Tuesday, October 26th, 2021

NES Street Fighter II looks better than you would expect

Image: Capcom

Street fighter II The SNES version was one of the games that really sparked the fire of the 16-bit console war by selling millions and envy Genesis / Megadrive owners-of course, they were Capcom’s famous. Until you get your own version of the thing-an one-on-one fighter.

Street Fighter II was officially ported to almost every platform at the time, including the Game Boy, but on one machine. did not do it It was the NES that got the game. surely, Unlicensed NES port By the Hammer team in 1992, but it was Very terrible Most people scraped it off the memory bank.

But the NES finally Thanks to a group of passionate coders, I got the right Street Fighter II port.As reported by Event hub, Street Fighter 2 Deluxe As you can see in the video below, it runs smoothly despite the small sprites.

With Flash Cart, the game is believed to run on the original NES hardware, but for the time being, we have to wait for how this is formed.