Maxim: Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo HD Remix Review

Maxim: "Ever since the original game debuted in 1993, Super Street Fighter II has been repackaged more often than Star Wars DVDs. But, it's safe to say, none of those came close to the amount of production put into the sixth version, which we'll just shorten into SSF2THDR. In terms of bang for your buck, you won't get much more better than this: 15 smackaroos nets you both the new and old version of the game, a training mode, tournament modes, leaderboards, 1080p HD artwork drawn by UDON Entertainment and online and offline multiplayer that is nothing short of fantastic."

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shqype3657d ago

I'm disappointed that this game doesn't have trophies. If it did, I'd buy it in an instant. I really love the online multiplayer that they've included in this game, but it is still lacking trophy support. If they patch it in in the future, I'd be happy to pick up this game.