Nintendo Life - Street Fighter II' Turbo: Hyper Fighting Review

Nintendo Life - Although many will accuse Capcom of flogging the Street Fighter license within an inch of its life, the company wasn't solely to blame for the production line of incremental updates which appeared after the release of the original Street Fighter II. Unscrupulous arcade owners would "hack" arcade boards to increase the speed of the game or make characters perform different moves, thereby prolonging player interest in the game. Capcom's hand was forced; to counter the hacked boards it released Street Fighter II': Champion Edition and Street Fighter II' Turbo: Hyper Fighting (also known simply as Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting). Of course, such releases also helped the coins to keep rolling in, so it's not like the company had much to complain about; the hacked boards effectively spurred the franchise on.

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