WorthPlaying writes: "There's getting it right, there's getting it too right, and then there's getting what was wrong and correcting it. Capcom seems to be really good at knowing which is which lately, with the slowly increasing array of remakes and revivals of positively ancient series that still maintain massive fandoms. Megaman 9's classic 8-bit graphics, Bionic Commando's beautiful restyling, and, in a great wave of sheer want from the fans, a full remake of Super Street Fighter II Turbo in the form of Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix.
To give you a clue, this game, now almost 15 years old, remains one of the more commonly played advanced tournament video games ever to have been released. Tournament play of the title represents a changing and shifting scene that has continued to go strong all this time, and the mastery of it shifts constantly and advances; some would even say that SSF2T originated serious direct-competition tournaments (as opposed to score-based tournaments, which were common with many previous games, and have their own documentary in "The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters")."