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I'm in love.
heres an animated sprite comparison from old to new that i made
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New article on IGN:
SourceMarch 13, 2008 - It's been said that there's no way to improve on perfection, but Capcom is ready to try with Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix.
Chances are you don't need a recap, but we're going to give it to you anyway. HD Remix is Super Street Fighter II repackaged, upgraded and ready to kick ass on your suped-up HD TV. All 17 of the original characters are present and accounted for along with their original game code, but HD Remix packs in 1080p art for the characters and backgrounds created by Udon Entertainment -- the folks behind the Street Fighter comic books.
The build we got hands-on time with at Capcom's Digital Day was pretty similar -- if not the exact same -- as the one we played in October. Basically, you can choose to be either Ryu or Ken and take it to your opponent in Brazil, Japan, the United States and so on with their individual jet plane, steel cage and other backgrounds. The art is super-sharp, the colors pop and the crowds look great as they cheer along.
Above all, the animation for a character going up in flames from a fireball and smoldering as he or she falls to the ground is awe-inspiring.
Of course, HD Remix is far from the exact same experience as the original. Beyond bells and whistles such as widescreen support, the choice for classic music or remixed tunes, and the option to play as the original 2D sprites, HD Remix packs a number of changes to Ken and Ryu's moves. According to a sheet at the event, Ryu now has a fake fireball, Ken's Jab Dragon Punch is invulnerable on the way up, damage has been lowered on Ken's first hit of the knee bash hold and there's a whole bunch more.
"Most of these changes just fix up various annoyances," Capcom's move sheet said.
Want more? You can play alone, play with a friend online or play with a pal offline. There are eight-player tournaments, a visible hit box, and a "Rebalanced" mode that institutes a number of changes created and tested by "top-ranked" Street Fighter players. Training mode helps you hone your skills, stats are tracked, you can chat online, up to four spectators can check out an online match, and you can even watch the action in the classic 4:3 mode.
Street Fighter fans, your day has come -- and don't forget that you'll be "automatically eligible" for the eight-week HD Remix Ryu/Ken Beta if you buy Wolf of the Battlefield: Commandos 3 on Xbox Live.
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Heh, this isnt got be excited a bit ago. But since the announcement of SF IV, i havent been bothered for this. Especially when i dont have a HD TV.
This game is going to poop all over SF IV.
I can't wait to play this.. They're changing a bit about the game I read, effin sweet. I hope they make the gameplay smoother, or alot more like thirdstrike
There will be a beta available for 360 owners at the end of the month. See below:
Via IGNSSFII HD Beta This Month
Ryu and Ken nestle within Commando 3.
by Martin Robinson, IGN UK
UK, June 12, 2008 - Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix – surely in contention for one of the most elongated monikers of recent times - will be briefly flashing its wares later this month, with a beta to be offered to anyone who buys the Xbox Live version of recently released Commando 3: Wolf of the Battlefield.
Capcom's eagerly awaited revisit to the classic fighter will go live from June 25th, though to access it you'll have to first lay down 800 Microsoft points on Commando 3, which went live yesterday and sadly was deemed merely mediocre upon its recent review. The beta will give players eight weeks in which to pit classic characters Ryu and Ken against each other on a single stage, though sadly it won't be available over the PlayStation Network.
Our US team were fortunate enough to get their hands on the game recently, so set your eyes over here to get the full rundown.
The beta is available for download now off the in-game menu. So if anyone has purchased Commando 3, and you see me playing it, feel free to drop in for an ass whopping at the hands of Ken tonight.
How is it?
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I don't know, I'm at work and have a softball game after it, so i won't be able to play until like 8PM tonight after I get home, eat, shower, and then pleasure the wife.
If you get Commando, let me know because it would be a quick run through on co-op to beat it.
This game looks sweet.
I have a quick question, and I haven't fully read through the entire thread, but a picture user_friendly posted said this was going to be released in Fall of 2008. Wiki states its coming Summer 2008.
Any for sure release date?
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