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Street Fighter II: Champion Edition Instructions
Street Fighter II: Champion Edition is controlled by using the keyboard. The arrow keys are used to move. The S, D, and F keys perform punches and the X, C, and V keys perform kicks. The enter key acts as the start button. These controls can be redefined at the start of the game.
Street Fighter II: Champion Edition
Street Fighter II: Champion Edition Walkthrough
The original Street Fighter was released in arcades in 1987 by Capcom; its sequel, Street Fighter II, was released in 1991 and set the standard of fighting games for years to come. Street Fighter II: Champion Edition was released in arcades one year later and allowed players to control the four Grand Master characters. This Flash version of Street Fighter II: Champion Edition was made to commemorate the launch of Street Fighter IV.
The objective of Street Fighter II: Champion Edition is to defeat your enemies in best two-out-of-three fighting matches. There are twelve fighters in all and twelve locations to fight in. Just like in the classic arcade game, your progress is not saved so you will have to beat this fighting game in one session. Luckily, you can play for free on this site so you won't have to dump quarters into a machine!
Street Fighter II: Champion Edition is controlled by using the keyboard. By default, the arrow keys are used to move, the S, D, and F keys throw punches and the X, C, and V keys kick. On a standard QWERTY keyboard, the power of an attack is determined by the position of the key on the keyboard, with rightmost keys being the most powerful and leftmost keys being quick, light attacks, similar to the six-button configuration of the arcade cabinet. If you recall the motions for special moves, they are also present in this fighting game!
If you were a skilled player of the arcade version of Street Fighter II: Champion Edition, the only thing that you will have to get used to is using the keyboard as a control device. If you found the original game challenging, then you will find this Flash version of the fighting game challenging as well. Dhalsim (the fourth character in the second row) might be an easy character for beginners to use. The long reach of his roundhouse kick can keep your opponent at bay. Spamming his roundhouse kick is also an effective method of defeating opponents on the initial levels of this fighting game.
Street Fighter II: Champion Edition is a spot-on recreation of the arcade game. The graphics, sounds, characters, and moves are all there and perfectly implemented. Now you can enjoy Street Fighter II without having to find an arcade that actually has a cabinet of the fighting game, digging up your old cartridge, or downloading a ROM!