If you are a 90’s kid, Street Fighter II is the best thing you’d remember while recalling your childhood memories. The extreme fighting moves combined with those awesome hoo-hah sounds gave us something to cherish upon. For the unlucky ones who never played it, it was an arcade game with the options to choose multiple players in a single match. Although some clones were also made for the game, still it didn’t affect the SF II’s popularity.

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A Journey of 20 Years

The game made its way to our consoles and PCs some 20 years ago and we still can’t forget the golden era. Apple released its app for the game recently and we have seen the sequels of the game for the consoles too. At the time of Street Fighter II’s release, we were not much familiar with good quality graphics and the game gave us a new concept for graphics. Remember the fights you had played between Ken and Rufus? In addition to the graphics, what made the game an ideal choice for us were the sounds which almost became synchronized with our hearts and we could hear them all day long. Here’s a video for you to remember the game.

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