capcom!
Unlike Street Fighter Alpha 1, Street Fighter Alpha 2 had picked up where Street Fighter Alpha had left off. Like puttin a little more characters to the series, but nothing to go all crazy about. That's the problem with all the Street Fighter Alpha's!
Same thing as Street Fighter Alpha, but SNES had altered it alot. SNES had produced both Street Fighter Alpha's, but Street Fighter Alpha was opened with PS2 and PS I think. Capcom was very picking with this sound. So another down-side to Capcom
|Street Fighter Alpha 3|
This game has good graphics, not that much different from Street Fighter Alpha 2. I like the way they did this game. Including tons of other graphics that other fighting games wouldn't do. I guess they had good graphids, although ery not much different.
The best thing that Capcom did was put many selectable characters. Finally! Sheesh, now people are coming to look at the cool game. Hmmmm? I like the gameplay alot!
Sound was just perfect! I like the sound and PS2 did not take out any of the flairities. PS2 rules! The best thing since Street Fighter II!