The playable demo was from a work-in-progress version of the Xbox 360 game and featured only two stages and two fighters for attendees to brawl with in local versus matches. Ken and Ryu were the only selectable fighters, while Ken's dock stage and Balrog's Vegas street stage were the two stages. The striking demo popped off the screen thanks to its stunningly crisp graphics that were so very clear. The redone sprites for Ken and Ryu came very close to the concept art shown for the game back when it was first announced. The pair moved smoothly and had what appeared to be the right amount of animation, which was very cool, though frankly it was a little jarring to the eye after decades of being accustomed to the original visuals. At first blush the game has the hyperclean look of a flash game, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. The revamped visuals stay true to the look of the original game and offer a bit more personality in the faces of the crowd members.