Street Fighter 2

Street Fighter 2 Remake

Enjoy the arcade classic on your PC

Street Fighter 2 is a PC adaptation of the famous 1991 arcade fighting game from Capcom. View full description

PROS

  • An awesome dose of nostalgia
  • All 8 original characters
  • Good graphics

CONS

  • Pretty slow
  • Sound not up to much
  • Can be difficult to set up

Do you play this game with friends?

Good
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Street Fighter 2 is a PC adaptation of the famous 1991 arcade fighting game from Capcom.

Ryu. If you're a fan of fighting games, then just the name is enough to take you straight back to the nostalgic world of Street Fighter. This successful series - which began way back in the 80s - started in the arcades and is still knocking around today on various platforms.

Street Fighter 2 adapts all the fun of the second installment of the series to the PC. That said, the computer game leaves much to be desired when you compare it to the old arcade game. That, and the fact that you probably won't get a group of guys standing behind you and cheering as you play....

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The Street Fighter 2 graphics look good, but neither the background nor the sound have been brought up to the PC version. The speed of movement in this adaptation of Street Fighter 2 is also much slower, even on powerful computers.

To compensate, Street Fighter 2 includes all eight characters from the original game. The commands are customizable, and you can choose between playing alone in the arcade mode or challenging a friend to a one-on-one fight.

For old-school arcade fighting games on the PC, you can't beat Street Fighter 2.

Street Fighter 2

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Street Fighter 2 Remake

— User reviews — about Street Fighter 2

  • Javed Khan1065883324

    by Javed Khan1065883324

    "Street Fighter 2 is the game of generations."

    Street Fighter 2 is the game of generations (1980s-> Today). More.

    reviewed on February 9, 2017

  • Calvin Yoo

    by Calvin Yoo

    "Not compatible with 64bit OS"

    Not compatible with 64bit OS, failed to start the game instead. More.

    reviewed on November 21, 2016