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Street Fighter II
Box artwork for Street Fighter II.
Developer(s)Capcom
Publisher(s)Capcom
Release date(s)
Flag of the United States.svg September, 1995
Genre(s)Fighting
System(s)Game Boy
Players1-2
Rating(s)
ESRB: ESRB KA.png Kids to Adults
SeriesStreet Fighter
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Street Fighter II (ストリートファイターII?) became an instant success when it was ported to consoles such as the SNES and the Sega Genesis. It was so popular that it seemed like people wanted it on every available platform, including handheld so it could be played on the go. So Capcom gave it a shot on the Game Boy… with mixed results.

Due to the memory constraints of the cartridge, the cast of fighters had to be cut down naturally. While the game is based on the Super Street Fighter II engine, only six of the original eight warriors and three of the four bosses remain. Dhalsim, E. Honda, and Vega were ceremoniously discarded, either for reasons of popularity or complexity, and none of the new challengers (nor Akuma) are to be found.

With only two buttons to press, attacks were limited to one punch button and one kick button. As a compromise for the differences, Capcom provided the game with Super Game Boy support. When played over the SNES peripheral, the game appears in color, with full color backgrounds designed to mimic the stage that the fight was taking place in.

Moves[edit]

Balrog[edit]

Portrait SSF2 Balrog.png
Name Input
Dash Straight Arcade-Stick-CB.pngArcade-Stick-Right.png+ Arcade-Button-Punch.png
Dash Upper Arcade-Stick-CB.pngArcade-Stick-Right.png+ Arcade-Button-Kick.png
Turn Punch Hold Arcade-Button-Punch.png+Arcade-Button-Kick.png and release.
Buffalo Headbutt Arcade-Stick-CDU.png+ Arcade-Button-Punch.png

Blanka[edit]

Portrait SSF2 Blanka.png
Name Input
Electric Thunder Arcade-Modifier-Tap.png Arcade-Button-Punch.png
Rolling Attack Arcade-Stick-CB.pngArcade-Stick-Right.png+ Arcade-Button-Punch.png
Vertical Rolling Arcade-Stick-CDU.png+ Arcade-Button-Kick.png
River Run (from SSF2T) Arcade-Stick-DR.png+ Arcade-Button-Punch.png

Chun-Li[edit]

Portrait SSF2 ChunLi.png
Name Input
Yousou Kyaku Arcade-Modifier-Air.pngArcade-Stick-Down.png+ Arcade-Button-Kick.png
Spinning Bird Kick Arcade-Stick-CDU.png+ Arcade-Button-Kick.png
Hyakuretsu Kyaku Arcade-Modifier-Tap.png Arcade-Button-Kick.png
Kikouken Arcade-Stick-CB.pngArcade-Stick-Right.png+ Arcade-Button-Punch.png

Guile[edit]

Portrait SSF2 Guile.png
Name Input
Sonic Boom Arcade-Stick-CB.pngArcade-Stick-Right.png+ Arcade-Button-Punch.png
Somersault Kick Arcade-Stick-CDU.png+ Arcade-Button-Kick.png

Ken[edit]

Portrait SSF2 Ken.png
Name Input
Hadouken Arcade-Stick-Qcf.png+ Arcade-Button-Punch.png
Shoryuken Arcade-Stick-Dp.png+ Arcade-Button-Punch.png
Tatsumaki Senpuukyaku Arcade-Stick-Qcb.png+ Arcade-Button-Kick.png
Kuchuu Tatsumaki Senpuukyaku Arcade-Modifier-Air.pngArcade-Stick-Qcb.png+ Arcade-Button-Kick.png

M. Bison[edit]

Portrait SSF2 MBison.png
Name Input
Psycho Crusher Arcade-Stick-CB.pngArcade-Stick-Right.png+ Arcade-Button-Punch.png
Double Knee Press Arcade-Stick-CB.pngArcade-Stick-Right.png+ Arcade-Button-Kick.png
Head Press Arcade-Stick-CDU.png+ Arcade-Button-Kick.png
__Somersault Skull Diver Press Arcade-Button-Punch.png after Head Press

Ryu[edit]

Portrait SSF2 Ryu.png
Name Input
Hadouken Arcade-Stick-Qcf.png+ Arcade-Button-Punch.png
Shakunetsu Hadouken Arcade-Stick-Hcf.png+ Arcade-Button-Punch.png
Shoryuken Arcade-Stick-Dp.png+ Arcade-Button-Punch.png
Tatsumaki Senpuukyaku Arcade-Stick-Qcb.png+ Arcade-Button-Kick.png
Kuchuu Tatsumaki Senpuukyaku Arcade-Modifier-Air.pngArcade-Stick-Qcb.png+ Arcade-Button-Kick.png

Sagat[edit]

Portrait SSF2 Sagat.png
Name Input
Tiger Shot Arcade-Stick-Qcf.png+ Arcade-Button-Punch.png
Ground Tiger Shot Arcade-Stick-Qcf.png+ Arcade-Button-Kick.png
Tiger Uppercut Arcade-Stick-Dp.png+ Arcade-Button-Punch.png
Tiger Knee Crush Arcade-Stick-Qcf.pngArcade-Stick-UR.png+ Arcade-Button-Kick.png

Zangief[edit]

Portrait SSF2 Zangief.png
Name Input
Double Lariat Arcade-Button-Punch.png+Arcade-Button-Kick.png (move Arcade-Stick-Left.pngorArcade-Stick-Right.png)
Screw Piledriver close, Arcade-Stick-360.png+ Arcade-Button-Punch.png
Atomic Suplex close, Arcade-Stick-360.png+ Arcade-Button-Kick.png