I've been playing a hell of a lot more Street Fighter II lately, and the Saturn arcade perfect port version, and god damn is it wonderfull to play, with solid control, and smooth gameplay, no slow down when hadoukens thrown. Plus just an awesome game to sit down and play.
I suggest everyone get a Saturn and but Capcom Generations 5, which is Street Fighter II, Street Fighter II: Champion Edition, and Street Fighter II: Turbo. They are all arcade perfect ports, with an s-video cable, plus the saturn controllers. You will never crave Street Fighter more. I can't stop wanting to play it, even at work, all I do is eat, sleep, and breathe Street Fighter II. I've gotten way to good with Ken, now im practicing with my second best, Zangief.
But, I'm asking, really, when you actually think about it, is Street Fighter II reallt perfection, in my eyes it is the greatest thing to happen to this earth, and Vag. But I want to hear others in thier opions, the ones that have played the best versions of Street Fighter II, not the SNES (slow down when Hadouken is thrown) version.
I'd love to hear your answer. sorry if thier is mistakes, or ranting about how awesome this game really is, im kinda drunk, and showing my true love for in my opinion what is the greatest game ever created.!
Now that Super Mario Galaxy 2 has finally been released, and before I jump into it, I would like to name my top 10 Mario games to date, with the last one being New Super Mario Bros. Wii. I would love to hear your guys top 10 Mario games as well, since SMG 2 has been getting stunning reviews, and even replacing some classics on various peoples lists. I have now played Galaxy 2.
1. Super Mario World 2. Super Mario Bros. 3 3. Super Mario Bros. 4. Super Mario Galaxy 5. Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins 6. Super Mario 64 7. Super Mario Galaxy 2 8. New Super Mario Bros. Wii 9. New Super Mario Bros. 10. Super Mario Bros. 2
Does anyone else besides me have a great appreciation for the TG-16. I love that system and always will, I had a genesis growing up, but the TG-16 was my granmas system, and we were over there all of the time and played that when we were there. She had like 40 some games, and i played the hell out of all of them, especially loved neutopia (played it before i even knew zelda, so i have a fond love for it), as well as splatterhouse, blazing lazers, galaga 90, legendary axe 3, devils crush, pac land, mrs. pac land, dragon spirit and many others. I truley respect all of theses games, even if some werent that great, they always have some type of greatness to me. Me and my brothers were the only ones in our town who even knew what a turbografx was, and some friends that came over, and we knew as grandmas game system. I will always love this system, and charish it as well. But then we eventually got a playstation with MGS and marvel super heroes, my grandma moved, and threw it out, and it was the end of it for about 10 years. then a year or 2 ago i started to come back to retro gaming, and love it and collect genesis games, and snes games once again, and me and my older brother remembered the TG-16, and how awesome it was, plus all of the game and stuff she had for it, and she just threw it away like nothing, that just blows are mind now.
But, it just goes to show how much a video game console that isnt very known can hold a special place in ur childhood.