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Super Street Fighter II Turbo Videos and Trailers - PC

Super Street Fighter II Turbo
  • Publisher: GameTek
  • Genre:Fighting
  • Developer: Capcom
  • Release Date:May 1, 1995
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Animated Violence)
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Game Description:Gear up for true arcade action at home. A new phase in the legendary rivalry of the World Warriors has begun. Newcomers have joined the ranks of the Street Fighters in the hopes of becoming the ultimate martial arts champion. But there is another... An ancient foe named Akuma has surfaced to crush the battle hardened Street Fighters. His power knows few limitations. There is hope for the heroes however, as they have prepared for Akuma's arrival by learning new moves and techniques to combat this deadly new enemy. This incredible arcade classic challenges your fighting skills with all new offensive and defensive capabilities for every player. Do you have what it takes to battle your way through a world of opposition? The only way you'll ever know is to dare to play!
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