Super Street Fighter II Turbo
DOS - 1995
Also released on: Amiga
Description of Super Street Fighter II Turbo
Super Street Fighter II Turbo (aka Super Street Fighter II X: Grand Master Challenge, Super Street Fighter II X for Matching Service, スーパーストリートファイターIIＸ for Matching Service), a really nice action game sold in 1995 for DOS, is available and ready to be played again! Also available on Amiga, time to play a fighting and versus fighting video game title.
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Comments and reviews
Easy PC 2018-09-27 0 point DOS version
I used to own SSF2 Turbo for PC, back in the day. My PC was slow at the time, so took ages to start it up in DOS, but it was well worth the wait. And now... probably easier to download the arcade version and an emulator.
mick 2018-08-05 1 point Amiga version
Amiga version I downloaded here does nor run on FS-UAE on OSX. Can someone confirm this?
Shelly Winkely 2018-06-26 0 point DOS version
Guys please note that this game has one of the most confusing and complicated DOS installations processes. Despite its lack of installation instructions, ultimately you'll be meet with the software protection question block. No one can answer this question cause it doesn't exist.
EldritchNexus 2017-03-13 0 point DOS version
Same problem. Even when I'm tapping the designated keys, I scarcely get any response out of them.
Yelz 2017-01-14 -3 points DOS version
Hey. Why buttons don't work in-game? The only thing I can do is moving, as someone said. Help please?
Deeohesse 2016-07-05 1 point
I'm slightly computer illiterate apparently. How do I get this game cracked? I took the ssf2tcrk.com file out of the crack folder and put it in the same place that the SF2TURBO.exe file is but it didn't work.
Mac os, boxer dos emulator.
RYLER! 2016-03-02 4 points DOS version
I have an issue... with input. While there seems to be no problem when I move around the around the interface i.e scrolling, selecting characters and key redefinition, the attack buttons do not respond during the gameplay - I can only move around. It annoys the hell outta me... pls help me out guys.
Jon 2016-02-17 0 point
Thanks for those instructions but after installing the crack and receiving notification that the crack had been installed it still asked me questions upon game startup. re-cracking does not work. I am using the boxer DOS emulator on a MAC os...
Gluon 2015-12-10 2 points
Hi, If you are having trouble getting past the logon (i.e. it asks for a word in a manual) do the following
1/ In the original location you extracted the zip to there is a file called crack, locate and open this file
2/ Copy the file called SSF2TCRK.COM into the file with your F2TURBO.EXE
3/ In your DOS emulator type 'SSF2TCRK.COM' - you should see it provide a message that the game has been cracked
4/ run SSF2T and the logon screen should now just say -just hit enter-
Flo 2015-11-08 -1 point DOS version
Just found this in the back of closet.. . original cd, box and manual :)
Gamer1983 2015-07-10 -3 points DOS version
All you guys having password problems, the crack is in the game, install it and when it asks you for the word, don't enter anything and just push the ENTER button. If you don't know how to install the crack, it's found in the folder "Crack" Put the "SSF2TCRK.COM" in the same directory as "SF2TURBO.EXE" and if you don't know how to do that then how did you even get as far as installing the game?
jankster 2014-12-04 0 point DOS version
keeps asking me words from the manual as a security code. Help please.
Esaelon 2014-09-04 14 points DOS version
Back in the day, I came across a number of PC ports of Capcom fighters. The ones I remember most are Super Street Fighter II (SSF2 - not on this site), SSF2T, SF Zero and Zero II (Alpha and Alpha II to us in the states), and X-Men: Children of the Atom. SFZ and SFZ2 may have been for Windows, I forget, but the rest were DOS.
Sadly, most of these were terrible ports!
SSF2 used the reduced-size graphics from the SNES port. It had frameskipping which allowed it to be somewhat playable, but it ran slow and was ugly. Moreover, the screen was wider than in the SNES port -- and since the area of movement was limited to the width of the screen, the width of the screen affected the dynamic of the fights (i.e., it could be considerably easier to keep away).
SSF2T had the opposite problem. Though it ran fast and smooth, it used the original arcade graphics but retained the same resolution: thus, now the screen was far too narrow. If I recall correctly, Dhalsim's attacks could reach almost the full screen, and it was very difficult to jump towards anyone with a good anti-air (most anyone) without them being able to use it to counter your attacks.
SFZ/Z2 I believe were also surprisingly slow...
I cannot recall clearly, but X-Men:CotA worked around the SSF2T problem by scaling the screen: it had full-size but aspect ratio distorted and extra-blocky graphics. It ran decently well, however chain combos which were a core part of the game DID NOT WORK for players (I believe they may have for the computer).
It's a shame Capcom paid so little mind to these ports... thank goodness for emulation eventually providing a decent alternative!
sebaxo 2013-07-13 -1 point DOS version
i have problems installing the game, it says: "This system does not support fullscreen mode. Choose 'Close' yo terminate the application."
nino 2013-04-19 -1 point DOS version
el mejor juego del mundo y de la historia, SNK no se compara a EL REY DE JUEGOS CAPCOM
LoGaN 2013-01-28 -1 point DOS version
If you are having problems with the controls. Open frame lock and music speed up in the options and change both player 2 and player 1 controls, which will fix the problems for punch and kick buttons. Otherwise this is the best street fighter game on pc dos.
Yiro 2012-12-29 0 point DOS version
Can't kick nor punch even after configuring keys. I can move but can"t fight :( help?
JC 2012-12-19 1 point DOS version
wow amazing DOS game. Install then paste SSF2TCRK.COM in the same directory installed then run it and play
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