Hit 'Em Up When asked about numerous early'9os throwaway updates--from Champion Edition to Super Street Fighter II Turbo--crappy 3D tie-ins and decades of extorting innocent teens, the franchise's developer, Capcom, essentially told garners, "We'll keep making them as long as you idiots keep buying them.
What does SSF2 stand for?
SSF2 stands for Super Street Fighter II (video game)
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Titles include: 1941, Avengers, Black Tiger, Block Block, Captain Commando, Eco Fighters, Knights of the Round, The King of Dragons, Last Duel, Mega Twins, Magic Sword, Quiz & Dragons, Side Arms, The Speed Rumbler, Street Fighter, Super Street Fighter II Turbo, Strider, Three Wonders, Tiger Road, Varth.
Super Street Fighter II is great fun and will test your reflexes to the max.
The next bestselling title, FIFA Soccer, has sold just over 200,000 units and Super Street Fighter II is approaching the 200,000 mark.
An arcade company pays about $55,000 for one Dactyl Nightmare system, compared with $6,000 fore Super Street Fighter II.