Reviews and Problems with Street Fighter II: Turbo HD Remix
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12 September 2012
Summary: It may have been good in its day but I'm really not seeing the "HD" part of it. Stages are acceptable but some characters are almost unrecognisable compared to Street Fighter IV, which obviously looks better. In terms of balancing, throws do too much damage and you generally get very little health so rounds finish fast. However, it's not fast paced or fluent since controls and movement fee l clunky and blocky rather than smooth.
Summary: Amazing!!! First off, I will tell you my background on the series. I probably wasted hundreds of dollars in quarters on the arcade games, and my first true street fighter game was Super Street Fighter II Turbo on the Super Nintendo. I must have poured a thousand hours into that game and didn't realize I loved it so much until I played it recently. I couldn't believe how many moves I rememb ered, and how nostalgic the game made me feel.
Summary: Me deje influenciar por la nostalgia y un demo que descargue en el que se veian "bonitos" los modelos de los personajes, pero al comprarlo me di cuenta que ya habian pasado muchos aÃ±os y que tenia bastantes fallos ese gameplay que ahora SSF IV ya habia reparado y que ni cuenta me habia dado cuenta, claro es un gameplay exactamente al de SSF II pero creo que ya no es lo que n ecesito, me quedo con el SSF IV … Expand
Summary: Gameplay 3 Graphic 3 Music 3 Collectible:3 Not recomment ! Not worth for $ ! Game play: over damage, too easy to death, AI is tough. Graphic: not feel like original (worse), less detail, just like children paint on a large paper. Music: a little remix but not feel better. Collectible: 0 Conclusion: I think It can not called a final production game, It's like a experimental pr oduct.
Summary: I may have worked on the game (helping assemble the new soundtrack for OverClocked ReMix), but of course I love HD Remix regardless of that. Street Fighter II was an important game that got me hooked on both game music and the Street Fighter series in the first place. Besides UDON creating some excellent art in HD, David Sirlin really put his all into creating a much deeper, more balanc ed and more sophisticated playing experience by compressing the character tiers.
Summary: Beautiful visuals and impressive music are a real treat, but the offline play is ridiculously punishing, even on the standard difficulty level, and the online competition is far too hardcore for this game to be enjoyable for even normally capable Street Fighter fans. Unless you have local friends you enjoy playing with, or you are used to fending off wave after wave of challengers in the a rcade, this version may be more infuriating than fun.
Summary: How did the only comment here get approved? That game the above poster is talking about is Super PUZZLE Fighter HD Remix, which is based on the arcade version of THIS game being reviewed! This FIGHTING game! Which has looks amazing in HD by the way. The mechanics are great too!
Summary: Awesome Multiplayer game! Me and my roommates got seriously addicted to this game and have been playing it for almost 6 months now. Basically it is a multiplayer version of tetris where you make color coordinated squares and rectangles to blow up with the corresponding color bubble and attack your opponent, which send the blocks onto their side.