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Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix Information Blowout

Submitted by on Monday, 24 November 2008One Comment

akuma1 end final copy 300x112 Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix Information BlowoutThe day that SSFIITHDR comes out is quickly approaching us and Capcom’s Blog has been flooded with all you need to know about the game. From visuals, game options, to the general layout of the game, JimmyRey has broken down every detail worth mentioning. Sadly there is still no update as to when EU and Asia’s PSN Store will be receiving the game.

SSFIITHDR brings you the classic Super Street Fighter II along with the newly revised HD Remix version. With the option to change the sprites, music, or aspect ratio, you can create any combination of the three you wish. Want the classic sprites with a widescreen presentation? Sure it might be pixelated but it’s possible.

The game has been completely revamped with amazing 1080p graphics. Everything from the characters, to the backgrounds, to the menus has been redone. Just in case you’re not a fan of HD graphics, you can turn them off with the push of a button. These options, of course, will only effect your screen when playing online as well. Speaking of online, there have been many additions and tweaks to make it great. Players have the option to control the delay of online matches through ‘smoothing’. Also, there is a double-blind character selection. This means that you won’t know who your opponent picks until after you have picked your character.

There is plenty more material to cover such as costumes, difficulty, and game speed; all of which have been tweaked to make it a better experience overall. Of course, if you liked how insanely difficult the original was then you can switch over to Classic Mode. It seems Capcom has worked extremely hard and listened to what the fans want to deliver a great Street Fighter. Check out the blog as there is a more in depth look at all the features and it’s quite an interesting read as well.