the first Street Fighter The game released by Capcom in 1987 was barely noticeable.
In the first version of the arcade game, there were only two buttons per player, but the buttons are huge, rubber-like buttons, and the harder you hit, the more the character on the screen punches and kicks. It has become difficult. Many of these machines were eventually modified with traditional arcade buttons, as they often break and are expensive to replace. Also, there was no character choice and I had to play as a Japanese Karate Master Ryu.
The 1991 sequel, Street Fighter II: Warriors of the WorldIt was an absolute sensation. It was one of the first one-on-one arcade games that provided players with multiple character choices and brought variety and personal style to each match. Each character was carefully balanced and had some special movements that were quite different from the movements of the other characters. The theme of the game is a global martial arts competition, with each character taking on different countries such as Japanese sumo wrestler E. Honda, US Air Force officer Guile, and Soviet wrestler Zangief. It was a unique musical theme written by Yoko Shimomura, and each had its own arena in their home country.
This game was a huge hit in arcades around the world, as most previous two-player games were either cooperative or not simultaneous. And as long as you win, you can continue to play, resulting in a line that challenges the winner.
Street Fighter II Got a lot of updates and sequels, including 2016 Street fighter V, Actively played in today’s fighting game tournaments. It popularized the genre of fighting games and set so many conventions that are still part of it today.
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