PSX Extreme writes: " If you're over the age of 20, then there's a huge chance that you've played at least one iteration of Street Fighter II as a kid. I, personally, played them all. Street Fighter II Turbo was one of the very first Super Nintendo games I owned, and easily one of the most replayed. Frustrations came about frequently during matches against friends, family, and hell, even the CPU. Super Street Fighter II would later grace the SNES, and then a definitive Super-Turbo version would follow for arcades, Saturn, PlayStation, Dreamcast, Panasonic 3DO, GameBoy Advance, and even the PC. Well this Fall, you can add the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 to that list, as well.
I've been looking forward to the release of Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix (longest.game.title.ever) ever since I first heard about it at the beginning of 2007. The folks at Backbone and Udon have been collectively working on the game for close to two years now, which is rather incredible for a remake. Don't let the word "remake" fool you, though, as the core of Super-Turbo HD will be the original Super-Turbo game, layered with all new HD visuals."