Street Fighter II: The World Warrior
DOS - 1993
Description of Street Fighter II: The World Warrior
1993, the year Street Fighter II: The World Warrior was released on DOS, as well as Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum. Made by Capcom Co., Ltd. and published by Capcom U.S.A., Inc., U.S. Gold Ltd., this action game is available for free on this page.
Comments and reviews
Astalavista 2023-01-28 2 points
OK MILLENIAL: The game was released in February 1991, so the USSR still existed, it only collapsed in December 1991.
OK MILLENIAL 2022-10-28 -6 points ZX Spectrum version
WHAT THE ABSOLUTE F4CK!? Is that the francoist eagle in Spain flag!? Yeah. I know. In Street Fighter II the Soviet Union is still a thing. So the "story" happens either in the 80's or is an Alternate Timeline 1992 year in which the URSS existed a few years more, atleast until SF3 1997.
If is the first, Spain Francoist regime ended in the later 70's, so that makes no sense. Should be the plain flag or with the modern shield.
If is the Alternate Timeline... Well. I can see Cyber Francisco Franco still ruling the country, claiming that his Cyber body is a blessing of God (Payed and built with North American money and tech) and making M. Bison look like a nice and very competent ruler.
The third explanation? Shitty port. Like most ports of games done in Japan. (Probably an UK company. We always had such a "nice" relationship)
A forth explanation even? Well, Capcom being "sensible" with anything outside Ja...
*Remembers Onimusha, Sengoku Basara and Genji (Good games, but yeah. An absolute Roundhouse kick to japanese culture and history)
... Capcom sensibilities in general.
Ba Ching 2022-10-26 1 point DOS version
Ah, much feature, many fight. I die, I live again many time!
oknazevad 2021-10-07 1 point DOS version
Looks pretty. Plays terribly and sounds worse. Don't bother with the DOS version.
Dhalamar 2021-03-19 1 point DOS version
HORRIBLE version of the game. Sure... in screenshots it LOOKS great. But that's as far as it goes. This is a travesty. EVERYTHING about this game is practically broken.
T 2019-03-21 1 point DOS version
This game is real classic. I was ever to play this version on famicom when I was young kid. Awesome
amiga player europe 2018-07-14 1 point Amiga version
What is a classic? What is timeless? This one! Still can play it today as i played it 20 years ago. One of the best games made for the amiga.
Jj 2017-05-28 0 point DOS version
The graphics are true to the arcade I can see that right away. Consoles had smaller sprites and darker colors.
FrikiNAUER 2015-11-01 1 point DOS version
A friend buy this game in the past and comparing it with my Super Nintendo version this game was a low port. His FPS are bad, only two action buttons (arcade, megadrive, super nintendo got 6)... In DOS I play better fighting games like Sango Fighter, Body Blows saga...
Gundamio 2014-12-24 0 point DOS version
Nice game. I remember I play this game on Hewlett Packard with the Turbo Botton and DOS 6.0 :)
DMC14 2012-11-26 1 point DOS version
Im sorry but that is a bad version of street fighter 2. even the music is wrong.
Jimmy 2011-11-28 0 point DOS version
This game is a lot of fun when you use the right joystick that will work for these old school video games.
Street Fighter II is a classic game from this decade, and one of the best selling of all time.
When you play every character well, you are tough to beat, even with the hardest to use characters like Dhalsim from India.His teleport move is still hard to do right.
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